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    A pull a part now and lasagna later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    A pull a part now and lasagna later.
    Pull apart. It was just missing that zing as I had no tomato paste. It so much nicer with it.
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    Just got a brand new 5.5L Sunbeam Electric Slow Cooker. Trying out Lamb Obsession today for the first time ever.

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    The Lamb Obsession was really good. I used diced lamb, and it almost fell apart when I bit into it. It could have used a bit more Worcestershire sauce and mint sauce; and maybe some other seasoning, but not bad for a first attempt.

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    How do u make the pull apart in a slow cooker?

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    That one is a super dense bread with with bacon and pineapple and he's and spices in it. But you could do and thing you like. I love a caramelised onion and cheese one too. Hubby like a more supreme type one.
    It flour water salt recipe.
    There is yoghurt and flour or one butter that you tub in or whatever base you prefer.
    I use that one when I want it on in 2 mins.

    Always line your slow cooker with paper. To make easy to pullout.
    You can do scrolls/shapes and pushed to together for a more pull a apart look if your lazy like me just work the ingredients through and cook a one long retangle.
    I cook it on high for a hour or 2 depending on the slow cooker. Sometimes I chuck in over for a few mins if I want a super brown top like that one.


    I do cakes and other baking in them too.

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    Nothing!! Warm weather has arrived so the slow cooker has been packed away until next winter

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    Creamy chicken cabanara

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    Roast lamb

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    I made chocolate fudge for the first time today - turned out great!

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