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    Crock Pot Chowders

    Sat Nov 02, 2013 12:09 pm
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    There is nothing like a good chowder on a cold winter's night... and a chowder made in a crock pot tastes that bit better as the time it takes helps the flavors to really blend together.

    Crock-Pot Potato Chowder
    Crock Pot Mushroom, Barley & Parsley Chowder
    Hearty Black Bean Chowder - Crock Pot

    Some ingredients stand up to, and benefit from, longer cooking times more than others. All of these can be added at the very start of cooking.
    • Vegetables - Onions, root vegetables like potatoes and carrots, winter squashes, tomatoes, celery, cauliflower, and broccoli
• Meats - Lean cuts from the shoulder and rump of beef, lamb, goat, pork, whole chickens, chicken thighs, and chicken legs
• Spices -
    Most spices can and should be added at the beginning of cooking, though I find that rosemary can become bitter over the longest cooking times and is best added at the end.

    Turkey and Barley Chowder (Crock Pot)
    Slow Cooker Clam Chowder
    Creamy Corn-Potato-Ham Chowder (Crock Pot)
    Manhattan-Style Crock Pot Clam Chowder
    Weight Watchers Crock Pot Potato Chowder

    These are quicker-cooking ingredients that wouldn't hold up over hours of cooking and add some fresh flavor to a slow-cooked dish. Add all of the following ingredients in the last 30-45 minutes of cooking.
    • Vegetables - Softer vegetables like peas, corn, bell peppers, and spinach. 
• Meat - Chicken breast, fish, and other seafood.
    Pantry Items - Rice, noodles, and other grains. You can add these already cooked, though uncooked grains are helpful for soaking up excess liquid and it makes them more flavorful. Beans can cause some debate; personally, I like to add them at the end of cooking so they retain some firmness, though they can be added at the beginning if that's easier for you. 
• Dairy products - Milk, yogurt, sour cream, cream cheese. Coconut milk is also best added at the end.

    Please share your ideas, tips and recipes that you have.
    Sun Nov 03, 2013 5:57 pm Groupie
    I LOOOVE this one. I don't do Weight Watchers and I still love it. Weight Watchers Slow-Cooker Cheeseburger Soup
    Mon Nov 04, 2013 3:31 pm
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    *Parsley* wrote:
    I LOOOVE this one. I don't do Weight Watchers and I still love it. Weight Watchers Slow-Cooker Cheeseburger Soup

    saved thanks parsley. you know the best ever Chowder I had a few years back was on San Fransisco on one of the wharf's, it was to die for and served in a scooped out massive bread bun.... oh my I it makes me hungry just thinking about it!
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