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    2) Crockpot Stuffing Help

    Marmaduke
    Tue Dec 27, 2011 6:05 pm
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    I have a stuffing recipe I have been using for several years. This year, I used a new 6Qt. oval crockpot with a plastic liner in the crockpot.

    Original recipe calls for 12-14 cups of cubed bread, 2 eggs, 2cups of onions, 2 cups of celery, 1 can of chicken broth.

    So I changed it. I had 16 cups of bread cubes, 3 medium eggs, 4 cups of onion, 4 cups of celery, 1 can of chicken broth and a can of Cream of Chicken Soup.

    Calls for cooking on HI for 1 hr, then LOW for 4-6 hrs.

    At the end of 4 hrs LOW, sides of stuffing were
    black/burning.

    Is the 1 hr on HI for setting the eggs? Can I safely cut down that time to 1/2 hr? Is the liner a help or hinderence?
    Red Apple Guy
    Wed Dec 28, 2011 7:08 am
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    I use the High setting at the start just to kick-start the cook. But...I'm impatient and really have no business using a slow cooker (some would say).

    It could be that the High setting for 1 hour helps move the stuffing more quickly through the danger zone of 40 F to 140F which may have to do with the eggs.

    But, dry bread is an insulator and if the bread is not completely wet, this could contribute to the burning.

    I think the liner is a help, not a hindrance.

    So...try using the high setting for 1/2 hour and maybe pre-heat the liquids before adding.

    Red
    Marmaduke
    Thu Dec 29, 2011 12:45 pm
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    Thanks. Sorry for the delay, I'm having internet connection problems.

    I'll give it a try with more chicken stock too.
    Preheating the liquid and 1/2 hr at HI.
    Red Apple Guy
    Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:31 pm
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    Well, we're still learning here, so give us some feedback on the next try.

    Red
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