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Beef Joint Crockpot recipee
Beef

Walmart Beef Joint

Beef is Quite often a slice of difficult meat to cook, do you cook it Rare, Medium, Well done, everyone’s’ tastes are different. This Slow Cooker Beef Joint Recipe cooks the beef to a medium-well to well-done state with the texture, taste, and softness of Medium Rare. We’ve not added any fats or oils to …

Chicken

Walmart Chicken Lasagna

The obvious choice was a slow cooker chicken lasagna. Replacing the Bolognese with the tomato shredded chicken adds an amazing dimension to a classic dish. It was truly amazing and tasted just as good as the other lasagna in our library, We served it with Garlic Bread, but it would go just as well with …

Chicken

Walmart Chicken Alfredo

This is our version of the slow cooker chicken Alfredo, We try and stay away from creamy dishes in the slow cooker, simply because there’s always a chance that the cream can split or not thicken enough. Even though this dish looks very oily, it was actually delicious, the sauce needed a good stir, but …

Chicken

Walmart Thai Curry

This is our Slow Cooker Thai Curry recipe, a delicious creamy sauce, and the chicken was perfect, full of flavor and really soft. We used some ingredients in this slow cooker Thai red curry, The Kaffir lime leaves, and the Thai basil was only available in the larger supermarkets we went to, but if you …

Chicken

Walmart Chicken Cacciatore

Cacciatore means “hunter” in Italian. In cuisine, alla cacciatora refers to a meal prepared “hunter-style” with onions, herbs, usually tomatoes, often bell peppers, and sometimes wine. Cacciatore is popularly made with braised chicken (pollo alla cacciatora). This is our Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore, Cacciatore means “hunter” in Italian. In cuisine, alla cacciatora refers to a meal prepared “hunter-style” with onions, …

Chicken

Walmart Chicken Chasseur

This is a really simple Slow Cooker Chicken Chasseur that everyone will enjoy, the chicken was soft and delicious with a tasty red wine/tomato Sauce. If you don’t feel like using red wine, you can replace it with white wine or water. Etymology. “Chasseur” means “hunter” in French. Hunter’s chicken shares the same literal name as chicken cacciatore in …