Brisket. trim the fat, dump it into the crockpot with your favorite barbecue sauce and an extra 1/2 - 1 cup water. let it cook all day. that stringy sucker is tender and ready to eat with veggies, potatoes, rice, pasta......
Fitness Minutes: (6,406)
1,329 10/24/12 7:30 A
Yesterday I thru 6 chicken breasts in a crock pot with 2 cans rotele, 1 can green chillies, onion and tac seasoning... Was good and I shredded the left overs for enchiladas today. Amazing recipe found on spark people called Shellys sour cream enchiladas. Good luck and have a wonderful day :)
Lb of beef stew, 3 or 4 potatoes, chopped, fresh mushrooms of your choice, cut into smaller pieces, 1 can of cream of mushroom soup, 1/2 cup of red wine (optional, I actually used white myself). Put on low for 8 hours. Great with bread or buns to soak up the slop.
Fitness Minutes: (17,680)
3,457 10/23/12 6:02 P
The crockpot is well used in my house all year round. I have modified many recipes to cook in the crockpot, by favorite is chicken stew and dumplings - I do not have a recipe for it as I just throw things in the pot and let them cook for 8 hours, then I make a gravy and cook on high for a half hour.
Fitness Minutes: (26,229)
1,254 9/30/12 1:23 P
I work full time and it's just me and my husband at home. He's on a limited diet for heart reasons. I would love to find great recipes to fix while I'm at work...crock pot cooking is definetly for me! Any suggestions?
The Salsa Chicken from SP recipes is wonderful! My own recipe is a lb of lea ground round (93% is best) potatoes, carrote,celery and onions, cover with 2 cans of stewed tomatoes. It is almost like meatloaf, but without the prep time & hassle.
Fitness Minutes: (5,526)
362 9/22/12 7:22 P
Brown a roast (you decide whether beef or pork) Place in crock pot with 2 small new potatoes per serving. Then clean and chunk LOTS of carrots, celery, onion, and cabbage. Onions go on the meat, then celery, carrots, and cabbage on top.
Add about 1 cup water. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours, or low for 6 - 8 hours. I test my meat with a meat thermometer.
i usually set this up in the evening before the kitchen is put to bed, and cook the meal overnight. When I was working, I'd get up and pack my hot lunch in a wide-mouth thermos and put the remainder in a shallow storage container. Then I'd get ready for work, and pop the cooled container into the refrigerator just before I went out the door.
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3 9/10/12 10:24 P
Just got a new crock pot and I would love to hear all your healthy recipes :) Thanks!
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