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1/18/12 7:05 PM
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WaltJ - http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2011/10/sausage-and-lentil-stew-slow-cooker.html

 let me know how it turns out.. if its good ill give it a go


It turned out good. I added in a package of brown gravy mix to firm it up, as it was a little watery (I used 1 1/2 cups of lentils and 4 cups of beef broth). Also, next time I'll probably get some real premium sweet sausage.

Otherwise, it was pretty good.


I think your issue was not adding enough lentils. Also, going by here recipe I could understand how the final product would be rather bland (no spices what so ever with lentils?)
1/18/12 7:45 PM
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1/19/12 8:56 AM
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1/19/12 10:13 AM
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This shit looks fricken awesome!

http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2011/01/peperoncini-beef-sandwiches-slow-cooker.html

Pepperochini beef sandwich's.
2 pounds beef chuck roast (frozen is okay)
1 (16-ounce) jar peperoncini peppers
optional:
6 ounces sliced mozzarella or Swiss cheese
6 hamburger buns or French rolls

Ohhhhh man.
1/19/12 11:47 AM
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^Awesome!

This is what I'm looking for, something incredibly simple but that doesn't include ketcup or other additive heavy ingredients.
1/19/12 12:08 PM
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This thread needs more pics.
1/19/12 7:49 PM
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Damn that peperoncini beef sounds awesome.
1/19/12 9:20 PM
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savage animal - ^Awesome!

This is what I'm looking for, something incredibly simple but that doesn't include ketcup or other additive heavy ingredients.
Solution? Name your own additive free condiments. I make big batches of ketchup, hot sauce & bbq sauce that last like 6-9 months. Phone Post
1/19/12 9:20 PM
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1/19/12 9:41 PM
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Cbass. Your recipe was not good. Intrigued by the ingredients and made it tonight for dinner. Tasteless and rather boring. I love to try new things but girlfriend and I didn't even finish one serving. Will try the Korean beef recipe another day. Phone Post
1/19/12 9:58 PM
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1/19/12 11:51 PM
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chicken thighs, onion, beans, salsa, cream chicken soup.
1/19/12 11:51 PM
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sorry not meaning to be rude. some people's tastes are more plain than others I guess.

salsa too - edit
1/19/12 11:58 PM
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And for the record I personally don't have any award winning slow cooker recipes. That is why I am trying ones from this thread. I am sorry cbass but I was just giving my honest opinion.
1/20/12 12:03 AM
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HST - chicken thighs, onion, beans, salsa, cream chicken soup.



lol, that sounds fucking disgusting
1/20/12 1:56 AM
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1/20/12 9:04 AM
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I hate throwing out food but may have to make an exception with that one. Going to scoop out the chicken thighs and eat them though. Phone Post
1/20/12 9:23 AM
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I recommend getting an electric pressure cooker. I cooked a fully frozen threelb roast in two hours last night and it came out great. Phone Post
1/20/12 9:32 AM
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 I made the Korean Beef tacos the other day and they were awesome.
1/20/12 10:19 AM
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1 lb seasoned taco meat, 2 small or 1 big can of Hormel chili with no beans, 2 jars of Frito-medium nacho cheese.

Throw em in and let the pot crock. This dip is very good for parties but we have found it best to get the little 'boat' containers for serving. We also have a nacho cheese machine like at 7-11 and with the dip, you can't go wrong serving this at a party. Phone Post
1/20/12 3:41 PM
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Try my chicken thigh recipe...

Chicken thighs, beer, jar of green salsa, garlic, chilis, chili powder, cumin, some onions, salt pepper. Season with more salt to taste at the end.

I am finding a lot of things need more salt at the end.
1/20/12 7:31 PM
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I am finding a lot of things need more salt at the end.

 thats the issue i am having with the slowcooker...  a lot of the stuff turns out pretty bland.
im trying something new today
im making carnitas right now... the way i did it was i got a pork tenderloin (2.5 lbs), and seasoned it with cumin, salt, pepper, coriander, and garlic and seared it on all sides for a few minutes. i put that in the crockpot with 1 bottle of beer, 1 coarsely chopped onion, and the juice of 1 orange.
i have that going for 6 hours. then i am going to remove the pork and shred it. 
in the blender,i put 1 can of lime and cilantro diced tomatoes, juice of 1 lime, salt, pepper, 2 chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, onion, coriander, and cumin and blended that.
i am going to put the shredded pork in a cast iron skillet and crisp it up a little and add the blended stuff.
hopefully this turns out good... will post results later


Yeah, I noticed the lack of salt big time the last few times I have cooked in it. I just took to re-seasoning again near the end of cooking.

That sounds delicious, I'll be over in 15.
1/20/12 7:52 PM
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Korean beef tacos. Had it tonight. Keeper for sure! Phone Post
1/20/12 10:25 PM
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Cbass I'm waiting for the result of the carnitas. Will try if good. Phone Post
1/20/12 11:10 PM
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