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Winner Winner Chicken Dinner...
First time and very happy with the outcome, great flavours and an enjoyable feed...
Another added to the to do again list..
A must try if you like chicken pies...!
My first attempt at cooking a whole chook in the SC and I was not disappointed..
Served with sides of peas and corn, Baked potato and pumpkin with baked caulie sprinkled with oil, onion salt and parmeson cheese..
Only change I made was half the garlic (personal choice..)
Melted in my mouth while eating and the flavour just added the extra taste for the taste buds..
I will definitely be cooking more whole chickens from here..
Decided to give this one a whirl and it came out pretty good..
Garlic a bit strong but that's only personal taste..
If your a lambs fry lover, you will enjoy this one..
Decided to try these for the first time as a side with pulled pork & cauliflower bake..
Absolutely stunning and will be cooking this many more times..
The honey and mustard flavour through the meal was spot on...
Another one recommended...
I made this one for the first time and it will not be my last, what a great way to have Cauliflower..
We have a camping trip planned and this will be on the menu when we are at Takaraka camping ground on our powered site (taking the 2 pot SC with us)
If you like Cauliflower, you will definitely enjoy this recipe...!
Made to the recipe and had a great flavour, I used Coke and Smokey BBQ Sauce..
The family are quite enjoying these meals and so am I..
Recommend to try this one...!
Another winner here..
I like my curries hot, but this was quite nice and I probably will not change it when I cook it again
served with steamed rice and veg and went down real well..
Give it a go if you like a curry...!
How good is this one..
The Potatoes alone were terrific but added the drumsticks and flavour topped the meal off great..
I have made variations of this one but decided to stick to the original recipe here on this one and I was glad I did..
All plates were cleaned up with only the bone left-over..
I added about 3 Tbs of cream to the potatoes to give it a creamier texture and served with Steamed Broccoli and Carrots as I had no Silverbeet..
I added approximately 50/50 of water and Juice to boil the Potatoes..
Will definitely be having this one again...!
this was done today but I couldn't seem to get the crackling to crash hot, feed was great but only got a portion of the rind made crackling..
Very nice for my first ever quiche, I had to slightly change some things as I read the cooking cream wrong and only had 300ml, so I added about 200ml sour cream, I had visitors and forgot to fry off the bacon (no issue at all), I cooked in a 5.5 litre and could maybe have given it another 15/20 minutes I reckon as the centre was slightly doughy, but this was a quite a nice feed. This will be on the go another time absolutely..
another thumbs up from me..
How good is this one..
Very nice indeed..
Haven't really dabbled in cakes apart from scrolls in the SC and decided to try this one I saw once on the Facebook group..
So nice, easy to make, I used my 3 litre SC and maybe could have cooked it a little less as some of the edge was hard and well cooked, I cooked on low for 3.15 mins, so maybe in 3 litre 2.45 give or take..
Taste was great and it will also be desert tonight with Ice cream, I will heat it for that in the microwave for about 45 seconds a piece to warm it up..
Great and easy cake, Recommend..
I Made this but used washed potatoes, I added carrots as well and quite a nice feed, it went well as a side with Nanny's braised steak.
We had this again tonight with a side of Caulie and honey mustard potatoes and carrots and it was great, I made a slight change instead of tomato sauce, I used smokey BBQ and the flavour was very good..
Lat nights dinner, very nice, pulled apart real well and I served on homemade bread rolls and the leftover is going to be lunch today..
For such a simple way of doing this silverside - The flavour was magnificent.
I had read on the facebook page slow cooker recipes for the family (SCC)about this way and decided to try it, so glad I did, the flavour just explodes and the meat is so tender..
Recommend this way for sure a rare mark from me of 10/10.
I made this one and whilst it was quite nice, My opinion is that the celery overpowered it and could maybe use a little salt, other than that, everybody finished their plate but does need something else.. Experiment time on the next one, could maybe add Gravy for that extra flavour..
This was one of mine done today, it took only 7 hours for me and taste is Ok..
I experimented with yellow peas in a smaller SC and instead of water, I used Beef stock, very nice flavour.
Green peas 8/10, yellow and beef stock 9+/10
personally, not a parmi fan myself, however, the Missus loves parmies so i thought I would give this a Go...
Turned out better than I expected after reading some comments, I stuck to the recipe provided here and was quite happy, the only thing I did do was use the tea towel although it isn't mentioned here to do it..
I guess I made the right call as there was plenty of Juice in the bowl..
The flavours exploded in my mouth and I will certainly do this one again in the future..
Wow, this is definitely getting another go, I was quite surprised how nice this was, I used mushroom soup and it was delicious...
Great feed again, last time I never added the cloves, this time I did and it was delicious.. recommended for sure.
Beautiful, I now wish I had cooked more a must for anybody that likes a bit of a kick without being overpowering..
I only cooked 6 Drumsticks and only 1 tbs of Garlic and it didn't detract from the meal..
Definitely on my to do list again...!
Very good indeed, everyone enjoyed the flavour and nothing left on plates.. Great meal, will have this one again for sure.
What a great dish, easy as to assemble and cook, only change I made was I had no veg stock powder, so I used 2 beef stock cubes and certainly enjoyed the flavour... cheers once again for a delicious meal...
Daz again, We had this again tonight combined with Nanny's Braised Steak, both dishes complimented each other and were a delight to eat, thank you for the recipes.
So, I had this for the first time (Deffo not the last..) and what a ripper of a meal, I used Blade steak and upon eating, the meat pretty much melted in my Mouth, great meal and I had as a side dish, the Hassleback potatoes, great combination In my Opinion.
Definitely give this a try if you haven't, you won't be disappointed.
Wow.. so easy and a great dish either as a side or as a main IMO, would go with most meats etc... Cooked this today again for maybe the 8th time or so as Everyone loves it, and best of all being able to alter the flavour making everyone happy..
Thank You Pauline for posting this, I searched and couldn't find it again (Spelt it wrong hahaha..) Absolutely stunning and quite a basic side dish, it went well with my slow cooked Lemon Honey Drumsticks wrapped in Bacon (a variant to your recipe..), Yum, Deffo on the menu again thanks
Last nights dinner and not disappointed at all, Lovely meal and went down quite well.
Next time, I might see how it goes with golden syrup, that seems to be a pretty good substitute for honey that I found and adds a great flavour.
I am glad I found this website, some absolutely stunning meal ideas and instructions.
Don't take the 4 stars as an insult, a meal has to be pretty special to get top billing from me, this is up there with the best so far.
Ok, so This (similar) was tonights deal and was not disappointed at all.
Great Meal and the sauce was terrific, although much left over and going into a chicken meal over the next night or 2.
My change was I only had wholemeal seeded mustard so I doubled up on that and I did not have honey so I used golden syrup...
No issue at all, very much a meal to be happy with even with the changes.. not disappointed at all..!
As with my other review, I made the beer and Beef casserole and the leftovers I turned into 2 beer and Beef Pies... Great feed and happy with the meal
(**'sidenote' - I rarely give 5 star review on anything, so don't think my 4+ star is an insult to the meal... 5 Star has to really impress me)
I decided to try this one tonight, only change I made was the Onion as my son isn't a fan of it (33 yrs old, yeh I know hahaha) so I substituted the onion with cherry tomatoes and wasn't disappointed, very nice if I say so myself... 5 stars for sure