This is a recipe from Pillsbury's Slow Cooker Recipe book that I've altered slightly. The fennel seeds and paprika really give the tenderloin a fantastic taste! Though the Yukon Gold and sweet potatoes go great with the pork, any potato will work.
Do you want stew and don't have the time to let it cook the old-fashioned way? Well, try this recipe and I don't think you'll be disappointed.As in all my recipes, adjust the seasonings according to your tastes. The time for prepping the vegetables is included.This will serve 3 slightly hungry adults. Submitted to " ZAAR " on April 29th. 2010.
Israeli or pearl couscous makes this the best tomato soup you've had - it soaks up the soup and is delicious, without any butter or cream! Israeli couscous is found in most grocery stores, but orzo may be substituted. Adapted from Fresh From the Vegetarian Slow Cooker.
This method creates a very moist flavorful turkey breast, the low slow cooking will create juice if you want more juice just add in a can of low-sodium chicken broth undiluted although you really don't need to --- do not add in any extra salt the onion soup mix is salty enough --- for best flavor I recommend not to use previously frozen then thawed turkey breast, use fresh if possible, since every crock pot cooks differently the cooking time is only estimated, a bone-in breast will need slightly longer to cook --- see my recipe#145064
This recipe was basically a throw together dinner that turned out amazingly good. DH said it tasted just like how his Nana used to make pot roast. Even the kids loved it...definitely a keeper!
We used vegetables from our garden, surely you can adjust the kind of vegetables to your liking though!
Have not tried this yet.
The recipe says two summer squash I am not sure just how much this would be since they do vary in size so it was suggested to me that around 1 - 2 cups should be Ok and since most veggie soups are so easily mixed around with how many veggies are added. I would leave this up to a persons individual tastes
This is a favorite in my family. The jalapenos add a good flavor to the meat and it's not hot at all. Just throw it in the crockpot,go out to play and when you come home fix a couple of quick side dishes ( we have mashed potatoes and green beans) and you are ready to eat. Enjoy :-) Hint: Drain the onions from the crockpot to eat with the roast. Also thicken up the juices from the roast with a little cornstarch to make a gravy for your roast and potatoes. I found this recipe on a slow cooker website.