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    OMG...JUST (Shame on me!) discovered a crock-pot...

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    trick
    Sat Jan 02, 2010 1:33 pm
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    SarasotaCook wrote:
    iLuv2cook 2 wrote:
    Let me tell you, I was missing out on A LOT! I had purchased a Rival Crock-Pot a couple of years ago and just had it in storage. The other day, I was cleaning out my cabinet and saw it was so lonely. I pulled it out and followed a recipe....it was delish! This is the third day in a row I will be using it and my family believes the recipes are getting better and better! I am so happy that I discovered this style of cooking. I like when you just dump everything in a pot and then you have dinner ready just in time for when everyone is home. Works great when you have three kids, different activities, etc to attend. Pls share with me your fav recipe for a crock-pot. BTW a Chili Recipe that is posted on Zaar is our most FAVORITE meal.


    I do like mine, I don't many casserole or that it is. However, Making stock, chicken and dumplings, I make a Thai Chicken Rice bowl I love. Beef tips in a red wine beef mushrooms sauce over noodles (you can leave the wine out), I make a chicken stew with mushrooms, asparagus and lemon, chili is great and some soups. I like the layered flavor of soups, but there are many that are very good.

    Ham, pulled pork. I stuff flank steak and pork tenderloins (I do pan sear first to brown and then add, but 8 hours later dinner.

    My friends favorites. My pork tenderloin stuffed with caramelized onions, gorgonzola cheese, pecans, figs, apricots and cranberries. Then slow cooked with fresh pears in a chicken white wine broth and then drizzled over the top of mashed potatoes and leeks. 15 minutes to stuff, 15 minutes to make the potatoes and leeks in the microwave a nice salad and crunchy bread. I won first price for this at a local contest.

    I make another with apples and pears, and pork tenderloin (not stuffed), brushed with garlic and maple syrup. The broth is chicken broth, apple cider, white wine if you want, surrounded with sweet and white potatoes and pearl onions and cremini mushrooms and just baked. Just slice and serve. Make a quick vegetable and presto.
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    QUICK NOTE: When cooking in a crock pot, the last 30-40 minutes, wrap you beans or asparagus or peas in a foil pouch and set in the crock pot. They will be done and no pots. If you have rolls, you can heat up as well. They won't brown, but will heat up. Especially fresh slices of bread. You can wrap in parchment paper too which I prefer, but either works


    Your friends favorite....well darn, share the recipe...it sounds absolutely amazing and I want to "wow" my friends too! Please post the meaurements for me. Can't wait to see what I will make this weekend...Thanks in advane
    Red Apple Guy
    Sat Dec 04, 2010 4:12 pm
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    An oldie but goodie and worth bumppin back to the top.

    Red
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