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    Subbing. I need to use my SC more

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    Women's weekly slow cooker 3 book is great!
    Favs from that are lamb shawarma ( slow cooked lamb shoulder shredded) which I put in salads or in wraps.
    Balsamic roast chicken
    Lamb shank korma
    Tuscan meatballs
    So many more!

    Otherwise we have corned beef. Any curries! Apricot chicken. I use my SC.3x weekly

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    Hi girls im after recipes I can freeze as one raw so sauces and all then take out more as one pot wonder for the SC. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoteToSelf View Post
    http://kathdedon.wordpress.com/2013/...ed-pork-tacos/

    This makes soooo much, usually enough for 3 meals. The pickled onion sides are a must
    These look amazing!

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    DH usually makes pulled pork in the slow cooker. He uses a whole shoulder, so there's heaps left over. I usually freeze half of it and we eat the other half over several lunches/dinners.

    I've been wanting to use the SC more, as I've only used it to make gumbo (came out amazing) and a curry.

    Definitely getting some inspiration from here to go cook more!

    I'll find DH's pulled pork recipe and post here later, if anyone is interested. And my gumbo one.

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    Here's a simple chilli con carne (this makes a large batch which lasts us a few meals):

    1kg beef mince (we brown it first)
    800g tin diced tomatoes
    2 x sachets of chilli con carne powder
    1 x 400g tin tomato purée
    2 x tins of kidney beans, drained, rinsed

    Mix all ingredients & cook on low all day. Love it! We also add loads of fresh chilli & a little oregano (our DS won't eat it so we go to town with the chilli!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post

    I'll find DH's pulled pork recipe and post here later, if anyone is interested. And my gumbo one.
    Definitely interested in the gumbo recipe!

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    @Degrassi - yum! I'm definitely making chilli this week... With lots of chilli!!!!

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    Lasagna turns out sooo good in the slow cooker! Just brown the mince and then assemble and leave it on low all day, much tastier than oven cooked! My other fave is creamy curried chicken. Chicken breasts in the bottom of the slow cooker, mix cream of chicken soup, 2 spoons curry powder and half cup mayo and pour over. Sprinkle breadcrumbs and cheese over it. Yummy and creamy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    Here's a simple chilli con carne (this makes a large batch which lasts us a few meals):

    1kg beef mince (we brown it first)
    800g tin diced tomatoes
    2 x sachets of chilli con carne powder
    1 x 400g tin tomato purée
    2 x tins of kidney beans, drained, rinsed

    Mix all ingredients & cook on low all day. Love it! We also add loads of fresh chilli & a little oregano (our DS won't eat it so we go to town with the chilli!).
    I'm so making that this week! Can I just ask though..what brand chilli con carne sachets do you use?


 
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