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Old 05-11-2012, 02:17 PM   #1
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Post some beginner crock pot recipes!

I know DyllloS has some! Bring 'em here!
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Old 05-11-2012, 02:31 PM   #2
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slow cooker, as in... a crock pot? or slow cooker as in.... you suck in the kitchen and it takes you 5 minutes to dice an onion?
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Old 05-11-2012, 02:37 PM   #3
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Old 05-11-2012, 03:38 PM   #4
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slow cooker, as in... a crock pot? or slow cooker as in.... you suck in the kitchen and it takes you 5 minutes to dice an onion?
Nothin' wrong with a crock pot!
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Nothin' wrong with a crock pot!
never said there was

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never said there was

Where were those damn hooked on phonics tapes......
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Old 05-11-2012, 06:00 PM   #8
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Slow cook 3-4 hours or like drop it in before work and leave it until you get home?
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Old 05-12-2012, 04:22 PM   #9
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Slow cooker is the technical term. Crock-pot is a brand.

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Old 05-12-2012, 04:40 PM   #10
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Italian Bombers

1 large glass jar of spaghetti sauce (use crushed red pepper and spice to suit)

1 six pack of spicy italian brats

1 Pack of brat or deli bun (larger than hotdog buns)

1 pack of Italian Cheese of your choice

Let the brats cook in the sauce for about 4-6 (or more) hours on low, be careful not to go to hot and split them, you want all the juice in them.

Once they are ready put them in the bun, pour some of the red sauce over them and add cheese, oregano and crushed red peppers to suit.

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Old 05-12-2012, 05:15 PM   #11
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Put ribs in pot. Put bbq sause in pot too. Remember to turn pot on.
Profit.
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Old 05-14-2012, 09:25 AM   #12
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it's summertime, not crockpot time. get out the grill and smoker.
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Old 05-14-2012, 09:29 AM   #13
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In FL it's always summertime. I need easy, healthy recipes that will feed me for days.
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In FL it's always summertime. I need easy, healthy recipes that will feed me for days.
ok, a great one i modified from dyllosasasysd or someone else posted on here:

2lbs chicken
large onion, chopped
jar of salsa
can of black beans
can of corn nibblets
packet of taco seasoning

whatever else you may want to add. cook 5 hours on low, then shred chicken. serve on tortillas with sour cream, jalapenos, cheese, etc.

tastes ****ing amazing!! like chicken enchiladas!
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haha I love this.

you saw my stew, and my shredded taco chicken I assume.

the stew is

3lbs stew beef
2 big sweet potatoes
bag of baby carrots
large onion
12 oz beef stock

toss in for like 8-10 hrs on low. When does stir that **** up shredding the beef and add a little flour.

for the chicken I used a few lbs of boneless chicken breast
about 8 oz of salsa
chopped jalapeno
can of black beans
can of corn
taco seasoning.

cook low 8hrs and then just shred the chicken with two forks and it will soak up all the liquid. Toss on tacos or just eat it.



Right now I just throw whatever in there. Literally any meat, veggie and spice combo tastes pretty good to me.

I'm actually going to try a whole chicken next week because I heard they come out awesome.
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I read some stuff about how certain things should not be thrown in til later in the cooking cycle etc, due to the way they break down and whatnot. Then there's things you should throw in the pan and blacken or something before you throw it in... All in all, more complicated than I thought.
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http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/

Do the cream cheese chicken. Stuff it in a flour tortilla and then pan fry it like a quesadilla...thank me later.
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I read some stuff about how certain things should not be thrown in til later in the cooking cycle etc, due to the way they break down and whatnot. Then there's things you should throw in the pan and blacken or something before you throw it in... All in all, more complicated than I thought.
yea I made chili last week and it called for browning the meat and sausage first
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I read some stuff about how certain things should not be thrown in til later in the cooking cycle etc, due to the way they break down and whatnot. Then there's things you should throw in the pan and blacken or something before you throw it in... All in all, more complicated than I thought.
Mainly used to reduce the grease in the stew/chili/soup.

So brown and drain the ground beef before throwing it in the chili.
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