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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerHeels View Post
    Isn't it pretty dangerous to use meat from frozen?

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    No
    Why would it be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
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    Why would it be.
    I was always told to make sure meat is fully defrosted before cooking as frozen meat cooks unevenly as it defrosts and can cause food poisoning as raw juices contaminate cooked meat

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    Prob not an issue in a slow cooker because it cooks for hours so every part if it is well cooked

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    I dice up a lamb shoulder, add 3 tins of tomato puree, 2 tins of whole tomatoes, loads of pepper and thyme, any veg that's nearby and cook on med for around 5 hours.. So simple, but sooooo super tasty!

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    Oh, or I pop a kilo of thighs into the SC, add a litre of apricot nectar, 2 sachets of french onion soup mix and a decent tblsp of curry powder.
    Cook on med for 6 hours..
    So yum on rice and warming for winter coming up!


    Diced rump or chuck with whole tomatoes, diced sweet potatoes, baby beans and cabbage, loads of basil and a splash of red is really good too!

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    http://kathdedon.wordpress.com/2013/...ed-pork-tacos/

    This makes soooo much, usually enough for 3 meals. The pickled onion sides are a must

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    I did a chicken and rice dish tonight.

    2 chicken breasts
    1 onion
    1 tin of cream of chicken soup
    1tbs wholegrain mustard
    1 tin of corn, drained
    2 cups of parboiled rice, cooked (I used parboiled rice so it didn't go gluggy).
    1 cup grated cheese.

    I put chicken, soup, mustard, onion in the slow cooker.
    Low 7-8hrs
    High 4-5hrs.

    Just before serving add corn, cooked rice and cheese. Heat through. Serve.

    Ds1 loved it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoteToSelf View Post
    http://kathdedon.wordpress.com/2013/...ed-pork-tacos/

    This makes soooo much, usually enough for 3 meals. The pickled onion sides are a must
    That sounds awesome Im trying it this week! Thanks for sharing

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