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    I've got a beef roast on today - a peppered one from Woolies.

    We went out to the shops for an hour or so and when we came in I thought the house smelled a bit funky. Then DH pointed out it was the roast (I forgot I put it on).

    For those who are good with Simpsons quotes: "Apparently that disturbing odour WAS the food"

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    Whole chook today - first time I've tried any sort of roast meat...it almost seems too easy 😀

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    Those who have mastered the scroll recipe. I have tried twice now and the dough is too sticky... Like sticking to the rolling pin sticky.

    What can I do to reverse this? Is it extra flour or not as much yoghurt? Or can I add something? I sprinkled some brown sugar as the recipe suggested an that didn't make a difference....

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    The recipe calls for 2 hours on low. I did 2.5 hours with 20 min on high to be sure as my crock pot is older. The onions didn't didn't really cool down enough and the recipe also called for 2 tbs of mustard. It was ridiculously overpowering. We even stirred through sour cream to settle the flavors a bit, which helped but it was just awful. We threw most of it out as we just hated it.
    Good to know! Sounds terrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    I've got a beef roast on today - a peppered one from Woolies.

    We went out to the shops for an hour or so and when we came in I thought the house smelled a bit funky. Then DH pointed out it was the roast (I forgot I put it on).

    For those who are good with Simpsons quotes: "Apparently that disturbing odour WAS the food"
    I put a roast pork on before I left the house. When I got back I was sitting in the car thinking when the kids opened the front door. The overwhelming smell of yumminess just poured out. It made me so dam hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meld85 View Post
    Those who have mastered the scroll recipe. I have tried twice now and the dough is too sticky... Like sticking to the rolling pin sticky.

    What can I do to reverse this? Is it extra flour or not as much yoghurt? Or can I add something? I sprinkled some brown sugar as the recipe suggested an that didn't make a difference....
    A little More flour in the mix.sprinkle flour on surface your working on and your rolling pin too.


    It's not my favourite scroll mixture. I prefer the lemonade scone as c a base. It sweet but light and fluffy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    Whole chook today - first time I've tried any sort of roast meat...it almost seems too easy 😀
    I love whole chicken in the sc. What flavours did u use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louise41 View Post
    I love whole chicken in the sc. What flavours did u use?
    I just went with lemon, Rosemary, salt, pepper, garlic (my usual roast chook seasonings). Next time I want to try some of the recipes on Slow Cooker Central.

    What do you recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    I prefer the lemonade scone as c a base. It sweet but light and fluffy.
    I will be trying this,Ta!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbleyhorse View Post
    I just went with lemon, Rosemary, salt, pepper, garlic (my usual roast chook seasonings). Next time I want to try some of the recipes on Slow Cooker Central.

    What do you recommend?
    Yum..

    I use garlic soy sauce and honey. It's divine

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