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Old 01-16-2006, 01:56 PM   #26
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Badger, do the meatballs have a heavily beer-laden flavor? I'm not a beer fan at all, but it can certainly enhance the flavor of some cooked foods.
Surprisingly enough, they don't taste very strongly of beer. There *is* a little bit of beer flavor in them, but if you use a light beer or N/A beer, it's pretty faint.

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Old 01-16-2006, 02:58 PM   #27
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Hey Badger, I've got a friend who loves cooking with beer, thanks for sharing this one, but do you have anymore I could pass on to him?


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Not that I know of off the top of my head, but there's a great website that has all sorts of recipes for and with beer:

www.briansbelly.com

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Old 01-16-2006, 06:55 PM   #29
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What I don't like about them is that most of the recipes I've found ujse things I just wouldn't cook with in life. Bags of hash browns or tator tots. Cans of condensed soup. I know it's convenience cooking, but I don't like to use so many processed things in my cooking in general. Don't throw anything at me, I'm not judging, just saying.

I was at Williams Sonoma the other day though and saw a small collection of gourmet recipes for crockpots...that might be something. I just don't like pouring a bunch of cans together and thinking that's good eating for ME. Too many preservatives and not enough fiber.
I'm with you, Jes. If a recipe calls for "Cream of..." anything soup, I will NOT go there. I don't care how good the recipe supposedly is. I won't do it. Same with Lipton onion soup mix. No way.

To that end, I have two slow cooker cookbooks that I picked up a month or two ago. This one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/155...lance&n=283155 and this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/158...lance&n=283155 Both have interesting recipes with mostly fresh ingredients. I've made a couple of things out of each of them and have been pleased with the results. I also just recently picked up a copy of Slow cooker magazine, because I have no impulse control and the pictures were so purdy. It had some good recipes, too.

Edited to add, I almost forgot: If you go to www.allrecipes.com you can search for slow cooker or crock pot recipes there. Many of the recipes have been submitted by members and have both ratings and reviews. I've found a lot of marvelous recipes of all kinds at that site.

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Old 01-16-2006, 07:19 PM   #30
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Jes, here's some things you can throw together in the crock pot and have it be healthy. No amounts here, as I don't usually use exact measurements, and it depends upon the size of your crock pot, too.

Brown some onion and garlic in olive oil, then add to crock pot.

Some chicken broth, or vegetable, if you want to go Veggie.
A large can of diced tomatoes.
A good amount of frozen Italian green beans.
A good amount of chopped carrots.
Some chopped parsley and celery tops, as well as some chopped celery.
A can of garbonzo beans, rinsed.
A splash of wine, whatever kind you like.

Some chicken (or not, if you're Veggie) that has been cut up and sauteed in olive oil with the spices of your choice. I usually use a bit of salt, some pepper and garlic.

Add some basil and oregano, or some Italian seasoning mix, depending upon what you use. Some pepper and maybe a bit of salt, if it needs it.

Cook until the carrots are tender, but before then, start some good brown rice on the stove and cook until done, then add to the soup.

Serve with grated parmesean, asiago or romano cheese on top, if you like.
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Tina, what do you call that? Besides "delicious" and "dinner".
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Old 01-16-2006, 07:56 PM   #32
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Dunno. It's partly Sandi's meatball soup recipe, partly my own concoction. And the best thing about it is that it's easy. I guess I do just call it "dinner," as you said.
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Cool, I'll check it out...in the meantime I told my friend when he called me wanting me to come over and party with him about your beer balls recipe and since he'd already had a few, it sounded funny to him at first.

But then I explained what the recipe was and he said it sounds delicious too, I also helped further explaining it, saying it was *chinese food for rednecks* he got a big laugh out of that.


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My favorite crockpot concoction is oatmeal made overnight.

I use steel-cut oats (available at health food stores). Before you go to bed just dump oats and the amount of water suggested on the package into the crock pot, set it to low, then wake up to perfect chewy oatmeal. Stir the oatmeal before serving. To add extra yum and make it naturally sweet I also toss in peeled, chopped apples or raisins and let them cook overnight too.

It does stick to the sides of the crock a bit, but a soak overnight usually takes most of it off.


Entering "crock pot" in the search box at www.cooks.com turns up a bunch of recipes. The link below also has a ton:

http://southernfood.about.com/library/crock/blcpidx.htm

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But then I explained what the recipe was and he said it sounds delicious too, I also helped further explaining it, saying it was *chinese food for rednecks* he got a big laugh out of that.
That is *classic!*

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I recently got hold of a box of the new "Crock Pot Liners." Has anybody had any experience using them yet? Are they worth messing with?


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Rainy, that sounds delicious. I'm definitely going to try that, with apples!
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Steel cut oats are THE best oats for slow cooking, and also for regular porridge. My son loves them and it's the only kind of warm cereal he'll eat.
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Does anyone have a rice and veggie type of recipe? I am so not wanting to cook today since we just got back from Sacramento post-op with my son. I hate to go out to eat again. (believe it or not i'm pizzaed out) I have a bunch of frozen veggeis and a huge bag of brown rice.. I just dont know the settings for rice in a crock pot..any suggestions?
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Do you have any teriyaki sauce? If so, I'd add some garlic, maybe a bit of ginger (fresh is best, but powdered will do in a pinch), some sauteed onions, and some teriyaki sauce to the mix and have Asian. Maybe with salad?
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mmmm that sounds good and yes i have teriyaki sauce mmm.. I have been craving chines food for ages but hubby's never in the mood.. I'll make that.. its easy. I always have a jar of ginger in my fridge cuz i like to make asian salads. Maybe i'll do that and just throw the rice in the rice cooker. I hate cooking sometimes lol
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[ I'm still looking for a veggies and rice recipe.. but here is one with Pork ]

Slice 2 bell peppers into thin strips. ( a yellow and an orange would be great, but green works just as well )
Chop 1 medium onion.
Place pepper strips and onion in crock.
4 to 6 boneless pork chops, diced into 1" cubes. Place in crock.
Mix 1 can cream of mushroom soup, 1 can diced tomatoes (Rotel works great), 2 Tbl. sugar, 1/2 tsp salt, 1 tsp pepper, and 1 tsp. Italian seasoning.
Pour over pork.
Cook 7 hours on low, stir in 1 cup uncooked rice OR cook 3 hours on High, sitr in uncooked rice and cook 1 more hour.
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[ I'm still looking for a veggies and rice recipe.. but here is one with Pork ]

Slice 2 bell peppers into thin strips. ( a yellow and an orange would be great, but green works just as well )
Chop 1 medium onion.
Place pepper strips and onion in crock.
4 to 6 boneless pork chops, diced into 1" cubes. Place in crock.
Mix 1 can cream of mushroom soup, 1 can diced tomatoes (Rotel works great), 2 Tbl. sugar, 1/2 tsp salt, 1 tsp pepper, and 1 tsp. Italian seasoning.
Pour over pork.
Cook 7 hours on low, stir in 1 cup uncooked rice OR cook 3 hours on High, sitr in uncooked rice and cook 1 more hour.
with a recipe like that, i can just get some sort of meatless substitute and throw that in place of the 1" cubes of pork. I have no idea what pork tastes like but there are lots of meatless "chops" out there. I might try that recipe this week as i'm not sure what to plan for meals and i go grocery shopping to night lol
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I hope it works out for you.
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I'm so bad.. we ended up eating dinner out nearly every night of the week! We were celebrating my hubby's raise by spending it all in a week lol.. i still have it on my list of stuff to try
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Default Calling all chocolate lovers!

Here's a dessert, a decandent pudding cake you can cook & serve in your slow cooker. A custard-like sauce forms on the bottom with a chocolatey layer of sponge cake on the top. You can serve it warm, room temperature or chilled.

Ingredients:

3/4 cup of all-purpose flour
1/4 cup of sweet ground chocolate, such as Ghirardelli
1/4 cup of sugar
1 1/2tsp. of baking powder
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 cup of milk
1/4 cup butter(unsalted) 1/2 stick melted
1tsp. vanilla extract

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1/4 cup of sweet cocoa powder, such as Ghirardelli
1/4 cup of granulated sugar
1/4 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
1 1/2 cups boiling water

1.) coat the slow cooker with non-stick butter flavored cooking spray.
2.) in a medium sized bowl, whisk together the flour, ground chocolate, sugar, salt, baking powder. Make a well in the center, add the milk, melted butter and vanilla, stir the liquid ingredients until well blended, and continue stirring in widening circles, gradually incorporatingthe dry ingredients, until you have a smooth batter. It will be thick. Spread evenly in the cooker.
3.) to make the topping, conbine all the ingredients in another medium sized bowl, and whisk until smooth. Gently pour over the batter in the cooker, do not stir. Cover and cook on high until puffed and the top layer is set, 2-2 1/4 hours.

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Maybe I'm dumb (I am) but how does one get a cake out of the bottom of a slow cooker? I can hardly get a cake out of a cake pan or whatever.

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Well first off I don't think you're dumb, and that's a very good question.

Actually I just recieved that and a few other recipes yesterday in an email, and thought it'd be a good one to post, but I've never used it yet myself....I collect recipes online alot....for years now.

As for getting a cake out of a pan you just baked, try using a good foamy cooking spray that's non-stick or buy one of those new silicone cake pans they have now. I've got 2 silicone cookie sheets that you lay over your regular cookie sheet, and nothing sticks to them at all, cookies always come off clean.


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I think you just kinda spoon the cake out into a bowl. That would be my guess. Not all tidy-like.

I want to try it!!
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I just remembered that Reynold's just came out with liners for crock pots, so that could help with getting it out as well as saving you from clean up.


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