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Dec 2, 2017 at 12:50 o\clock

Tasty Pork Recipes You Make In Your Crockpot Or Slow Cooker



Pork is famously called the other white meat. What most budding chefs and foodies don't appreciate, however, is just how versatile this meat truly is.

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When cooking a main dish to feed a crowd, I prefer to make BBQ beef sandwiches using roast beef instead of ground beef. It is filling, lower in fat, and absolutely delicious. Best of all, this main dish requires very little attention. It can slow cooker pulled pork cook all day, and the finished product is as good as or better than restaurant BBQ beef sandwiches.

So you have a roasted chicken on hand, and let's assume you've already gotten one meal from it. Cut your grocery bill by stretching the leftover chicken into more meals.

slow cooker. Next to the microwave, this may be the most worthy appliance in the kitchen. They are so adaptable that their usage is nearly infinite. They are terrific for active people who want to come home to a warm meal. Foods will not burn in a slow cooker, so everything will be just right when supper time arrives. Roasts, ribs, chickens, soups, chili and stew are all good candidates for a slow cooker.

First of all, remember the real reason for using a slowcooker; preparing and then leaving. Some folks refer to this as 'set and forget', but however you state it, leave the lid on the pot. Once you have plunked everything into the pot that's required for your recipe, put the lid on the slowcooker and go. You don't have to worry about leaving the house while the crockpot is on. Every time you lift the lid you may lose valuable cooking time. Given that most crock pots these days have clear glass lids, you can peek in and see what's going on without having to open the pot.

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