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Archive for the ‘Crockpot’ Category
Recipe Adapted from: Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever: Versatility and Inspiration for New Generation Machines
1 can crushed tomatoes in tomato puree — (28-ounce)
1 can chunky salsa — (14 1/2-ounce)…
This dish can easily be made in a slow cooker. Add all ingredients at once and cook on the high heat setting for 8 to 10 hours. Be sure to soak the beans overnight before you begin.
1 1/2 cups chopped sun-dried tomatoes
1 medium onion, chopped…
1 pound dried split peas
1 leek — rinsed & chopped…
This stew is colorful and full flavored, thanks to a host of vegetables and seasonings. I like to cook the collard greens separately to avoid any bitter taste in the stew. Because sweet potatoes break down easily, it’s important not to cook this stew too long. For a mild, yet still flavorful, version, eliminate the hot chile.
Butternut or other winter squash may be used instead of the pumpkin. This can be made either in the crockpot or on the stove.
Lots of great veggie burritos!
Meaty lentils are featured in this vegetarian version of Sloppy Joes. Serve on toasted rolls with a fresh batch of coleslaw.
1 8 oz can tomato sauce
1 teaspoon mustard…
3 cups sliced raw potatoes — (15 ounces)
3 cups sliced carrots…
1-19 oz can tomatoes, with juice, broken up
1 small eggplant, with peel, cut into 1/2″ pieces…
For those of you who own crockpots… Made this last night and it was great and so easy!
Robin Robertson writes that this recipe is “great for a crowd at holiday gatherings when you want the seasonal taste of pumpkin without the fuss of a pie.”
- Guacamole Potato SkinsIt’s Super Bowl Sunday, and though I’m not throwing a party, I decided to make a little something special for my husband and me to enjoy while he watches the game and I sit in the recliner beside him and read a book (A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler, in case you want […]
- The Continental Divide and The BoomerangShortly after moving to Portland, I began a quest to get an appointment at Oregon Health and Sciences University Neurology Department. I knew them as the department where Dr. Roy Swank had once been chair and also as the place that had conducted a study of patients with MS on the McDougall Diet. I had […]