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Old 09-23-2015, 08:01 PM   #1
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Default very tasty and unhealthy meal

I cooked tonite.

Now that you are over the shock, it wasn't that complicated.

Get out crock pot, put in liner, turn on.

add 1/2 cup water to pot.

take a beef roast 2 lb or so. Cube, trim fat, and throw in crock pot.

cut up 2 medium potatoes, throw in crock pot.

cut up 6 medium carrots, throw in crock pot.

cut up 2 medium onions, throw in crock pot.

open a can of soup, I used mushroom, add half the amount of water called for.
Pour into crock pot.

stir ingredients til mixed well.

put on lid, come back in 6 hours, serve.

If you have high cholesterol, go easy, everything is fat soaked from the beef, but it sure tasted good.
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Old 09-23-2015, 08:13 PM   #2
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Absolutely!

Sweet Wife would make roasts like that all the time.

Then school started. And she went on a diet.

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I do a lot of crock pot cooking and steaming of veggies and re-heats.. My favorite way to cook in fact, though I use lower fat methods.
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Old 09-24-2015, 09:43 PM   #4
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Love that crock pot (slow cooker for some). Great for chili, sloppy joes, roasts, chicken, and other soups. Roast chicken is about the easiest. Just take a whole chicken, season it (don't forget to take out the giblets), drop it breast down in the pot, put it on high for an hour then low for another 6 or so hours. Don't add any water or other liquids to it, you will have a cup of liquid when you are finished (fat from the chicken). Falls off of the bone, take what remains after the meal and use that for chicken & noodles for another meal.
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