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7 Simple Slow Cooker Recipes That Any Old Fool Could Pull Together

By aidan

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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If you've got a slow cooker, there's a good chance it's been sitting there gathering dust in your kitchen cupboard.

Now, however, is the time to change that.

Why? Because the slow cooker has magic powers; including the ability to make ANY aul' eejit seem like an dab hand in the kitchen – without using any sauces, jars or other cheats.

Here are seven astonishingly simple recipes to get you started.

1. Slow cooker Korean beef

The Koreans sure know how to get the best flavours out of anything – and this beef will melt in your mouth it's so good.

Check out the recipe here

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2. Slow cooker chicken and corn chowder

We think of chowder as complicated and bitty and a pain in the arse – but this could not be easier.

Check out the recipe here

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3. Crockpot turkey breast

It ain't just for Christmas, y'know. And as we explain here, this can be made using fillets as well.

Check out the recipe here

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4. Slow cooker cashew chicken

Because chicken and cashews are a match made in heaven. 

Check out the recipe here

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5. Slow cooker chicken enchiladas

A bit more effort here, with a little prep to do once the filling is finished. But these flavours will put those ready-made kits to shame.

Check out the recipe here

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6. Slow cooker creamy coriander and lime chicken

Speaking of flavours that go well together...

Check out the recipe here

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7. And for dessert... crockpot pecan pie

Ooh, didn't see that one coming, did you? 

Check out the recipe here

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