When you're cooking a recipe for a long period of time, no matter how hot, dairy products can curdle after awhile. No one wants clumpy cheese or milk. Instead, don't put the dairy products in until near the end.
Although you can cook a huge pot full of grandma's famous spaghetti sauce in a slow cooker, you shouldn't cook the noodles in the sauce the whole time. In order to get the noodles to be al dente, you want to add them to the sauce in the last 10 minutes, or cook them separately on the stove top. The same goes for veggies and bean. They'll turn to mush if cooked for too long.
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Who has time to make delicious breakfast casseroles in the morning? Not us, we like sleep! If you're anything like us, prepare everything the night before and put it on the lowest setting overnight. You'll wake up to a wonderful breakfast.
Recipes that don't need to be stirred are perfect to make overnight. No getting up in the middle of the night to stir it. Just let it cook and you'll wake up to a house smelling or yummy flavors and a meal all ready for you.
Do you have a favorite meal you are dying to make for dinner but have a long day of errands to run? Just pop the meal in the slow cooker and adjust the time it needs to cook according to this chart! You'll come home to a meal ready to eat.
While it's easy to just throw meat into the slow cooker and let it cook for hours, quickly browning the meat before putting it in will add a caramelized flavor you can't get from just using the slow cooker.
The liners are placed inside the slow cooker and will help cut your cleaning time in half. No more soaking, no more scrubbing! Just take the liners out and throw them away!
Fattier cuts of meat cook really well in a slow cooker. They're ideal when they're cooked on low for a long period of time. The fat on the meats help them stay juicy and tender. Meats like ribs, shanks or shoulders are your best bet.
If the directions call for it or you're adding more ingredients, then by all means, open the lid. But, if you're opening it just to get a whiff of your yummy meal, don't. Opening the lid lets out the heat and it can take up to 30 minutes to regain proper temperature. So unless you want to sacrifice eating sooner, keep the lid on!
In this case, do remove the lid. Removing the lid during the last 30 minutes of cooking will help reduce the amount of liquid in whatever you're making.
You can make just about anything. From massive batches of snack, to stews, to cocktails. You name it, you can probably make it.
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