Any good Slow Cooker Recipies?

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Any good Slow Cooker Recipies?

Inquisitor Inquisitor
As the weather cools down, I find myself wanting to break out my slow cookers. Would anyone like to share an irresistible recipe?
11/15/2015
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TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
I like lamb shanks with whole peeled tomatoes with a good vegetable stock and lots of herbs.
11/15/2015
Vnessa Vnessa
This one is a favorite of mine. Slow cooker chicken & dumplings
link
11/15/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
I like lamb shanks with whole peeled tomatoes with a good vegetable stock and lots of herbs.
Care to share the recipe?
11/15/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Inquisitor
Care to share the recipe?
That was the recipe. Put all in one big pot and cook.
11/16/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
That was the recipe. Put all in one big pot and cook.
"Lots of herbs...", is there a numerical equivalent for this measurement? How many tomatoes? How much vegetable stock? Also, time and duration, help me out a little...
11/16/2015
Vnessa Vnessa
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Originally posted by Inquisitor
"Lots of herbs...", is there a numerical equivalent for this measurement? How many tomatoes? How much vegetable stock? Also, time and duration, help me out a little...
See if this recipe suits you link
11/16/2015
Alan & Michele Alan & Michele
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Originally posted by Vnessa
This one is a favorite of mine. Slow cooker chicken & dumplings
link
We need a "Like" button on these posts (lol). Thanks Vnessa, this looks great! I'm thinking some diced carrots and maybe some sweet peas would be good in with it too.
11/17/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
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Originally posted by Alan & Michele
We need a "Like" button on these posts (lol). Thanks Vnessa, this looks great! I'm thinking some diced carrots and maybe some sweet peas would be good in with it too.
Put it in the forum suggestion section then.
11/17/2015
unfulfilled unfulfilled
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Originally posted by Vnessa
This one is a favorite of mine. Slow cooker chicken & dumplings
link
My hubby loves chicken & dumplings but can never make them right. I may try this thanks.
11/17/2015
unfulfilled unfulfilled
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Originally posted by Vnessa
See if this recipe suits you link
So, I've never had lamb. What meat is it similar to?
11/17/2015
Kipperanne Kipperanne
I make everything in my crock pot! What kind of stuff do you like
11/17/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by Kipperanne
I make everything in my crock pot! What kind of stuff do you like
Almost anything is game. I'm not a picky eater. The foods that I stay away from are bananas, peas (all types), squash, Lima beans and mushy flavorless foods like the ones mentioned above.
11/18/2015
Kipperanne Kipperanne
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Originally posted by Inquisitor
Almost anything is game. I'm not a picky eater. The foods that I stay away from are bananas, peas (all types), squash, Lima beans and mushy flavorless foods like the ones mentioned above.
I made a beef stew the other day it was really good

1 package of beef chucks
3/4 bag of frozen baby carrots
3/4 bag of frozen pearled onions
5 all purpose potatoes cut into chunks
2 cans of beef broth
salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste
cook on low for 6 hours

once its cooked use corn starch to thicken broth

enjoy!
11/18/2015
Vnessa Vnessa
Quote:
Originally posted by Alan & Michele
We need a "Like" button on these posts (lol). Thanks Vnessa, this looks great! I'm thinking some diced carrots and maybe some sweet peas would be good in with it too.
That would be so yummy!!!
11/18/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
These all sound great! I can't wait to try one of these recipes.
11/19/2015
BlackOrchid BlackOrchid
Ohh I have one, for an appetizer. Take a package of frozen turkey meatballs, a can of jellied cranberry sauce (not with whole berries) and about a half bottle or so of barbeque sauce. Add a bit of zest from an orange. Cook for a few hours until the balls are heated all the way through and the cranberry sauce has melted all the way with the barbeque sauce. When this is all done, I like to serve them on a platter and garnish with fresh scallion.
11/19/2015
TheToyGuy TheToyGuy
We should publish a book. "EdenFantasys Guide to Sexy Slow Cooking". Free toy with every purchase.

I claim royalties if you do go with this idea.
11/20/2015
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by TheToyGuy
We should publish a book. "EdenFantasys Guide to Sexy Slow Cooking". Free toy with every purchase.

I claim royalties if you do go with this idea.
You might have to cut me in on some of those royalties .
11/21/2015
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