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Haydo
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Crock pot recipes


Made a pork and green chile stew today. Whatcha got?






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Walt OReilly
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roast and vegetables





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lsuwontonwrap
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LINK





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Plan 9
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Barbacoa





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Coater
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There was one called "company chicken" that came with the crock pot that is still one of my favorites





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dallastiger55
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Had chili in the crock pot and gumbo on the stove going all day!


I love my Monday office from home days in the cold weather






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nikinik
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Saurbraten roast
Buffalo chicken
Barbacoa
Pulled pork
Cowboy chicken
Lasagne






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BMoney
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Wife just did a red beans and rice in the crock pot yesterday. I was skeptical, but damn if it didn't turn out great.

I do a chicken taco recipe in the crock pot.

6 frozen chicken breasts
2 cans of black beans
1 jar of salsa
And whatever combination of onions and peppers you desire.

Remove chicken (carefully, since it's so tender), shred, and serve with tortillas, cheese, pico, guacamole, etc. Beans as a side dish.

As long as you start with frozen chicken breasts, you can put it on before leaving for work and have it ready for dinner. 9 to 10 hours no problem. But if your chicken breasts are already thawed, don't go much longer than 6 hours unless you like dry chicken. Don't ask me how I know.






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