Hell yeah, there is so much you can make with that. Go for a pot roast first you just need broth, roast, vegitables and a few spices and everything else is done by it.The Crock-Pot came!
Best thing in terms of quality or my favorites?Just got reminded of this thread what's the best thing you've cooked so far?
Tacos were one of the first recipes I cooked on my own, ground meat is one of the easier things to learn how to cook with and after you've got that basic down there are a lot more recipes to tackle.Best thing in terms of quality or my favorites?
In terms of quality, French Toast and brown of hash with eggs for Mother's Day breakfast. Everybody was impressed with it.
My favorite was tacos. Ground beef was easier than I thought.
Thank you.Tacos were one of the first recipes I cooked on my own, ground meat is one of the easier things to learn how to cook with and after you've got that basic down there are a lot more recipes to tackle.
Best of luck with the crock pot, hopefully your next meal comes out great.
I just prefer going with meat because undercooking it won't kill you, but since you're dealing with a crock pot it's imposible to undercook anything. Do what you think would turn out best like I said a while back it's more important that you learn to cook what you like so you'll actually want to experiment with it.Thank you.
I need to get some stuff for it. I'm thinking chicken as it'll be easier.
Or like you said, just get vegetables, roast, spices and broth and make something from that.
I'm hella late here, but try using shortening like Crisco for deep frying. It seems to take that heavy fried smell out. Get a kitchen thermometer and you want to deep fry on about 350. You can control that as you go along. The temp will drop when you add whatever you're frying. Best way to not burn yourself is controlling the heat, using tongs or skimmer to put in and take out the food.I was considering frying. I was concerned about the oil smell fumigating the apartment and burning myself. I do like fried food; I'm sure there's a proper way to do it.
All of the above. If you need something a bit thicker, use stock. Generally a stock uses bones and broth is made with bones, vegetables and herbs so it's a bit more assertive. Broth is good in a situation when you're making a pan sauce or thinning out a sauce. It's seasoned so if you are using canned broth then go for the low sodium stuff that way you can control the salt. It's used in stuffing to moisten the dry ingredients. I use it for soups, pasta sauces, chicken pot pie filling, brussels sprouts, rice, chicken an dumplings it's very versatile. It's handy to add just a bit of flavor. Most things you may use water to boil for like grains and potatoes you can substitute stock for a little flavor boost.I've cooked chicken on a crockpot. From what I noticed, it takes 4 hours on high for it to be tender.
What does broth do to meals? Flavor, moisture, cooking?
Ovens get hot. That heat radiates outward. I've owned multiple ovens in my life, I've never had one so well-shielded that you couldn't feel the warmth of it when you were near it. Ergo, they're heating up the house.If your oven is heating up your house, you probably need a new oven.
I might have a bias against small kitchen appliances.Ovens get hot. That heat radiates outward. I've owned multiple ovens in my life, I've never had one so well-shielded that you couldn't feel the warmth of it when you were near it. Ergo, they're heating up the house.