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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&Smooches View Post
    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!
    That sounds yum!

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    Subbing to hear how the tuna casserole turns out!
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    That sounds yum!
    It is smelling amazing!

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    Taste yummy. I added about 3/4 pkt of pasta and a bit of extra water. Stirred through some milk before serving so it was nice and creamy
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    Oh my goodness I am so hungry now after reading this thread! And it all sounds soooooo easy :0

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    I did porcupines in the slow cooker yesterday. I used a recipe I found on a slow cooker facebook page. Not bad even though it went against my dislike of using tinned soup. ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1421740364.837288.jpg
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    I would add that a small onion is enough and I would potentially add some herbs to it next time. I used 3 tins of soup and served it in a big bowl on top of a bed of mashed potatoes. Yummo.

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    Default Cheap/Easy slow cooker meals

    French onion chicken

    Just throw the following in SC or oven until chicken is cooked.

    Chicken thigh fillets (no skin/no bone)
    (You can use drumsticks - I prefer no bones)

    1 tin tomato soup (salt reduced)
    1 pkt French onion soup
    1/2 bunch shallots
    1/2 cup water

    Great served with a salad or mash/veg.

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    Subbing, just bought a slow/pressure cooker in one! I cannot wait to try it

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    (I cook this in bulk. It makes enough for two meals or for dinner and lunches the next few days. Halve the ingredients for single meal though.)

    12 sausages, cut into chunks
    4 large or 6 small potatos, cubed
    4 carrots, cubed
    1 tin water chestnuts, drained
    Two tins coconut cream
    1/2 tin of water
    Large tbs red curry paste
    1 onion, chopped finely
    As much garlic as one needs to fight off colds and creatures of the night (or if cooking for my household, just dump the whole jar in....)
    Cook on low for 8-10 hours. Or really whenever you remember to turn it off.

    It looks GROSS if you haven't stirred it. But tastes amazing. And it will stretch further if you eat it with rice or mashed potato. It's very, very freezable. =)

    Other one I do regularly is

    1kg chicken sans bone (can use drum sticks, just debone them first)
    800gm crushed tomatos
    Tin 4 beans mix
    Taco seasoning

    Mix it all up in slow cooker, cook on low for 8 hours or until the chicken starts falling apart. Serve on mashed potato and sammich ex.
    Not sure how well it freezes yet.
    Last edited by Jennaisme; 01-05-2015 at 22:43.


 
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