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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Crockpot meals

I don't cook with my crockpot that often, and really, there's no excuse...it's so easy and usually the stuff turns out delicious!

Tomorrow I'm making this-which my SIL made a couple weeks ago and it was amazing!!!

Anyways, I really want to try some new crockpot recipes, so I'm asking y'all! Have y'all made anything in the crockpot that was amazing?!

If so, please share! I'm on the hunt for some new recipes!

Happy labor day y'all! Hope it's a good one! :)



[Found this quote on pinterest and will definitely be crafting it into something for the dinning room]

11 comments:

kmab231 said...

http://smithlive.blogspot.com/2011/12/monthly-meal-planning.html This gal has a bunch of recipes and I have made the pineapple bbq chicken, brown sugar chicken, and the beef dip sandwiches and they were all good.

Sew said...

1 whole chicken
Salt
Chicken seasoning

Low-6hours

This is on my weekly rotation

C. said...
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This_Cross_I_Embrace said...

Hot wings. Soooooo easy and so damn good.

About 12 wings, season with black pepper in crockpot.
Melt about 1/2 cup ghee (I use ghee so there's no casein, but you can use butter, just make it good quality) and about 3/4 cup Frank's hot sauce. Pour over wings, set on low about 7 hours. (If not defrosted already, give it 8 hours)

Remove and put on broil pan.
Put liquid in a pot over high heat, add 2-3 cloves of garlic, and reduce down by half.
Brush sauce over wings, broil on high 5-7 mins or until crispy.

I serve this with homemade mayo for dipping. It is un.real!!
Celery sticks, too.

Hebrews 11:1 said...

I'm gonna have to try TCIE's recipe, that sounds delicious! :) I don't have a ton of recipes, I don't use my crock pot as much as I should. But I discovered a GREAT thing for when I do--they make crock pot liners (reynold's wrap brand I think) for easy cleanup. I NEVER use the crock pot without them anymore. So that's my tip. :)

Donna said...

My favorite is salsa chicken. Dump a jar of your favorite salsa in the crock and add 1 to 2 teaspoons taco seasoning and the chicken. I've used bone-in and boneless, white and dark. Cook for 6-8 hours on low (the longer end of the time if chicken is frozen). Add 1 can cream of chicken soup and a dollop of sour cream. Heat thru and serve over rice.

A couple other ideas - if you like Indian food, get the simmer sauces in the ethnic aisle at the grocery. One jar of sauce, about a pound of meat cut up (either chicken or lamb) and about half a cup of water, cooked in the crock for 3-5 hours is very good and very easy.

Lucky as Sunshine said...

Pulled Pork in the crock pot. Had it a couple of weeks ago,while on vacation.(super quick & easy) Here's a close recipe, but not the exact one we used. We used a pork loin & cut the fat off put in the crock pot, & filled with Dr. Pepper. (may use more than 2 cans). YOu could also use Root beer, or another soda. we cooked for about 12-14 hours & then shredded the pork & drained the liquid & put in BBQ sauce & some seasonings & cooked on low for another 4 hours. It was great for when we were at the beach all day..
http://eclecticrecipes.com/dr-pepper-pulled-pork-sandwiches

Anonymous said...

This has become one of my husbands favorite meals and so easy!
3 frozen chicken breasts
1 can corn drained
1 can black beans drained
1 16oz jar of salsa
Put in crockpot and cook on low for 6-8 hrs.
Shred while still in crockpot and put a 8 oz block of cream cheese on top. Let it melt and still together. Serve on tortillas or use as a nachos. So delicious and easy!

Ania said...

That looks really yummy. I am boring and never use anything but chicken breast b/c I used to hate the way my Mom made thighs and drumsticks. This looks like something I"ll def. try, thanks for sharing.

I love turkey chili and pulled pork in the crock pot. www.allrecipes.com has some wonderful recipes and I use the site all the time!

C said...

Love Crock Pot cooking!

And, congrats to you and your husband, friend!

--C.

Faith makes things possible said...

Thanks for all the recipes/ideas!!! I can't wait to try them out...yum-oh!!!! :):):)