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Old 07-26-2017, 09:50 PM   #51
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I have the teflon insert, 6 qt. It's a Millennial special edition. On mine, the dial is marked in both temp s, but also what range (slow cooker, roast, etc.) those temps cover. I really like that it can cook at very low and very high temps, along with everything in between.
Thanks for the input. I think the thrift store is going to get a nice crockpot to sell!
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Slow cooker creamy potatoes and Kielbasa This is an easy meal to throw together the night before and turn on in the slow cooker when you get up in the morning. I actually prepare it right in the slow cooker insert and then stick in in the fridge for the next morning. It does not sound like much but it turns out wonderful. 2 lbs of Kielbasa, sliced very thin 3 lbs of potatoes cubed (I prefer Yukon Golds) 1 softened 8oz package of cream cheese 8oz of sour cream 1can cream of something soup 1 packet or 3 tablespoons of dry ranch mix 1/2 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp lemon pepper Toss everything into the slow cooker and cook on low for 6-8 hours. Its a filling an hearty meal that tastes very good. The sauce I also use on meatballs to make kind of like Swedish meatballs. Enjoy!:chef: 3 stars 1 reviews
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