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    I have a metal multi cooker (the coles one) I never use it. I prefer the normal sort that you can lift the lid or use a tea towel under.

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    I decided to do some Bacon, pineapple and cheese pull apart bread before I went to work. Seems to have been a fail at 1.5 hours as the recipe said. Left it on with dp checking on it but I think it was a flop. @LoveLivesHere what is your pull apart bread recipe?

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    Default What's in your slow cooker?

    This is a pic of the potato gem casserole I made last night:

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    I'd already served some up before I took the pic and OMG, it was AMAZING!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    This is a pic of the potato gem casserole I made last night:

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    I'd already served some up before I took the pic and OMG, it was AMAZING!!!
    I've been wanting to try this one!

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    Chicken legs in a parma sauce in mine today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    I decided to do some Bacon, pineapple and cheese pull apart bread before I went to work. Seems to have been a fail at 1.5 hours as the recipe said. Left it on with dp checking on it but I think it was a flop. @LoveLivesHere what is your pull apart bread recipe?
    I use the sr flour, water, herbs and salt recipe.

    Did you drain your pineapple really well?
    Did you reduce the water by 1/3 to1/2 because the pineapple is a wet ingredient?

    Some slower are colder/hotter than others so it might have taken longer. You may have been able to save it will 10 mind on the oven. Hard to tell without a pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    I use the sr flour, water, herbs and salt recipe.

    Did you drain your pineapple really well?
    Did you reduce the water by 1/3 to1/2 because the pineapple is a wet ingredient?

    Some slower are colder/hotter than others so it might have taken longer. You may have been able to save it will 10 mind on the oven. Hard to tell without a pic
    No I think it was the recipe. It was SR flour salt butter and milk. It was a very dense bread. It was eatable at around 2 hours cooking time (and am eating some right now ) but it definitely wasn't the light fluffy bread I was hoping for. It's not awful but not what I was looking for unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    No I think it was the recipe. It was SR flour salt butter and milk. It was a very dense bread. It was eatable at around 2 hours cooking time (and am eating some right now ) but it definitely wasn't the light fluffy bread I was hoping for. It's not awful but not what I was looking for unfortunately.
    Look for a recipe that has yeast in it if want light and fluffy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Look for a recipe that has yeast in it if want light and fluffy.
    I didn't think of that. Thank you


 

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