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#113: The Slow Cooker Cookbook - 75 Easy, Healthy, and Delicious Recipes for Slow Cooked Meals

The Slow Cooker Cookbook has 75 simple recipes designed for busy people who want to use their slow cooker to make quick and hearty meals.

The Slow Cooker Cookbook is a comprehensive guide to becoming an expert with your slow cooker so you can start saving hours while you make delicious, healthy home-cooked meals! The Slow Cooker Cookbook is filled with dozen of easy, crowd-pleasing recipes for every meal and occasion, and it will inspire you to use your slow cooker on a daily basis.

  • Flavorful slow cooker chicken recipes like Miso Chicken, Tandoori Chicken and Curried Coconut Chicken
  • Slow cooker pot roast that will melt in your mouth
  • Easy one-pot slow cooker meals that will satisfy the whole family, like comforting Chicken Pot Pie, Classic Lasagna Bolognese, and Mexican-Style Pork
  • Dozens of tasty recipes to get the full value of your slow cooker--learn how to make casseroles, side dishes such as rice pilaf or cornbread stuffing, vegetables, stews...and, most importantly, desserts 

  • Kindle: 3620 KB
  • Print Length: 130 pages
  • Publisher: Salinas Press (July 9, 2013)
  • ASIN: B00DUM1YK0




REVIEW:
I made Baked Potato Soup.
It was delicious!
With toppings of cheddar, bacon and green onions, it was just the right blend to actually taste like a baked potato. I opted out of the sour cream, but you can add a dollop of that too and it would be awesome!
I can't wait to try more recipes in this book!


5/5

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