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    A whole chook is going mine today.
    @moosey - do you have a link to the recipe? Did you mean that you don't like big lumps of meat?

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    I am giving lamb obsession today!
    fingers crossed its nice and it works for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    A whole chook is going mine today.
    @moosey - do you have a link to the recipe? Did you mean that you don't like big lumps of meat?
    http://www.slowcookercentral.com/rec...ognaise-sauce/

    I ended up cooking the meat in the pan to get the lumps out (yeah, I meant I don't like lumps if the meat). I thought that cooking it all on the slow cooker would have been way too lumpy.

    Anyway, I've used this recipe but added heaps more veggies and a can of crushed tomato's. It smells so yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosey View Post
    http://www.slowcookercentral.com/rec...ognaise-sauce/

    I ended up cooking the meat in the pan to get the lumps out (yeah, I meant I don't like lumps if the meat). I thought that cooking it all on the slow cooker would have been way too lumpy.

    Anyway, I've used this recipe but added heaps more veggies and a can of crushed tomato's. It smells so yummy!
    I've always browned mince before adding it to the slow cooker - I know what you mean about not liking big lumps of mince, I'm the same!

    Let me know how it turns out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    I've always browned mince before adding it to the slow cooker - I know what you mean about not liking big lumps of mince, I'm the same!

    Let me know how it turns out
    I added a bit of water and the canned tomato's. I think next time I might stick closer to the recipe. It was a bit watery. I like when my bolognese sticks to the pasta! It smelt amazing though!

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    Chunky beef pie filling today

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    Dinosaur spaghetti in mine today.
    My slow cooker has worked it but off over the last weeks.

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    I just saw a recipe for slow cooker chicken fajita...oh my Lordy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosey View Post
    I just saw a recipe for slow cooker chicken fajita...oh my Lordy!
    Can you share @moosey ?!! I like the sound of that!

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    I'm not sure if this will work https://m.facebook.com/BuzzFeedVideo...55964954544378

    If it doesn't work google tasty slow cooker chicken fajitas


 

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