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    I'm obsessed with becoming a slow cooking superstar now I have a decent slow cooker!
    Tonight I bought a 1.5kg hunk of blade beef (or might be topside. Can't remember)
    What would you do with it in your slow cooker?
    Please share your best recipes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    I'm obsessed with becoming a slow cooking superstar now I have a decent slow cooker!
    Tonight I bought a 1.5kg hunk of blade beef (or might be topside. Can't remember)
    What would you do with it in your slow cooker?
    Please share your best recipes!
    Are we roasting whole or cutting up so it goes further?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Are we roasting whole or cutting up so it goes further?
    I'd love to roast it whole of possible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    I'd love to roast it whole of possible!
    Of course it is.
    I personally would rub it with my favourite spices and dry roast it with potatoes, carrots, onion and a whole garlic.

    You could marinate it and pull it if you prefer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Of course it is.
    I personally would rub it with my favourite spices and dry roast it with potatoes, carrots, onion and a whole garlic.

    You could marinate it and pull it if you prefer.
    In the slow cooker? No liquid? Do I need to sear it first ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    In the slow cooker? No liquid? Do I need to sear it first ?
    No liquid. You can bake cakes, bread and scrolls etc in them too.

    I don't sear before I put one in.

    A hint any fatty roast will create a huge amount of liquid. If it does take the lid off for a while at the end to reduce it down and intensify the flavour of the liquid if your using it for gravy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    No liquid. You can bake cakes, bread and scrolls etc in them too.

    I don't sear before I put one in.

    A hint any fatty roast will create a huge amount of liquid. If it does take the lid off for a while at the end to reduce it down and intensify the flavour of the liquid if your using it for gravy.
    If it doesn't work, you might just need to move in with us! Thank you for all the advice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Was yummy! DS also demolished it so that's a win!!
    Oh yay! I'm going to have to try it this week lol. I love anything garlic! If DS demolishes it I'll be happy lol that's a win in this house as well lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Was yummy! DS also demolished it so that's a win!!
    Did you use the Chinese chicken & corn soup pkt?

    Just asking as it's one of those items I imagine might be a little hard to find (I could be wrong!)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Did you use the Chinese chicken & corn soup pkt?

    Just asking as it's one of those items I imagine might be a little hard to find (I could be wrong!)?
    Maybe its a it a cup of soup pkt. They are easy to find.

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