This simple recipe was found in the Fix-It and Forget-It: Our Best Slow-Cooker Recipes 2009 cookbook. Preparation time does not include the 10 minutes needed for the cooked meat to stand before slicing. Cook time, for me, was around 5 1/2 to 6 hours at the most!
Here's a great recipe from my sister-in-law. She makes it for us everytime we go up to visit. It is so great to come in from a full day of sight-seeing to a house that smells so good! Now when I make it I freeze the extra for easy leftovers.
A Sandra Lee recipe that was featured in my son's school fundraising food co-op pamphlet. A nice twist using beef cubes instead of chicken. The sauce is a thin sauce; great served over egg noodles, rice or with mashed potatoes.
Probably more cobbler than pie, but whatever it is.....it is AMAZING. I love making this when we have company, because it makes the house smell wonderful. It is a great dessert at the Holidays, because it doesn't take up oven space when you have so many other things to cook. It is great with fresh whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
These are simple and taste great with a side of mashed potatoes and gravy. Got the recipe off the Internet and revised it a bit to fit my tastes. We make this "comfort food" quite a lot during the colder months.
Ono is Hawaiian for tasty. My friend, Sharon, always takes this to potlucks at work. She also brings copies of the recipe because people always ask for it. I'm generally not a barbecue fan, but I really enjoy this recipe. It is great on buns or over rice.
The only prep work is a little chopping--the crock pot does the rest and in only a few hours. No broccoli or cheese (unless you want to add them, but it doesn't need it). I double the curry powder since we have strong palates.
This is a good recipe to use when you have company and are using the oven for other cooking. This is done in 1 1/2 hours to 3 hours tops. I entered 2 hours as the cooking time because the description won't let you put in 1/2 hour times.
This makes some of the best hot sandwiches. Delicious, deeply flavored beef with rich aujus for dipping. Put it together in the morning and come home to a great meal! We like it with a green salad and some chips on the side. I'm not sure where this came from- maybe the food network or some magazine. The left-overs(if there are any) freeze well. Thaw, thicken the aujus and add any remaining meat and serve over rice or noodles.