This is our favorite. I double the sauce because we like it over smashed potatoes. You can also add broccoli on top when you add the cornstarch for an Asian flare.
San Francisco Pork Chops
So many websites for crockpots. bettycrocker.com, pillsbury.com, cooking.com. They're out there. Thanks for the recipes. (01/06/2009)
These are two of our families favorites:
Slow Cooker Beef Dip
Easy Crockpot Chile
Here is one my family loves. Buy roundsteak and cut it up into pieces. Brown slightly in a pan. In crockpot add 2 cans mushroom soup, 1 packet of Lipton Onion Soup Mix, water, beef bullion cube, salt and pepper. Stir well and add meat to mixture. Cook on high about 7 hours. Serve over rice, egg noddles or cooked potatoes. (01/07/2009)
Check out any of the "fix it and forget it" cookbooks from the library. They are a series of cookbooks devoted to crock pot cookery. (01/07/2009)
Here is a web site that has a lot of crock pot recipes
NEVER ANY LEFTOVERS when I serve these:
Chicken and Rice: -
boneless chicken breasts or thighs to feed your family -
salt and pepper these -
place in cooker still frozen -
add a sprinkling of curry if desired -
add a drained can of mushrooms if desired -
Allow to cook all day -
prior to serving add a container of sour cream (8 oz) -
serve over rice
cubed steak to serve your family -
salt and pepper to taste -
add to cooker still frozen -
sprinkle Lipton ONION soup mix over meat, add a tablespoon of water -
add a can of drained mushrooms if desired -
when done cooking add a container of sour cream (8 oz) -
serve over noodles
round steak to serve your family-trimmed of fat and cut into serving sized pieces -
salt and pepper to taste -
add a can of drained mushrooms if you like -
top with a 28 oz can of tomato sauce -
1 TBS Worcestershire sauce -
Allow to cook all day (sauce may be thin so yu can thicken with a tablespoon or two of flour about 30 minutes prior to serving) -
Serve with mashed potatoes and your favorite green vegetable.
The remnants of this make a GREAT base for beef vegetable soup. I keep this and all leftovers of vegetables in the freezer until I accumulate enough for a soup pot full. YUM! (01/07/2009)
Seems to be a good site.
I have a favorite recipe as well. one can of cream of mushroom soup and a package of onion soup mix stired together in the bottom of the crockpot. Add a pork roast, beef roast or venison and turn to coat it.
Cook for 4 hours on high but it really depends on the size of your roast.
I trim all the fat I can so I can use the gravy over potatoes or rice. (01/08/2009)
By Sarah Ann
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