How to Make Slow Cooker Recipes: J.D. Cook’s Joy of Cooking
I was in a slow cooker with a bunch of friends last weekend, and I decided to make my own slow cooker recipes to share with you all.
The idea was that I could share recipes that I loved, but didn’t know how to make, and also ones that I’d never heard of, so I thought that maybe my friend would find it useful and share with the rest of us.
And of course, I was wrong.
You can find a lot of delicious recipes for slow cooker, but it’s the ones that are just so easy to make that I thought it was worth sharing.
Here are a few of my favorite recipes that you can start making at home this weekend!
(There are a lot more recipes out there, so feel free to add them in the comments.)
Slow Cookers are fun!
I like to use a slow cooker as my go-to for a lot, and they are really versatile.
There’s a lot you can do with a slow-cooker, but I like the simplicity of a simple slow cooker that’s always ready to serve, ready to enjoy.
These recipes are just simple to make.
They’re easy to assemble, and you can even have them reheat in the oven, for a quick dinner party meal.
And if you have kids, you can make dinner in the slow cooker and take them on their own trips.
This is a great idea for people with children.
I’m sure this is what you had in mind, too.
I am a mom who has kids, and as my husband and I have been cooking together for almost 10 years, we have become very good at making dinner in slow cookers.
I find that we can make meals much quicker and easier, and we love to make dinner with the kids, so we’re pretty happy with our results.
And for those of you who have never made dinner in a Slow Cook-style slow cooker before, here are a couple ideas.
Slow Cook Slow Cook recipes with Slow-Cooker Gravy.
This recipe uses two-thirds of a pound of meat in place of the standard slow cooker gravy, so you can get a thicker gravy without the extra work of chopping up the meat.
You’ll want to use two whole chickens or duck breasts instead of the one whole cow, because these are usually the largest birds you can buy, and there are no bones in the meat that could get into the slow cook, which makes this a great option for cooking with chicken, turkey, and other meat-based proteins.
(I’m sure the same goes for eggs, too.)
It also makes a great substitute for a slow cooked steak, which is usually just cooked over high heat in a skillet, so make sure you use a skillet.
Slow-Broiled Chicken with Slow Cooked Potatoes.
The chicken in this recipe has a wonderful crispy crust, which can be baked into a nice crisp crust and served with potatoes, or you can go with something a little sweeter and add some more vegetables.
I also like to add some dried fruit for an extra bit of sweetness.
Chicken and Eggplant Stir-Fry with Slow Potatoes and Vegetables.
This stir-fry recipe uses chicken and vegetables to make a delicious and healthy dinner.
It’s quick and easy, and it’s great with mashed potatoes, but the chicken is just the perfect way to start the meal.
You will need two or three large breasts of chicken, and the vegetables are optional, but they will give you a lovely and rich texture.
Slow Boiled Chicken Stir-fries with Vegetables and Potatoes with Sweet Corn.
This one uses a slow simmer, but you can also use the pressure cooker or the slow-roaster.
The ingredients are simple, but make sure that you get the juices to a nice simmer so that you don’t overboil.
This chicken and eggplant stir-fried dish is also great with a sweet potato and a salad, and a little avocado added for an added sweet-and-savory twist.
Chicken with Vegetable Soup with Garlic.
I like using chicken in the soups, because it’s always an easy choice and it gets a nice, crispy crust.
And the garlic adds a nice little kick to the chicken and adds a healthy and creamy flavor.
I love the way the sauce is seasoned to give it that special taste.
(The flavor will come out if you let the sauce sit in the sauce for too long.)
Chicken Salad with Chicken and Vegetable Stir-Fillings.
This Chicken Salad has chicken, green onions, carrots, green peas, and diced tomatoes all in one bowl.
I really like the way this chicken and green onions add a little crunch and flavor to the salad.
Slow Roasted Chicken and Garlic Spinach with Potato Salad.