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    Easy thick chicken soup

    2 chicken beasts diced
    2 tins of creamed corn
    2 puts of 2 mins noodles crushed. They will disappear and thicken soup
    2 Ltd of water or stock
    I finely diced onion (opt)

    Chuck it all in. Cook on low for 6 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Easy thick chicken soup

    2 chicken beasts diced
    2 tins of creamed corn
    2 puts of 2 mins noodles crushed. They will disappear and thicken soup
    2 Ltd of water or stock
    I finely diced onion (opt)

    Chuck it all in. Cook on low for 6 hours
    Do you add the flavour from the 2 min noodles as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    Do you add the flavour from the 2 min noodles as well?
    Yes.

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    Thanks. I'm super psyched about trying your pull-apart!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post

    Do not leave the house with a tea towel under the lid.
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    a lady posted on the facebook 'slow cooker recipes 4 families' page tonight that her house almost burned down today because she went out whilst she was using the slow cooker with a tea towel under the lid. Apparently the only thing that saved the house was that her parents stopped in to pick some veges from her garden and smelled the smoke they called the fire brigade.

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    I just made your pull apart @anewme and it was lovely.
    My boys weren't too impressed because of the tiny amounts of thyme and chilli powder I put in the dough but dd and I both really liked it
    Need to use more bacon next time though- I only used about half of what you stated because were on a right budget this week, but it would definitely be better with lots more bacon!

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    Ohhhh subbing for now. I got a slow cooker for Christmas!

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    This is my husbands favourite.
    Sausage Casserole

    Ingredients

    500g sausages, chopped into chunks1 tbsp. olive oil

    1 large onion, diced roughly

    2 carrots, sliced

    1 cup of cold water

    ΒΌ cup tomato sauce

    ΒΌ cup barbecue sauce

    1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce

    35g packet French onion soup mix



    Method:



    ~ Brown the sausages in the olive oil, and then add the onions and carrots

    ~ Add to your slow cooker

    ~ Combine the water, all the sauces, and the French onion soup mix in a measuring jug and whisk together

    ~ Pour over the sausages and veggies

    ~ Set to slow cook for 4 hours on high or 6 hours on slow.



    Serve with mash and steamed green veggies or corn.

    Oh except I only brown the sausages and only just enough to make them cutable lol

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    Cheap and easy.....
    Cheap cut steak
    (chuck steak, stewing steak oyster blade).
    And a jar or pouch of any sauce (stroganof, casserole, Indian, etc)
    Add the required extras
    And serve with rice.

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