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    Corned beef
    beef roast
    beef korma
    any beef casserole
    sausage casserole

    My favs for the slow cooker are salsa chicken and butter chicken but they really only need to cook for 4ish hrs.

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    Chili con carne is a fav here for the slow cooker but I cook mince in fry pan before hand and then mix everything together and let it simmer on low all day

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    Enchilada chicken

    2 chicken breasts
    1 bottle of enchilada sauce
    Paprika, cumin, oregano (or taco seasoning mix)
    2 cups of cheese

    Let cook for 8 hours or until chicken is falling apart.

    When done, lay out tortilla wraps in a baking tray, add chicken filling. Fold wraps, top with enchilada sauce and cheese.

    Family LOVES them!!! Such a hit.

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    Subbing as I just bought a slow cooker. Never used one before so definitely need the ideas. Thanks

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    Pea & Ham soup

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    Would people please post some of these recipes, they sound yum. My slow cooker is 5L.

    Thanks

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    Minestrone soup

    500g of diced chuck steak
    cut up vegies (potato, onion, carrot, swede, parsnip etc)
    a can of diced tomatoes
    a can of 5 bean mix
    a couple of cloves of garlic
    fresh parsley chopped
    a couple of beef stock cubes
    I add some tube pasta about 15-20 mins before it's done as it's gross and soggy if you put it in at the start

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    Silverside is super easy

    I pour in a heap of boiling water (but since you have a 9 hour wait you may get away with normal temp water) some cloves and cinnamon (only a little bit) then pop the silverside in. Make sure it's covered with water.

    For a roast, I put some fresh garlic, ground sea salt and red wine in the bottom (maybe a cup?) then pop the roast beef in. Comes out amazing and tender.

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    So I've put tomorrow's slow cooker already prepared in the fridge. I did beef, potatoes, turnips, carrots, zucchini, mushrooms. I put in some vege stock, curry powder and pepper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen2010 View Post
    I too do it once a week on the busy day. My go to meal is usually a spag bol with a tin of lentils. I put the meat (turkey pork or beef) in frozen - keeps it going for that extra hour or so, just needs a good stir, I mix it up with potato masher before serving.
    Isn't it pretty dangerous to use meat from frozen?

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