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what's your 3 fave things to cook in your slow cooker?

(22 Posts)
ilovegarlic Thu 24-Sep-09 14:20:57

3 or more

rubyslippers Thu 24-Sep-09 14:21:29

spag bol
steak and ale pie filling
sausage casserole

LunarSea Thu 24-Sep-09 14:23:15

pork in cider
beef in ale
coq au vin

can you spot the patterngrin?

ilovegarlic Thu 24-Sep-09 14:25:40

coq au vin - how/what do you put in

shinyshoes Thu 24-Sep-09 14:29:03

chilli con carne
beef casserole
whole chicken

ClaireDeLoon Thu 24-Sep-09 14:38:50

this recipe for chorizo and belly pork
chilli
chicken in white wine

weegiemum Thu 24-Sep-09 14:40:21

Chicken and Pesto casserole

Irish Stew

Chicken Tikka Masala

Risotto.

Sausages in Red Wine Casserole

ilovegarlic Thu 24-Sep-09 14:50:53

ohh chicken tikka masala - how do you do this please?

PestoLovelyMonster Thu 24-Sep-09 14:56:57

chicken chasseur
beauf bourgignon
lamb tikka masala
lamb shoulder in red wine sauce

weegiemum Thu 24-Sep-09 15:00:43

Chicken breasts
Loads of onions
Masala sauce (from a recipe an indian friend gave me)

Cook for about 4-6 hours.

Makes the flavours amazing.

You could probably do it with a ready made sauce eg tub or jar.

I will dig out my recipe if you want it btu not today - am signing off now as waaaay too busy!

ilovegarlic Thu 24-Sep-09 15:00:52

recipes how to do please?!

ilovegarlic Thu 24-Sep-09 15:02:29

yes please please post when you have time sounds lush!

janeite Thu 24-Sep-09 19:06:41

Veggie chilli
Lentil soup

Need to dust if off and get using it again, actually.

alypaly Thu 24-Sep-09 19:10:49

bbq chicken

fry chicken til browned
sweat onion
add loads of tommy k
2tsp mustard
4tbsp tomato puree
1tbsp vinegar
1 dessert spoon of brown sugar

put all together in slow cook and leave to cook.
Add some chilli sauce if you want it spicey

Gateau Mon 28-Sep-09 14:28:51

Are you supposed to fry everything first, before putting it all into the slow cooker? Someone on another thread said she doesn't brown anything first (except mince) but all the recipes I have read said you do need to.

MyNameisJane Tue 29-Sep-09 18:41:01

I think you need to soften the onions first - otherwise the dish tastes bitter and you have hard bits of onion.

TheArmadillo Tue 29-Sep-09 18:48:55

ratatouille (sp?) with a pot roast joint of beef on top

ham

did a lovely sausage and bean casserole this week

mostly either do

meat with red wine/root veg (precooked a bit), onions, garlic, rosemary

or
meat with peppers/onions/garlic/tinned tomatoes/spices

I did stuffed chicken breasts in there that were lovely.

jenk1 Wed 30-Sep-09 11:59:18

does anyone cook pasta in theirs?

i read somewhere (cant remember tho duh) about cooking it but i cant get my head around it,surely it would be too mushy?

Squishabelle Wed 30-Sep-09 12:05:01

The Sunday roast
Any type of soup
Curries etc

queenofdenial2009 Wed 30-Sep-09 12:37:07

weegiemum, please tell! How do you make risotto in a slow cooker and does it taste the same as stirring it (I don't think oven baked risotto is anything like real risotto).

That chorizo and pork belly recipe looks amazing.

MyNameisJane Wed 30-Sep-09 20:11:33

Have you seen the tip of the day? grin

bacon Wed 30-Sep-09 21:04:01

I would brown all meat first as its stays pink and doesnt look appealing especially sausages and pork.

I generally use the electric oven now as it has a timer. I liked the slow cooker but found it could be quite watery.

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