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    Default Would this work...

    ...if I made it by just chucking everything in the slow cooker?

    I've got a similar recipe and can't be bothered with the fiddly steps. I was thinking of just putting all the ingredients in the slow cooker, except the noodles and coriander until the end, and making it for dinner tonight.

    What do you think?

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    I don't see why not, though maybe leave the bok choy till a bit closer to the end aswell

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