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    Lasagna

    Use your normal recipe but make a bit runner.
    Make your mince and make lasagna with meat mixture still raw. (You can fry off the fat if you prefer but it not needed)

    Cook on low for 6 to 8 hours.

    So much easier than the normal way.

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    Just made up a chow mien.
    I cheated and used a pkt mix but even if you put your own spices in it would work.

    This what I did and made a super sized amount feed my family (4 adults 3 kids sized plus seconds) twice

    pkt mix (but you use your own spices and sauce)
    1 small cabbage
    A few carrots
    1 kg of mince
    Water
    and 1/2 of rice

    Than served with 2 min noodle mixed in at the end.

    Cooked 6 hours on low.

    The family loved it.

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    Salsa chicken

    Chicken breasts Or thighs
    Pkt of taco seasoning or make your own
    Jar of salsa
    Tin of diced tomatoes
    Half cup water

    Chuck everything in in the order listed above and cook for 6-8hrs low. By the end the chicken should shred easily with a fork. Serve over rice with sour cream or serve as tacos/nachos/burritos. Can also add tinned corn, kidney beans, capsicum etc, whatever your tastes are.

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    I made silverside yesterday.

    I covered it in a tonne of honey, added water to cover it then let it cook. So yummy! Made white sauce for the first time too.

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    I made slow cooked lamb shanks in char Sui sauce and its so easy!

    And yummy. And come to think of it, relatively cheap too

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    I made silverside yesterday.

    I covered it in a tonne of honey, added water to cover it then let it cook. So yummy! Made white sauce for the first time too.
    I love silverside/corned beef in the SC too! So tender! I use a 1.25 L bottle of ginger ale or ginger beer, dump it in the SC (doesn't have to completely cover meat) and cook on low for 6-8hrs. Can also add an onion and or cloves for a bit of extra flavour.

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    Trying a tuna casserole.
    1 large tin tuna
    1 tin corn kernels
    1 jar bechemal sauce
    1 water
    1 cup pasta
    Grated cheese.

    Will add the pasta and water about an hour before its finished.

    Fingers crossed!

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    Subbing to hear how the tuna casserole turns out!


 

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