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Old 01-01-2008, 11:52   #1
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Who Has Slow Cooker Recipes?

I find the slow cooker very easy to use and needed some good recipes with meat, potatoes, veggies?
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Old 01-01-2008, 20:12   #2
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Recipes

Here are a couple of sites:

http://www.crockpot-recipe.net/

http://www.easycrockpotrecipes.net/

http://www.homestyle-recipes.com/

http://www.stephskitchen.com/crockpot.htm

There are lots of good recipe books out there also.
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Old 01-02-2008, 00:45   #3
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One of my favorite easy meals uses the slow cooker. Throw in some chicken breasts (frozen ok), cream cheese, and some cream of chicken/mushroom soup.

Cook for 5 hours or so. Serve on rice or noddles. Add salt and pepper to taste. This is also great as left overs
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Old 01-03-2008, 15:37   #4
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I used to make Rouladen the old fashioned way by stuffing, rolling and toothpicking the meat. Now I dump it all in the crockpot at the same time. This is a fabulous recipe!
1- 3lb lean, thick chuck or arm roast, spread all over with dijon mustard.
Add 1 Cup each:
diced raw bacon
diced dill pickles
diced onion
Stir a 1/2 package brown gravy mix into a 1/2 cup red wine.
Add all to the roast, no more liquid needed.
Cover and cook on low for 8 hours.
Serve over noodles or spaetzle.
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Old 01-03-2008, 16:00   #5
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My favorite is an English Roast, a can of Cream of Mushroom soup, a Can of Water, and a package of Lipton Onion Soup mix. Throw this in the cooker for the afternoon and you get a tasty roast with gravy.

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My favorite is an English Roast, a can of Cream of Mushroom soup, a Can of Water, and a package of Lipton Onion Soup mix. Throw this in the cooker for the afternoon and you get a tasty roast with gravy.

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I just got a crockpot from my mom for Christmas this year and I was at a loss of what to cook in it. These websites will really help.
UtahBen, is that on high or low for 5 hours? Thanks
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I now just have to find the time to get it done, with military duty and a full time job it sometimes gets over whelming.

Thanks for the sites though!!
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I just got a crockpot from my mom for Christmas this year and I was at a loss of what to cook in it. These websites will really help.
UtahBen, is that on high or low for 5 hours? Thanks
Not sure...I'll check with the wife when she wakes up.
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One of my favorite easy meals uses the slow cooker. Throw in some chicken breasts (frozen ok), cream cheese, and some cream of chicken/mushroom soup.

Cook for 5 hours or so. Serve on rice or noddles. Add salt and pepper to taste. This is also great as left overs
What I had for lunch today was leftovers of a crockpot recipe almost identical to yours... (Has some homemade ranch dressing mix (dry) thrown in along with some other stuff....
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