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    Hungry NEED: crock pot

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    recipies, esp how to do a pot roast, i just got one and am trying to come up with meal ideas for when db is home on leave. thanks ladies!!!!
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    I don't have a pot roast recipe for the crock pot but I did post a really good taco soup recipe in the main dish recipe forum
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    I put my roast in the crockpot. Cut some carrots and potaoes and put those in there. Then I take a package of lipton onion soup mix and mix it with 2 cups of water and pour over the roast and veggies. Cook on low 8-10 hours or high 6 hourish. I usually cook mine on medium for 6-7 hours and it turns out so tender
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaymara View Post
    I put my roast in the crockpot. Cut some carrots and potaoes and put those in there. Then I take a package of lipton onion soup mix and mix it with 2 cups of water and pour over the roast and veggies. Cook on low 8-10 hours or high 6 hourish. I usually cook mine on medium for 6-7 hours and it turns out so tender
    Ohhhhh that sounds so good.
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    be sure to check out the recipe section there are a few in there
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    I do many meals in the crock pot.

    Scallopped Potatoes

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    Potatoes (I like red ones)
    cream of chicken soup, Maybe two
    onion
    cheese
    ham
    milk

    You cut up the onions and potatoes into small thin slices. Then you layer the crock pot. Potatoes, ham, onion, soup, and cheese. After you layer it a few times, like a lasagna, you poor some milk over the top and let it cook on low for 8 hours.

    Yummy and good meal.
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    I do pot roast in the crock all the time
    heres how i do it

    Potatoes
    onions
    carrots
    celery
    garlic cloves

    Rough chop and place over roast

    add 2 tbsp of worcestershire sauce salt and pepper to taste ( not to much salt since the worcestshire sauce is salty)
    2-4 cups of water enough to cover roast and veggies
    cook on low to med heat for 8 - 10 hours

    after its done i take about a cup of the liquid out and let cool ( you have to have it cool before you mix in the cornstarch or it will clump) then I mix in 1 tsp of corn starch and reheat
    for a thicker gravy
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    mmmmm, they both sound yummy

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