Easy thick chicken soup
2 chicken beasts diced
2 tins of creamed corn
2 puts of 2 mins noodles crushed. They will disappear and thicken soup
2 Ltd of water or stock
I finely diced onion (opt)
Chuck it all in. Cook on low for 6 hours
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08-01-2015 18:56 #14
Thanks. I'm super psyched about trying your pull-apart!!
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09-01-2015 12:43 #16
I just made your pull apart @anewme and it was lovely.
My boys weren't too impressed because of the tiny amounts of thyme and chilli powder I put in the dough but dd and I both really liked it
Need to use more bacon next time though- I only used about half of what you stated because were on a right budget this week, but it would definitely be better with lots more bacon!
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09-01-2015 16:31 #18
Ohhhh subbing for now. I got a slow cooker for Christmas!
09-01-2015 16:34 #19Senior Member
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This is my husbands favourite.
500g sausages, chopped into chunks1 tbsp. olive oil
1 large onion, diced roughly
2 carrots, sliced
1 cup of cold water
¼ cup tomato sauce
¼ cup barbecue sauce
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
35g packet French onion soup mix
~ Brown the sausages in the olive oil, and then add the onions and carrots
~ Add to your slow cooker
~ Combine the water, all the sauces, and the French onion soup mix in a measuring jug and whisk together
~ Pour over the sausages and veggies
~ Set to slow cook for 4 hours on high or 6 hours on slow.
Serve with mash and steamed green veggies or corn.
Oh except I only brown the sausages and only just enough to make them cutable lol
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09-01-2015 16:51 #20-
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Cheap and easy.....
Cheap cut steak
(chuck steak, stewing steak oyster blade).
And a jar or pouch of any sauce (stroganof, casserole, Indian, etc)
Add the required extras
And serve with rice.
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