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    Default Using a slow cooker in summer

    I think I use my slow cooker more in summer than winter due to daylight savings. Come 6 dinners done and then can get kids bathed and in bed by 8:30. Was wondering can u cook spag Bol in a slow cooker ?

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    Default Using a slow cooker in summer

    I did the other day (just the bol part) but I didn't really like the texture of the meat. It's almost pasty/grainy.
    The taste is fine and the kids still beg for more. It freezes better than stovetop bolognese. (Or rather it thaws better).

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    Default Re: Using a slow cooker in summer

    Quote Originally Posted by Lovemyfam View Post
    I usually put in a whole chicken or a beef or pork roast and throw in some potatoes, carrots and onions cut up and season with garlic salt and all seasons salt let cook all day.

    Of I cook up some ground beef, or cut up chicken breast and throw that in with chili beans, chili seasoning, onions cut up, and kidney beans, and bell peppers and cook that all day for some good chili.
    What would you serve the chilli with? It sounds sooo yum. I want some.

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