Time to get out the Crock Pot for a great and easy slow cooker dinner. Try these recipes including slow cooker lamb, chicken, beef, curry, roasts or osso bucco.
This curry is so simple to prepare! I had quite a few veggies and spices filling up my cupboards so I just decided to wing it! Any veggies would work and you could use beef or even chickpeas rather than chicken. For a quicker option, you can cook this in a frypan, but I like the idea of dinner cooking while I get on with my day.
For this recipe you can use pork belly slices (cubed) or pork pieces also. Note: make up 1 cup of stock as you may need to add extra fluid if needed, but the end result should be lovely sticky and melt in the mouth meat with very little sauce left over. I like to serve this with steamed rice and some green veges or a light salad.
Mum cooked this fabulous recipe in England when I was very young, made with lean lamb chops and fresh chunky vegetables and lots of natural gravy, served with bread and butter. I have fussy eaters so I use some chops and some big pieces of steak, keeping everybody happy and all in one pot. If you have a chicken lover cut up a chicken breast and add to pot.
This recipe is something that I actually developed myself. I love the combination of chicken, bacon, tomato and corn - they marry well together for me. It is a relatively easy recipe to prepare, and could be made lighter in kJs by taking the skin from the chicken, and making sure the bacon is not too fatty.
This is so easy to make, and tastes wonderful. Be careful not to over cook the chicken. This is also just as tasty cold the next day in sandwiches
Beef Stroganoff has always been a favourite casserole to eat, now with this slow cooker version it has become a favourite to cook.
Adapted from a lamb stew recipe as I cannot eat red meat and turned into a yummy slow cooker recipe.
A beautiful creamy dhal, great as a dip or an accompaniment to to and Indian feast.
This fantastic chilli beans recipe has been honed over 15 years of cooking laziness - prepared in 5 minutes and aged to perfection in a slow cooker. Stir it every couple of hours (if you're in the house) to help fuse flavours and eliminate any pot-sticking. Perfect for use with nachos, tacos, dips etc. You can use a tin of lentils instead of the vegetarian mince.
Hearty beef casserole with a delicious meaty gravy that goes great with mashed potatoes or crusty buttered bread. Perfect winter dish to feed the whole family.