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HeadsUp Wed 12-Jan-11 20:54:37

Got a Crock-Pot nad thought I would give it a go today. But it Burnt a bit round the top edge.

Wonder what I am doing wrong??

It is the big huge 6'5lt one, so wondering if there wasn't enough in pot, normal 4 portion chicken casserole. On high for 5hrs.

But I know you don't have to cover it all with liquid so ????

Any other tips on slow cookers or Crock-Pots most welcome.

mollymax Wed 12-Jan-11 20:56:48

I always cook on low.
Do not add much liquid, as no evaporation.
I have never had anything burn.
Mine too is a huge one.

Catsmamma Wed 12-Jan-11 20:59:00

I have a 6.5l one too and i find on high you can get a casserole done in 3-4 hours

I tend to use that setting for stuff shoved in at lunchtime, otherwise on low if you have more time.

HeadsUp Wed 12-Jan-11 21:05:53

Maybe I need to stick to low for stuff like that then, only had 5 hrs max so wasn't sure if that would be enough on low.

notapizzaeater Wed 12-Jan-11 22:38:19

The "Crock-Pot" slow cooker cooks really really hot much hotter than any of my other ones. Low should be high enough ....

HeadsUp Wed 12-Jan-11 23:03:11

Ah right so would five hrs on low be Ok for a chicken casserole??

notapizzaeater Wed 12-Jan-11 23:05:14

Yes - low on these still bubbles away grin

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