Slow Cooker Pork Paprikash

Slow Cooker Pork Paprikash by Helen Doberstein

A Rich and Savory Dinner for a Workday, Company or a Crowd Generously serves 15 with a little left over.

1 vote
Chicken and Dumplings

Chicken and Dumplings by Bob Towlson

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Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut Squash Soup by Mellie Duffy

This is an easy,healthy, tasty recipe using seasonal butternut squash. It's so good on a chilly fall night! I microwave the squash for 2 minutes and let cool before peeling it. It makes it a lot easier to peel. Vegetable stock can be used instead of chicken stock if desired. I like to use 99% fat free, 33% reduced sodium chicken…

1 vote
Slow Cooker Burritos

Slow Cooker Burritos by Penny Hawkins

Slow Cooker Burritos are a perfectly delicious example of what you can create with your slow cooker in warm weather. In fact, they're so good, you might just forget all about the heat outside for a while.

1 vote
Stuffed Chicken With Eggplant

Stuffed Chicken With Eggplant by Galina R. Gibson

I love to cook with fresh foods! Even if I'm going to roast it in the pan, chicken is one of the best meats! I experiment all the time with mixing and matching fresh veggies that compliment the taste of chicken.

1 vote
Quick & Easy Spicy Vegetarian Mexican Chilli

Quick & Easy Spicy Vegetarian Mexican Chilli by A2Z Healthy Vegetarian Cuisine

Know What You Eat: There is nothing like a hot bowl of chili on a cold winter/rainy day. It is the perfect combination of protein, carbohydrates, spices and with colorful vegetables. Black beans has the amazing protein-plus-fiber content, from a single, one-cup serving of black beans you get nearly 15 grams of fiber which is found…

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Simply Smoked Potato Wedges

Simply Smoked Potato Wedges by Curt Despres

This is a very simple way to add a side of potato wedges to the smoker while doing the main dish on the smoker. Such as ribs, a nice beef roast, or maybe a whole chicken. This will take you all of 15 minutes to prepare, and about 1 1/2 hours to cook to perfection. Depending on the spices you choose, they can be sweet, salty, sour,…

1 vote
Minestrone Soup

Minestrone Soup by Michele Grason

A great soup with lots of veggies!

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Slow Cooked Pork Chops with Apples and Onions

Slow Cooked Pork Chops with Apples and Onions by Natasha Pagnotta

This is just a quick way to do Pork Chops. They just fall apart from the slow cooking. The apples and onions turn into a nice sauce to top them with. You can make these in the oven or in a slow cooker

1 vote
Country Style Beans

Country Style Beans by Beth Roan

These beans were so good!! My picky daughter even had seconds.

1 vote
Creamy Mac and Cheese

Creamy Mac and Cheese by Deborrah Justice

1 vote
Slow Cooker Chicken Marsala

Slow Cooker Chicken Marsala by Denise

I love chicken marsala but I hate the clean up. Just as tasty as tradition Marsala.

2 votes
Honey-Orange Chicken

Honey-Orange Chicken by RecipeKing

Honey-Orange Chicken is a delicious Japanese style option for barbecued chicken drumsticks. Honey, garlic, ginger, crushed red pepper, soy sauce and sesame seeds combined together for a spicy syrupy coating for this delicious Oriental style chicken cooked in the slow cooker and also a healthy, low calories, low fat, low sodium, low…

1 vote
Ken's Lemon Rub for Lamb Spareribs

Ken's Lemon Rub for Lamb Spareribs by Ken Podgorsek

This lemon rub is great on lamb and chicken. The mint and lemon are a classic combination. Slow roasted in the oven, they gave the meat a slight citrus flavor. The rub was used to season pasture raised lamb spareribs Incredible flavor and a great crust on the ribs. We also used the rub on a whole chicken with great results.

2 votes
No Touch Turnips Paula Wolferts' Way

No Touch Turnips Paula Wolferts' Way by kathy gori

This seems to be the week of no touch, no stir, nearly hands off cooking. Easter became a menu of simple, down home Italian dishes that I felt I just had to share even if they're off topic from my usual Indian fare. How does someone get to be 91 years old without eating a turnip....ever? To what is that attributed? The fact that…

2 votes