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will leeks go soggy in slow cooker??

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simpson Wed 10-Jun-09 22:09:14

Have planned to do chicken casserole type thing in slow cooker tomorrow and have:

chicken breast (obv. grin)
sweet potatoes
chicken stock

Do I bung it all in at the same time or will the leeks be too soggy and need to go in a couple of hours after everything else iyswim??

DebbieW8 Thu 11-Jun-09 09:36:59

Hi Simpson,

I had the same question as well, I found on another thread the website MealSavers and they have a whole section on slow cooking and the do's and do nots and they also have a free PDF with 20 exclusive recipes, a few of them are for chicken!


psychomum5 Thu 11-Jun-09 09:39:15

don;t leeks go soggy when you cook them anyway??

thought that was the essence of leeks....

genuine query, as I always find however I do them they go soggy, like onions.

simpson Thu 11-Jun-09 10:30:13

well will let you know guys grin

Have just bunged it all in at the same time


psycho - just didn't want them to go so soggy they disintegrate iyswim

debbie - have bookmarked that cheers smile

psychomum5 Thu 11-Jun-09 12:17:49

ahh....I get'cha nowwink

lets hope it does as you hope then

psychomum5 Thu 11-Jun-09 12:18:14

and, that it is as tasty as it sounds

simpson Thu 11-Jun-09 13:42:00

well it smells nice so far smile

likessleep Thu 11-Jun-09 17:31:26

i'll be keen to find out how your sweet potatoes go - i've tried this and they just turned to mush in mine. thinking i may have set it too high (wasn't a major issue, as they dissolved anyway, but interested to know).

yum yum chicken casserole

simpson Thu 11-Jun-09 20:40:14

yes sweet potato seemed to have disappeared shock

Leeks were ok though smile

And it tasted yummy grin

Even got some left over for freezer...

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