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    crockpot?

    A-L
    Tue Oct 04, 2005 9:49 am
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    Hi! I just posted this question in another forum before I saw this one. Iīm new here. I have seen lots of "crockpot" recipies around here. I live in Sweden and donīt know what they are or if you can get them here at all. Is there someway to cook these recipies without one? And what is it anyway? icon_lol.gif / A-L
    Shirl (J) 831
    Tue Oct 04, 2005 2:44 pm
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    most recipes that are cooked in a crockpot are set for that length of time. try to find a similar recipe for oven, if not try it in the oven on moderate heat time will be the thing you change. i have changed a few recipes to cook in the oven basically experimented and really have not messed too many things up. Maybe someone else will have more to add to this many great chefs at zaar have great tips icon_smile.gif
    Britgal
    Sat Oct 08, 2005 11:20 am
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    Untill I bought a crack pot many years ago, I would put the ingredients into a large saucepan. Make sure there is liquid in it. Top it with foil and then place the lid on. Turn the oven to about 250 and cook for 5 or 6 hours. It has a steaming and braising effect. The meat will fall off the bone.
    Be very careful of buying anything from the US as you will need a transformer to convert the current, or try to buy a model that has twin currents. I just bought a Russell Hobbs British tea kettle that is now made for the US.
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