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Cajun Seasoned Chicken in the CP-----boneless, skinless chicken thighs, Cajun seasoning, bell pepper, celery, onion & can chopped tomatoes. Will eat over rice after church & have tossed green salad.

I love my CP on Sunday mornings!


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garbage soup: freezer remnants of veggies, broth and fresh broccoli and celery with french onion soup powder

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DH & I both liked the chicken dish cooked in the CP. I used 3 chicken breasts instead of 4 & substituted chicken broth for the wine. We had 2 meals on this & some leftover so this would adjust the caloric count down a little. Will fix this again.

"Jennie's Heavenly Slow Cooker Chicken" ---- recipe found on www.allrecipes.com.

NOTE: I put the entire recipe in the "New recipe" category on this site.

Edited by: DFROMTX at: 6/14/2012 (07:43)

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Cooking chicken breasts in CP with "Jennie's Heavenly Slow Cooker Chicken" recipe found on www.allrecipes.com. Will come back tomorrow with my analysis of this dish, but I liked the ingredients.


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Dump chicken:

Chicken leg quarters with a can of cranberry on top.

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After cooking them all day, my Southwest Bean Crunches (recipe fro the Bean forum/topic) were done and I am happy with that recipe. Next time I will make sure that I season them even more generously as I didn't measure, just shook on the spices.
Today, I will be eating left-over bbq pulled pork.
Love my CP!

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6/6/12 11:56 A

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I love dump chicken---it's one of my "go-to's". emoticon
Thanks for the update, Deanna--I think that's on the agenda for this weekend.
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Dump chicken:

Chicken leg quarters and BBQ sauce to make pulled BBQ chicken.

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SOMOMOM: The rotisserie chicken turned out great. Used some of the leftovers to make chicken salad sandwiches!

Today I put some venison steaks (browned first) in the CP with can of cream of mushroom soup, & beef broth. Will have these for lunch over mashed potatoes.


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stewed rhubarb in the crock pot last night and today I'm cooking pork tenderloin

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Love bok choy!

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5/21/12 11:46 A

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I have turkey breast in the CP today with a butter/lemon sauce. Will add fresh herbs when I get home tonight. I have fresh bok choy and arugula to make a tasty stir fry to go along with it.

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this afternoon I am going to use the cp to cook a bag of chicken breasts. I will just use a bit of liquid to sort of poach them so that I can add the more intense flavor when I use them in various dishes ( e.g. bbq, cream sauce, stir fry).

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These do sound good. Deanna, how did the rotisserie chicken turn out?

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Yum YUM Y-U-M LYNETTEMOM and SILVERSTASH! Sounds soooooooo good!

Deanna come swing by North Carolina and I'll be glad to feed you, you're invited!

I'm making "Dump Chicken" tonight, for Sunday dinner tomorrow. There are many ways of making it; some of my favorites are chicken plus a can of cranberry sauce, or chicken plus BBQ sauce, or chicken plus lemon pepper seasoning.

Today I'm making chicken plus buffalo sauce.
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I'm using leg quarters I previously bought on sale in a 10lb bag and deskinned and froze individually; plus buffalo sauce from Dollar Tree dollar store (I prefer Texas Pete Buffalo or Frank's Buffalo but don't have any right now).

Will serve over brown rice, or, with a side of noodles. Plus something green - Romaine salad with cool ranch dressing; or steamed broccoli, etc.

I will intentionally make too much so I can use leftovers in burrito-style rollups (with lettuce and ranch) during the week, or buffalo quesadillas, or buffalo pizza. Some people call this Planned-Overs.

I hope I have some extra meat to freeze, too. We'll see.

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corned beef brisket in the pot today for tonight, I make a version of hash removing all of the fat and chopping it and and toss it with brown rice and jasmine rice, turnip greens, onions, green onions. My son and husband love it and so do I. will have a cup of it with salad. Looking forward to it when I get home.

Have a great day everyone!

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small crockpot on with a couple of beef chunks, mushrooms, mushroom-garlic soup,
MMM, it will be tender and yummy for supper. I'll have it with rice and broccoli

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Sounds good!! Always a good idea to batch cook things.

Wish you were closer, I might invite myself to one of these meals.

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Deanna I am doing the same as you today, except I am making it Mexican flavor. Am cooking everything from scratch this weekend, the whole frozen chicken, the dried beans, etc., then Monday will put together several 9x13s for a Mexican feast we are having at Life Group (small group Bible study). We decided to go Mexican in honor of Cinco de Mayo. Just like the holiday, nothing will be authentically Mexican, but that's okay, we'll have a party anyway.

I'm making chicken sour cream enchiladas, and chicken poblano enchiladas. Maybe a Spanich brown rice casserole.

I am out of chicken broth, so after I pick the meat off I will cook the carcass in the crockpot, adding some frozen bones from split chicken breasts I deboned and froze the uncooked bones of, when the broth is done I'll freeze it.

Monday I'll make homemade baked chips, and side salads (guacamole, corn & black bean salad in Aldi's online flyer today, and green salad), and Tuesday I'll use two crockpots, one for some kind of taco or Mexican soup, and the other for beef & bean meat filling for tacos/burritos/taco salads.

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Today I am cooking a rotisserie chicken in my crock pot for the 1st time.

Roll up 4 balls of aluminum foil (about 1 to 1 1/2 inch in size) and put in bottom of crock pot. Set a whole chicken on top of the aluminum foil balls. Sprinkle seasoned salt, rotisserie seasoning and Cajun seasoning all over chicken. Cook on low for 8 hours.


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used my new small cp: browned a pork chop, covered it with leftover spag sauce, and served it over rice and spinach. A wonderful meal for one.

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Spaghetti sauce.

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Carol, you have been working out with your CP!!

I had beef tips cooking in my CP this morning while I went to town for groceries & medicine.


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I made the garlic pink beans.

Then I made red beans & rice from scratch, soaked the beans first, then cooked them in the crockpot.

Yesterday I made split pea with ham soup.

Today I have black beans soaking, will cook them tomorrow. I am going to some batch cooking. Will make some for freezing, i.e. to have canned beans on hand without buying the cans; some for 5-can soup that calls for black beans; some for burritos; and some for beans & rice.

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I soaked 2 cups of pink beans yesterday, and am cooking them today with dried onions and no salt seasoning. Will add garlic salt and smoke seasoning when they are soft.

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Pork and liquid smoke....Mmmm smells SO good. Making pulled pork sandwiches for a church event. emoticon

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For Easter dinner I made homemade mixed greens (kale, collard, and turnip) in one crockpot, and sweet potatoes in the other.

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Both of those really sound good! I have pork chops (home-grown from our neighbors, woohoo!) with onion powder, Mrs. Dash table blend, garlic powder, home-squeezed apple juice, and some green onion tops thrown over the top cooking out in the garage today. Our house gets warm (we're a little on the tight side with the AC) so I put it out in the garage to keep the heat down. I have some new potatoes, fresh asparagus, and onions to roast to go with them. Can't wait to get home tonight! Rhonda

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I put all the left overs from last night - diced up - in the crock pot and added a quart of chicken stock. I made a home made stuffing with stale bread, onions, celery, garlic and sage. I threw that in the soup mix and it thickened it up instantly and added tons of flavor. A simple way to make a small amount of left overs into a quick meal.

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I am! I have a turkey breast in a blackberry/balsamic gastrique with roasted veggies in a white wine sauce.

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I searched recipes for buffalo chicken. No cheese. And I despise blue cheese, so none of that, either. Not sure what I'm going to do yet. One of Stephanie's is a jar of spagh sauce + cup of buffalo sauce. I think I want more authentic than that. Tho in all fairness, it was for buf chic lasagna.

I'm going to use 4 split chicken breasts, and I have the buffalo sauce, and we'll see what else. Maybe a ranch dressing packet. Maybe change it to buffalo chicken mac & cheese (though that would be using cheese). I checked Stephanie & Family Circle & $5 Dinners.

AllRecipes Slow Cooker Buffalo Sandwiches
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I think I might make the SparkRecipe version, use half for sandwiches or wraps, and use the other half in the buf chic mac & cheese recipe a la Family Circle. I might cook the breasts in water first, since I"m out of broth and these are split breasts (on the bone) that I froze without deboning.

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3/23/12 10:22 P

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I made spaghetti sauce:

29 oz can puree
29 oz can crushed
2 14oz cans Italian diced
1/2 6oz can paste
1 chopped zucchini
1 chopped onion
Seasonings to taste, I used 2T Tones Spicey Spaghetti, garlic, and parsley, all dried as I don't have fresh. I would have used fresh, and more veggies, if I'd had them.

I let it cook overnight on low, and served it today on angel hair.

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I used it for the first time to today to make some creamy chicken. the sauce was good but, not thick enough. I am hooked on my crockpot now. emoticon


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I'm making foil-baked ham in the crockpot, the famous recipe from the crockpot site. I will use what I have on hand, which is brown sugar, real maple syrup, and a little mustard not much. I wish I had some pineapple.

I had a raincheck for smoked ham butt portion, $ .99 lb. When I went in to see if they had restocked yet, post-sale, they had 2 with $1.50 off coupons on, woo hoo! And I can use my raincheck at a future time. So I got them for LESS THAN THE SALE PRICE. So I'm baking one in the crockpot and will freeze the other.

A different store had sweet potatoes on special for $ .39 lb. My crockpot is too big for the ham, so I'm going to put sweet potatoes in around it. Perfect since the ham is wrapped in foil inside the crockpot; the potatoes won't get greasy. Stephanie O'Dea taught me to bake whole potatoes in the crockpot. Have never done both at same time before.

Pork is highly acidic, so I'll add cucumber refrigerator salad, and collard greens to the meal. The cucumber and greens will alkalize the meal.

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Made Ranch pork chops - great recipe that I will share as soon as I get the time.

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I'm making spaghetti sauce, using canned tomato products and bulk seasoning. Added fresh onion, zucchini, bell pepper, and mushrooms.

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Chicken breasts in CP with cream of chicken soup, little chicken broth, some chopped onion & bell pepper, sprinkled with garlic powder, & Tony Chatchere's seasoning. Cooking enough for lunch & leftovers for after church tomorrow.


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Beef tips in the CP....will have over mashed potatoes after church...plus green salad. Mmmm.

Carol...let us know how your recipe turns out..it sounds good.

Edited by: DFROMTX at: 2/26/2012 (11:40)

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I'm trying this for the first time, have to buy some ground beef for it though. I have the rest of the ingredients. You can also make it with ground turkey.

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Put a roast on to cook last night (after browning it) & poured beef broth over it....cooked all night.....about mid-morning took roast out & added can of cream of mushroom soup after stirring put roast back in CP. Cooked on low couple of more hours. Wonderful over mashed potatoes & enough for leftovers tomorrow for DH & I.

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I'm tired of chicken and can't afford beef, but wanted homemade Mexican.

Solution?

Spicey pintos in the crockpot, will put them to soak tonight. Will cook them tomorrow, and will roll them up in tortillas with rice and hot sauce and onions; a complete protein.

I don't usually eat "beans & rice; rice & beans". But ever since I came up with the idea, my mouth is watering. And I have plenty of rice & beans on hand.

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Original Taco Soup (recipe from Stephanie O'Day's website)



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Made BBQ shredded chicken in one today, and spaghetti sauce in the other.

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Steak and potatoes it will serve for dinner and lunch Wednesday.

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Beans & ham later this week - can't wait.
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Just emptied it out of veggie stock I started yesterday afternoon.

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Couple of chicken leg quarters in the CP this morning. Added can of cream of mushroom soup, can of chicken soup, little bell pepper & onion, 1/2 c. chicken broth, sprinkled meat with paprika. Do not have a recipe....it just sounded like it would be good over mashed potatoes for lunch. DH requested chicken cooked in soup & eaten over mashed potatoes. Will let you know how it comes out.

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Beef tips in CP for lunch. Will serve over mashed potatoes & have green salad on side.


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