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    Default Potato bake in slow cooker?

    Can you make potato bake in slow cooker? Do you put same volume of cream milk etc as when doing in oven?

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    subscribing. What a good idea

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    Subbing, would LOVE to know

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    I have also been wondering if this is possiable

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    I don't see why not. In fact I think this would be delish and I am going to try it.

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    I haven't tried it, but I do remember reading in a thread on here that you can't put cream or yoghurt in a slow cooker. If it did work though it would be so awesome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyBic View Post
    I haven't tried it, but I do remember reading in a thread on here that you can't put cream or yoghurt in a slow cooker. If it did work though it would be so awesome!!!
    I know people who make yoghurt in the slow cooker

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    You can put cream etc in, just in the last hour or two..

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    So do you make it the same way as you would in an oven? I have a huge slow cooker (about 6L) and it says to cook the minimum liquid/filling is half, would that work for a potato bake?

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    I don't know but perhaps you could put all the ingredients in (potato, bacon, onion, whatever) and cover with vegetable stock. Then an hour out from finish put cream in.

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