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    Water.

    My poor old slow cooker has worked too hard lately and needs a deep clean. I found stains on the bowl that I can't seem to scrub off and aren't visible until the bowl is completely dry. How do you all deep clean your slow cookers? I'm hoping water for a few hours on high will do the job... Or am I wrong?

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    I don't have a ceramic anymore but a lot people swear by a dishwasher tablet overnight

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    I don't have a ceramic anymore but a lot people swear by a dishwasher tablet overnight
    Ok I will try that should this try fails. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Finally gonna chime in instead of just reading along lol. I made lamb obsession with chicken the other day (we aren't lamb eaters in this house) and oh my god! Dp and DS ate heaps! There was plenty so I froze it and Dp took the leftovers to work. Will become a regular here!
    Did you use chicken thighs or breasts?

    I'm normally not much of a lamb fan myself, but will happily tuck into lamb obsession because of the full flavour and texture of the meat.

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    Default What's in your slow cooker?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Did you use chicken thighs or breasts?

    I'm normally not much of a lamb fan myself, but will happily tuck into lamb obsession because of the full flavour and texture of the meat.
    I really want to try it with lamb but Dp is a fussier eater than a toddler. It's like I feed 2 toddlers in this house.

    I used breasts. I'm not a massive fan of thighs. I know a lot of people prefer thigh cause it has more flavour (that's my dads reason anyway) but I usually make everything with breasts. Worked really well. So tender. I cut it up into small chunks.

    I did also use chicken soup instead of mushroom. I will try the mushroom next though. Dp was doing shopping that day and if he saw that on the list he wouldn't of picked it up lol

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    Mongolian beef today

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    Chicken madras curry!

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    Just curious do u all leave ur slow cooker on and go out during the day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Just curious do u all leave ur slow cooker on and go out during the day?
    Yep. It is designed to used that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Just curious do u all leave ur slow cooker on and go out during the day?
    Yes I do too. I leave it on the kitchen bench away from the wall and anything else.


 

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