Crockpot and Easy Meals "Index post 372"

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  1. lillygator

    lillygator DIS Veteran

    Dec 27, 2003
    anyone have a crockpot recipe for broccoli cheese soup, tomato florintine soup and french onion soup....?
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  3. My2CrazyGirls

    My2CrazyGirls DIS Veteran

    Sep 10, 2010
    Does anyone know about the mustard? I want to make this.
  4. ski_mom

    ski_mom DIS Veteran

    Feb 19, 2004
    This wasn't my recipe, so I don't know for sure, but I'd guess by the amount that it is probably regular mustard. Most recipes that I use dry mustard in are a smaller amount.

    But again, that is just my guess.
  5. cmac609

    cmac609 DIS Veteran

    Jan 26, 2007
  6. mdrob214

    mdrob214 <font color=deeppink>Denise a.k.a. Mikki and Pooh

    Jan 24, 2005
    I would say the same thing. 2T of dry mustard is quite a lot!:)
  7. Evi

    Evi DIS Veteran

    Oct 11, 2007
    To whoever revived this thank you I need to pull out my crock pot it hasn't been used in over a year.
  8. SandrA9810

    SandrA9810 DIS Veteran

    Jul 24, 2005
    I love that site, and use it quite a bit.

    Any one have a good chicken recipe that'll make the house smell really good?? Kind of like the way apple pie smells when it's cooks in the oven. I want a sweet and savory kind of smell.

    I've got about a pound of boneless skinless thighs for this.
  9. beaucoup

    beaucoup DIS Veteran

    Oct 6, 2010
  10. sbell111

    sbell111 <font color=blue>I don't care if people walk slowl

    Dec 12, 2007
    That's funny. My favorite recipe from that site uses cream soup as an ingedient.
  11. scoobndolliesmom

    scoobndolliesmom Mouseketeer

    Apr 7, 2006
    Making the fajita chicken today...smells yummy:stir:
  12. jwwi

    jwwi DIS Veteran

    Feb 10, 2002
    Thank you for the index on page 372, I just copied some recipes. It sure was easy to navigate through the recipes easily. I love to use my crock pot, such a simple way to cook. I don't welcome the cooler weather, but do enjoy the change in the meal planning.
  13. kawc1945

    kawc1945 Newly loving Disney!

    May 8, 2009
    Wow! So many great ideas. Since the weather is getting cooler, looking forward to trying some of these. :)
  14. hulagirl87

    hulagirl87 DIS Veteran

    Jan 16, 2006
    I'm new to the crockpotting thing thanks to a friend who recommended making my own applesauce. Just peel and cube 10-15 apples and let them cook on low for 4-5 hours. Makes the best and sweetest applesauce with no added anything! awesome! I have tried a couple of the other chicken recipes and have the honey chicken one in the crockpot right now! Look forward to seeing more recipes added now that the colder months are coming :goodvibes
  15. pjlla

    pjlla DIS Veteran

    Oct 21, 2003
    Glad to see this thread has been seeing some action lately. I don't have a recipe to share, but wanted to comment, since I have enjoyed a few of the recipes here.

    For those of you who are having trouble with overcooking in your crockpot, here is my experience.....

    I took my large crockpot on vacation with us this summer (cottage on the lake in Maine.... not a Value resort at Disney! ;) ). Anyhow, I've had this cooker (Rival slow cooker with 4 different heat settings plus warm) for a few years now and have used it many, many times without any trouble.

    I wanted to make a crockpot French toast recipe for our group. I had made it at home a few times with good success. Anyhow, I got the ingredients into the crockpot and set it to go at bedtime. I woke up at 2 am to the smell of something burning and went down to find the french toast burned BLACK and smoking inside the crockpot. This happened on low in under 4 hours! It took me lots of elbow grease, etc to get the burned stuff off and I had to make a 5 am dash to a local store to buy ingredients to make traditional french toast for breakfast! I couldn't understand it.

    A few days later I was making breakfast for the group again... this time it was steel cut oats in the same crockpot. I've made it many, many times without trouble. Again, I woke in the night and decided to check it.... it was quite done in just a few hours.... but at least not burned. So I turned it to warm for the remainder of the night.... but it was still crusty around the edges in the morning.

    By the end of our week at this cottage, we started realizing that other electrical appliances seemed to work very "fast".... toast was done in NO TIME FLAT! Coffee pot seemed to perk hot and fast. We decided that all of this issues were related and probably had something to do with the electrical feed to the house.... especially once we blew a fuse a few times.

    So for those of you who are experiencing troubles with your crockpot cooking too fast and/or too hot, you might have something similar going on at home. You might have to adjust recipes to cook shorter and/or lower.

    Just my little FYI! Thanks to all who have shared some great recipes here!................P
  16. pjlla

    pjlla DIS Veteran

    Oct 21, 2003
    Taking a shot here......

    I made the French Onion soup recipe from this thread yesterday and was hoping that either the OP or someone else could help. The soup was waaay too sweet and I presume I used the wrong kind/type of wine. I used a traditional marsala wine... is there a less sweet/drier type I should have used? And for the white wine I used a Cupcake sauvingnon blanc. Was that too sweet?

    Other than the sweetness I think it was a decent recipe and would like to try it again.............P
  17. girli565

    girli565 A Miami kind of girl

    Mar 27, 2007
    For French onion soup I'd use a dry sherry wine and for the white wine I'd use a dry Chardonnay. And if I was making it on the stove I'd deglaze the pot after the onions with a congac or brandy.
  18. meajuly5

    meajuly5 DIS Veteran

    Nov 9, 2012
  19. tink20

    tink20 DIS Veteran

    Mar 20, 2008
    Chicken Breast
    Hawaiian dressing (I used Lawry's marinade)
    Can of Crushed Pineapples (don't drain)
    (adjust dressing and pineapple, depending on how much chicken you have
    for 5/6 big pcs, use whole bottle of dressing and whole can of pineapples)

    Cook on low (4-5 hrs depending on thickness of chicken)
    Shred, serve over rice.
  20. mommy2emily

    mommy2emily Mouseketeer

    Jul 22, 2009
    Any new ideas for fall?
  21. sharonmickey

    sharonmickey DIS Veteran

    Jun 25, 2005
    crockpot barbecue chicken

    4-6 pieces boneless skinless chicken breasts (I threw them in frozen... even easier!)
    1 bottle BBQ sauce (sweet baby ray's all the way!)
    1/4 c vinegar
    1 tsp. red pepper flakes
    1/4 c brown sugar
    1/2 - 1 tsp. garlic powder

    Mix BBQ sauce with all ingredients listed under it. Place chicken in crockpot. pour sauce over it and cook on LOW for 4-6 hours.

    I shred the chicken breasts after 4 hours but you don't have to. This is delicious!

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