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    Default Silverside slow cooked recipe?

    Has anyone ever cooked a silverside in the slow cooker? Recipes please!

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    I do this every few weeks. I just put it in water with vinegar (about 1/4 cup) Brown sugar (2 tbl sp) and 2 Bay leaves. I cook for about 6 hours on low.

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    I put in 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, 1 tablespoon of minced garlic (or a clove or two) and an onion cut in half so it fits and fill until the meat is just coved. Cook on slow for atleast 6 hours

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    I normally put in the following

    1x brown onion, quartered
    1x tablespoon brown sugar
    Bay leaves
    A dozen or so peppercorns
    2L beef stock
    DH will even put in a cup of red wine.

    I then cook on low for 6-7hrs. Usually comes out delicious and juicy. (I've found the ones from Coles dry out too much. Woolies have been the best I've found).

    You can put your veggies in there too and cook a one pot wonder with potato, carrot, sweet potato, pumpkin etc.


    ETA to correct my beef stock. Realised my jug is a 2l not a 1l haha.
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    I cook on low for about 6 hours with a dash of vinegar, a whole onion, and about 3 carrots.

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    Does everyone cover their meat with liquid? I recently saw some slow cooker ones that didn't.

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    I do. If it's a bigger piece of meat I'll top up with water until just covered.

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    I would think that it would dry out too much if no liquid was added..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbasmum View Post
    I would think that it would dry out too much if no liquid was added..
    I saw a few recipes that suggested only filling it to halfway up the meat. I thought the same thing about it drying out too.


 

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