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No prep, meat free slow cooker recipes needed please

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mckenzie Mon 29-Jan-18 18:28:21

We are between kitchens. We have use of a microwave and a slow cooker.
All my favourite slow cooker recipes require frying off onions, garlic and so on.
I’m after any recipes where I can quite literally just chuck everything in the slow cooker and walk away.

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Rayna37 Mon 29-Jan-18 19:30:34

I rarely fry off anything before chucking in the slow cooker. I rarely even brown meat first. The difference is so marginal. You'll be fine to carry on as normal.

EggsonHeads Mon 29-Jan-18 19:31:18

Maybe something like Dahl?

Bubblysqueak Mon 29-Jan-18 19:34:12

Not sure if you hve a freezer but my favourite at the moment is chickpea and butternut squash curry.

Frozen bag of butternut squash
Tin of chickpeas
Tin of coconut milk
Jar tikka masala
Frozen onions.

Throw them all into slow cooker and cook.

mckenzie Mon 29-Jan-18 19:58:00

Thank you
I do still have a freezer thankfully albeit in the garage smile
The squash curry sounds fab.
I’m craving lentils just now if anyone has an easy slow cooker lentil throw in dish.

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pickleofficer Mon 29-Jan-18 20:00:55

I did what bubblysqueak said, but with sweet potatoes and red lentils as well. It's lush.

And of course, soup.

Bubblysqueak Mon 29-Jan-18 20:05:02

Chickpea and lentil curry (but cooked in a slow cooker)

Frozen onions
Tin of chickpeas
Tin of tomatoes
Red lentils
Vegetable stock
Curry powder or cayenne pepper.
And any random veg you have, particularly nice is brocolli and frozen spinach ( I like to use up all of the odds and ends in the freezer.)

Bubblysqueak Mon 29-Jan-18 20:06:41

If your happy using jars (so much easier when you don't have a kitchen)

Quorn Rogan josh is nice.
Jar Rogan josh
Frozen butternut squash
Frozen onions

FellOutOfBed2wice Mon 29-Jan-18 20:07:13

Another one who doesn’t fry stuff off. Chuck it all in, it’s fine!

mckenzie Mon 29-Jan-18 20:35:53

Thanks very much one and all

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mckenzie Tue 30-Jan-18 19:46:43

Guys, I might not a very confident cook; please may I trouble you for rough idea of quantities?

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Sunbeam18 Tue 30-Jan-18 19:51:25

These sound fab!

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