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    No high setting on slow cooker

    angelicgirl2000
    Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:45 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I have just brought my first slow cooker.

    It's a 5 in 1 appliance with slow cooking, pressure cooking, rice cooker, soup and warming setting.

    I have done my first casserole in it (red wine and beef which was fabulous) but as I look through slow cooker recipe books, many of them tell me to put certain recipes on for x number of hours on high before dropping it to low - my slow cooker choice does not have a high or low setting... what should I do? Double the high setting hours or just not use a recipe requiring high setting cooking?

    What do people with no choice in temperature setting during slow cooking do?
    duonyte
    Wed Oct 10, 2012 9:00 am
    Forum Host
    That's odd that there is no high setting, although I supposed with multiple purposing such as you describe, somtehing had to go. I imagine you could use a stewing function on the cooker for about an hour, or simmer in a pot on the stove for 30 minutes or so and then transfer to your cooker.

    Check the website of the manufacturer - there may be a FAQ or forum that discusses how to handle.
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