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Old 10-11-2011, 02:38 PM   #41
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wow, some good old names and recipes in this thread.

my crock pot most requested are my split pea soup with ham (using up leftover ham bone from the previous days roast), sacriligeous spicy vinegar pulled pork (no bark, so don't bite), french lamb neck stew, and pork rib end roast with apple and butter gravy.

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Old 10-11-2011, 04:18 PM   #42
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I love to use the crock pot for buttermilk chicken. But, the recipe I wish I could find again (I made it once, a photocopy out of a friend's cookbook, but she has almost as many as I do, so finding it will be next to impossible--I might find it someday), was Norwegian Fisherman's Stew. This had a beef base, round steak/stew meat, carrots, onions, anchovies, and I can't remember what else. It was to die for! I seem to remember it was in a Horizon's series...I can see the "border" on the page, but I can't remember much else other than it sounded good, I made it it in the crockpot and it was flipping good.

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Old 10-11-2011, 04:39 PM   #43
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The last thing I made in mine was some store bought meatballs 2 jars of alfredo sauce 3 cans of mushrooms and a bag of sun-dried tomatoes. I have made this in our RV on several occasions. It is easy/tasty and holds well. We usually make it if we are going to be away all day and don't want to worry about having to be home (at camp) at a certain time. Some pre-cooked penne on hand makes it even easier.
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Old 10-11-2011, 07:00 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by kulikuli View Post
my own are: Boeuf Bourgignon, Chili con Carne (without beans), Rogan Josh (curry made with either lamb or beef, marinated in yoghurt), German Sauerbraten.
would love the lamb rogan josh recipe ..... please?
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Old 10-11-2011, 09:21 PM   #45
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Originally Posted by gabagoo

would love the lamb rogan josh recipe ..... please?
These are names I'm not familiar with, some of the other forum folks will remember them. Chances are you may not get a response, as the poster may no longer be on the board.

Some lovely recipes though!
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Old 10-12-2011, 11:02 AM   #46
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I call this my Polish One-Pot Luck.

I rinse a bag or container of fresh sauerkraut (Homemade is best) by putting it in a large bowl, covering with water, then quickly into a collander and into the slow cooker, topped with a scattering of caraway seeds and a touch of garlic powder and onion powder. I follow that with sandwich-length kielbasa and/or hot dogs (for the kids), and top it all off with frozen pierogies (any type or kind work). I set the cooker on High and wait as long as I can hold out before digging in... On the side I saute' some sliced onions in butter, for topping the pierogies, and sliced rolls for the kielbasa and hot dogs. Ketchup, mustard and horseradish round out the table.
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Old 10-12-2011, 11:28 AM   #47
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I think I have posted this one before...it is still a favorite:
2 2 1/2 to 3 pound ready to cook broiler fryer chicken cut up
1/4 cup all purpose flour
2 tablespooons cooking oil
1 6 ounce can frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
2 tablespoons brown sugar
3 tablespoons catsup
1 tablespoon vinegar
2 tablespoons cold water
2 tablespoons cornstarch
Hot cooked brown rice

Combine the flour with salt , coat chicken thoroughly. Brown chicken pieces on all sides in hot oil (IRON SKILLET), Transfer to crock pot. Stir together the lemonade,brown sugar, catsup and vinegar pour over chicken.

Cook high 3 to 4 hours. Serve chicken over brown rice. Makes 6 servings.

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Old 10-12-2011, 12:02 PM   #48
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Originally Posted by Aria
"Aria's Crock Pot Lemon Chicken"
Thank you Aria! This looks absolutely delicious! I've put it into my "Personal Recipes Cookbook, in MasterCook.
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Old 10-25-2011, 01:11 PM   #49
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Rotisserie Chicken (Crockpot)

Originally Posted by mcnerd View Post
Rotisserie Chicken is good with the Aluminum thingies too.

Rotisserie Chicken (Crockpot)

Serving Size : 4
Preparation Time :0:10

1 roasting chicken -- (choose one that will fit into your crock pot comfortably)
Lawry's Seasoned Salt
4 pieces aluminum foil -- (4-5) rolled into balls

Crumple up 4-5 foil pieces into balls, or wrap potatoes in foil and place at bottom of crock pot. This will keep the chicken from sitting in it's juices and will make it roast not boil. Plus, if you do it w/ potatoes, you just have to throw together a salad and you're done.

Rinse chicken and pat dry w/ paper towels. Sprinkle all over generously w/ seasoned salt.

Place on top of foil balls in crock pot or on the foil covered potatoes.

Cover and cook on HIGH (very important), for 6 hours or until chicken is done.
Do you peel the potatoes first or wrap them in the foil un-peeled?
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Old 11-22-2011, 01:08 PM   #50
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Slow cooked Moroccan Lamb

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Slow cooked Moroccan lamb shanks- to die for!
Hey Sadie,

I am brand news to the forum and was looking through slow cooker recipes and saw your suggestion for the slow cooked Moroccan lamb shanks!! that sounds so amazing!
How would I go about doing that?

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