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Hopz 10-04-2006 05:44 PM

Dry Cooking in a Crock Pot
 
I have houseguests and yesterday I made a pot roast in the crockpot.

We all thought it was pretty good. They said they were going to get one too. I was looking at some recipes for them to use and I ran across one that said I could cook a pork shoulder in the crock pot- dry.

This seem right to you all? :pig: ?

Any other things to dry cook in one?

Experience, facts, conjectures all welcomed...

kitchenelf 10-04-2006 05:58 PM

The fat from the shoulder will create enough juice. By the time it's cooked the juice will be half-way up that baby!!!! I like to cook mine to the point of falling apart, which can take 10 - 12 hours depending on the size of the pork roast.

Crockpot cooking can be very addictive!!!!!!

I had the BEST chocolate cake/type dessert cooked in a crockpot.

Hopz 10-04-2006 06:44 PM

Chocolate Cake in a crock pot???

crewsk 10-05-2006 04:21 PM

Hopz, here's a link to a chocolate cake that I make quite frequently in the crock pot https://www.discusscooking.com/forums...Chocolate+Cake

skilletlicker 10-05-2006 06:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hopz
I was looking at some recipes for them to use and I ran across one that said I could cook a pork shoulder in the crock pot- dry.

This seem right to you all? :pig: ?...

I've never started dry but I have browned pork butts or chuck roasts in a large pot, poured off the fat, deglazed the pot with water, stock, beer, or wine and used only the deglazing liquid in the crock pot.


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