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    1. 01-23-2008 11:15 AM #101
      Is there a carne asada recipe in there?

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    3. 01-23-2008 11:38 AM #102
      Quote, originally posted by dieselgirl »
      Is there a carne asada recipe in there?

      Yes, a chipotle carne asada, and it's pretty simple. He carmelizes onions, then brushes the skirt steak or flank steak with a marinade made with can of chipotles pureed with the sauce in the food processor. Cook it on a skillet, let it rest, and slice across the grain. Serve in a soft tortilla with onions and hot sauce/salsa of your choice.
      Sorry it's not a slow-cooker recipe

    4. 01-23-2008 11:42 AM #103
      OH that is ok...that sounds pretty simple, I may have to try it.

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    6. 01-23-2008 12:49 PM #104
      I honestly don't think there is such a thing as a crock pot recipe. Crock pots were designed to function as the destination for whatever random assortment of meats, vegetables, legumes, grains, and seasonings one has leftover the day before grocery shopping. Throw it all together with water or stock/broth/demiglace and enjoy.

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      01-23-2008 11:23 PM #105
      Quote, originally posted by Elliot »
      I honestly don't think there is such a thing as a crock pot recipe.

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      01-25-2008 11:30 PM #106
      Beef Stew

      Ingredients
      2 lbs beef stew meat, cut into 1-inch cubes
      1/4 cup flour
      1/2 tsp salt
      1/2 tsp black pepper
      1 1/2 cups beef broth
      1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
      1 clove garlic, minced
      1 bay leaf
      1 tsp paprika
      2 potatoes, diced
      1 onion, chopped
      1 stalk celery, sliced
      Directions
      Put meat in stoneware. Sprinkle flour, salt and pepper over meat and stir to coat. Add remaining ingredients and stir to mix well. Cover cook on Low 10 to 12 hours or on High for 5 to 6 hours. Stir thoroughly before serving.

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      01-25-2008 11:31 PM #107
      For more recipes visit: http://www.crock-pot.com/index.aspx

    10. 01-27-2008 05:56 PM #108
      Quote, originally posted by Old Fart »
      For more recipes visit: http://www.crock-pot.com/index.aspx

      Just got back to school with a crock pot for christmas and this is awesome! thanks.

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      01-27-2008 06:29 PM #109
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      01-29-2008 09:04 AM #110
      i'm watching this one!

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      01-29-2008 11:56 AM #111
      Gotta Have a Second Bowl Crock Pot Chili: Serves about 8
      Not very spicy but if you want spicy (like me) substitute the 4 teaspoons chili powder with 2 teaspoons chili powder and 2 teaspoons ground up dried habenero peppers... **HOT**
      3 1/2 lbs coarse ground beef
      14 1/2 ounces beef broth
      3 teaspoons finely chopped onions
      1 teaspoon garlic powder
      3 teaspoons beef bouillon granules, divided
      8 ounces tomato sauce
      2 teaspoons paprika
      1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
      1/2 teaspoon black pepper
      4 teaspoons chili powder
      1 teaspoon cumin
      1/4 teaspoon onion powder
      1/4 teaspoon salt
      1/4 teaspoon sugar
      1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
      1/4 teaspoon instant chicken bouillon granules
      1/2 teaspoon lime juice
      Cook beef in large skillet over medium heat, stirring to crumble until beef is browned.
      Drain.
      Place cooked beef, chopped onion, beef broth, tomato sauce, chili powder, paprika, cumin, 2 tsp beef bouillon, garlic powder, cayenne and pepper in crock pot.

      Cover and cook on low for 3 hours.
      Then, stir in remaining beef bouillon, onion powder, salt, sugar, garlic salt, chicken bouillon and lime juice.
      Cover and cook one hour.
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    14. 01-31-2008 03:36 AM #112
      Gonna repeat this one for the super bowl:
      drop in ribs of any variety
      submerge in a good bbq sauce
      + 8 hrs....
      mmm......

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      01-31-2008 01:02 PM #113
      Lets see some more... Im Hungry...
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      01-31-2008 01:20 PM #114
      Quote, originally posted by olde*english »
      Gonna repeat this one for the super bowl:
      drop in ribs of any variety
      submerge in a good bbq sauce
      + 8 hrs....
      mmm......

      Thanks!
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    17. 01-31-2008 03:50 PM #115
      Quote, originally posted by olde*english »
      Gonna repeat this one for the super bowl:
      drop in ribs of any variety
      submerge in a good bbq sauce
      + 8 hrs....
      mmm......

      This for real? sounds very easy but tasty
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    18. 01-31-2008 04:03 PM #116
      serious. easiest thing I have ever made. It is very much a rib that falls off the bone soft as opposed to a firm chewey rib.
      One thing to add (just google crock pot ribs) is a diced onion and pepper. Also I cut the ribs off before cooking -- that may affect the final texture.

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      02-01-2008 11:40 AM #117
      Irish Style Beef Stew (with Guinness)
      Ingredients
      4 potatoes peeld and cubed
      1 c sliced celery
      6 carrots peeled and sliced
      1 tsp pepper 2 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar
      1 c beef broth(or one 1/2 cup beef broth 1/2 cup guinness)
      1 chopped sweet onion(minced almost)
      1 tbs worcestershire sauce
      1 bay leaf
      2 tbs oil
      1 c flour
      2 lbs beef stew meat, cubed
      2 small cubed turnips(the small purply ones)
      4 c water
      1 c frozen peas
      Instructions
      Coat cubed meat in flour, set excess flour aside.In a large skillet heat oil and brown the meat ONLY.In crock pot combine beef, bay leaf worcetershire sauce, onion,beef broth,pepper and salt sugar and vegetables(except frozen peas).Pour water on all.Cover and cook for 8 hours on low.Turn control to high and thicken stew with leftover flour(about 1/4 cup)disolved in a small amount of cold water(then added).Add frozen peas.cook on high for 10-15 minutes..until thick.The Guiness adds an Irish taste to it..but of course can be eliminated.
      Holy S that sounds good...
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    20. 02-05-2008 01:30 PM #118
      i heart my crock pot. my fav things to make are of course chili, but here are a few super simple recipies i use it for.
      -pre-cooked ham with brown sugar to coat the bottom of pot, and pineapple juice (about an inch on the bottom) and cook on low for at least 5 hours.
      -bratwurst (or sausage or kielbasa or even hot dogs) with one package/jar of sourkraut and 2 cans/bottles of your favorite beer. cook on high for about 2 or 3 hours, or low for 6 or 7 hours. yumm.
      -4 pound boneless sirloin tip roast, 2 packages Italian salad dressing mix and 2 cups water for awesome roast beef sanwiches. cook on low about 8 hours.
      i'll post more later. i love this thread

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      02-08-2008 05:40 PM #119
      Quote, originally posted by pope66682 »
      Gotta Have a Second Bowl Crock Pot Chili:
      Cook beef in large skillet over medium heat, stirring to crumble until beef is browned.
      Drain.
      Place cooked beef .... in crock pot.

      I tried to cheat and just threw the raw burger in the pot and cooked the hell out of it, the taste was OK but consistency was like [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]

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      02-08-2008 06:38 PM #120
      Quote, originally posted by pentoro »
      I tried to cheat and just threw the raw burger in the pot and cooked the hell out of it, the taste was OK but consistency was like [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]

      Now that's lazy man! If I ever get to a meet I am not eating what you cook
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      02-10-2008 02:44 PM #121
      Quote, originally posted by 2Cor »
      Now that's lazy man! If I ever get to a meet I am not eating what you cook



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      02-10-2008 02:45 PM #122
      BBQ Pulled Pork: with Guinness (trust me)
      Ingredients:
      4-5lb pork shoulder or butt/end loin with the boin in (the end is so much better but $)
      CAN of Guinness (15oz) or 2 cups of water
      Salt
      Pepper
      2 Onions whichever you prefer
      16oz of Some good BBQ sauce (preferabely your favorite)

      Take the pork loin and season with salt and pepper and place in crock pot bone on top
      Fill crock pot 2/3 of the way to the top with guinness. about 2 cups. You can use water but beer gives it much more flavor (its ok if the pork isnt completely covered)
      Slice (not dice) one onion and put in the pot around the pork roast.
      Cook on LOW for 9 to 10 hours
      When the roast is done cooking, remove it from the pot. (i poured it into a strainer cause it WILL fall apart if you try to lift it out.
      Dispose of the guinness (or water) and onions and any excess grease.
      Allow roast to cool for a few minutes (easier to handle) and pull apart with fingers or fork.
      Dispose of the bones
      Put the now pulled pork back in the crock pot.
      Add one DICED onion (not sliced) and 16oz of some good ass barbeque sauce. (if you use really thick sauce add 1/4 cup of water so the pork doesnt dry out)
      Cook for another 2-4 hours or until the onions are really cooked and soft.
      Allow to cool and put on a roll and ENJOY!
      Then tell me how f***ing good they are.


      Modified by pope66682 at 1:49 PM 2-10-2008
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      02-11-2008 01:30 PM #123
      I use this same recipe all the time, minus the beer. You'll be amazed something so easy can be so good. I've never tried it with Guiness, guess I got a project for this weekend!
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      02-11-2008 05:33 PM #124
      Quote, originally posted by nixqik1 »
      I use this same recipe all the time, minus the beer. You'll be amazed something so easy can be so good. I've never tried it with Guiness, guess I got a project for this weekend!

      Always substitute the water for Guinness. For some reason it makes everything taste so much better. It brings out the flavor like crazy. Even if you dont like Guinness. You cant even taste the beer.
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    27. 02-11-2008 08:58 PM #125
      Slow cooker Brats
      Makes 8 servings
      Use a 4-quart slow cooker
      8 bratwursts
      1 large onion sliced
      12-oz can of beer
      1 cup chili sauce
      1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
      1 cup ketchup
      2 tbsp vinegar
      1/2 tsp salt
      2 tbsp brown sugar
      1 tbsp paprika
      1. boil brats in water in skillet for 10 minutes to remove fat.
      2. drain brats and place in slow cooker
      3. mix together remaining ingredients in bowl and then pour over brats.
      4. cook on low 4 to 5 hours
      We made these this past Thursday, they were amazing, super tender and the sauce was excellent. We had folks putting the sauce on their beer/onion marinated brats that we grilled. I had Eddie cook one up on the grill to crisp it up and it turned out freaking amazing.

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