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So, I have a slow cooker and I have done diced beef...

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mckenzie Wed 28-Nov-12 13:10:11

And some carrots and potatoes. Does anyone have a nice recipe please that I can do tomorrow morning?

LulaPalooza Wed 28-Nov-12 13:18:05

Do you like spicy food?

mckenzie Wed 28-Nov-12 13:35:34

DH and DS and I do but DD not so much

dreamingofsun Wed 28-Nov-12 14:38:08

curry is always good stand-by - maybe korma? Pattack's paste, tin of toms, chutney, stock pot (no water), chopped onion, maybe apple, sultanas and some meat.

or baked beans, glug of white wine, tom sauce, oregano or mixed herbs, garlic, and either sausages, chicken or pork. and sliced onion. and diced bacon lardons if you have them. fry sausages first. add cornflour mixed with water towards the end if runny.

mckenzie Wed 28-Nov-12 14:43:55

sorry, title was supposed to say 'I have diced beef'!!

LulaPalooza Wed 28-Nov-12 14:48:14

I was going to suggest a curry. You could keep it relatively mild?

tasmaniandevilchaser Wed 28-Nov-12 14:52:35

Beef in Guinness, yum! Let me know if you want a recipe, it's on one of my threads from about two mths ago

dreamingofsun Wed 28-Nov-12 15:04:46

in that case curry, or beef in beer or red wine (with onions/garlic/veg, stock pot) and thickened with cornflour or mild chilli. Or do stew type mix and then top with puffed pastry for a pie

Bongaloo Wed 28-Nov-12 15:14:53

Stew - with dumplings

Toss your beef in flour fry til browned & put in slo-cooker.
Fry onions stir in a bit more flour, add carrots potatoes & stock.
Bring to boil. Put in slo cooker.

high - 4-6 hours
or low - 7-9 hours

About an hour before it's ready mix 100g SR flour, half tsp salt, 50g suet with a few spoons of water to mix to a dough.
Shape into 8 balls - add to casserole.

mckenzie Wed 28-Nov-12 23:03:15

thanks guys. I'm going to try tasmaniandevilchaser's beef in guinness as I'm anaemic so the guiness might do me good.

tasmaniandevilchaser - I found you older post. thank you. I'm going to try it int eh slow cooker though. fingers crossed.

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