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Thread started 06/30/20 11:51am

DiminutiveRock
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Need Recipes for Crockpot Express

I just bought a Crockpot Express (opted for CP instead of Instapot) and it came wiht a little recipe booklet but I want to know if anyone has some good recipes to share.

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Reply #1 posted 06/30/20 12:31pm

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Wrong forum? Either I just had a moment or this was moved... but it is a good season to use the insta pot and Air Fryer (oh I used them outside too! keep that heat out)

I am more of an air fryer but sometimes I use the instapot to cook and the fryer to crisp!

Wings soak in water with salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, and hot pepper powder... for at least an hour... drain and pat dry sprinkle with the seasoning (except the salt) but add sugar... into the insta pot for 10 mins... then into the fryer at 400 for 7 to 10 mins to crisp.. (i put frozen frys in the fryer for 5 mins before I add the wings --i just put them on top)

and the reverse for short ribs...cook at 400 for like 5 mins each side (just shake) and then put in the instapot for about 10mins... dry season first...then fry then wet season in the instapot

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Reply #2 posted 06/30/20 2:04pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

Wrong forum? Either I just had a moment or this was moved... but it is a good season to use the insta pot and Air Fryer (oh I used them outside too! keep that heat out)

I am more of an air fryer but sometimes I use the instapot to cook and the fryer to crisp!

Wings soak in water with salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, and hot pepper powder... for at least an hour... drain and pat dry sprinkle with the seasoning (except the salt) but add sugar... into the insta pot for 10 mins... then into the fryer at 400 for 7 to 10 mins to crisp.. (i put frozen frys in the fryer for 5 mins before I add the wings --i just put them on top)

and the reverse for short ribs...cook at 400 for like 5 mins each side (just shake) and then put in the instapot for about 10mins... dry season first...then fry then wet season in the instapot

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[Edited 6/30/20 12:41pm]

thanks!

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Reply #3 posted 06/30/20 2:47pm

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I will use the short ribs recipe, delicious! 🍜 🍟 🍻 Who has a recipe for Oxtails?
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Reply #4 posted 06/30/20 6:57pm

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YouTube has some informative videos. Cheeseburger Casserole looks good. And smothered pork chops. Chili, beef stew, sausage and potatoes, beef and broccoli.
Cubed steak and gravy.
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Reply #5 posted 06/30/20 8:00pm

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Jerk chicken, curry chicken, beef pot roast, seafood gumbo, macaroni and cheese, lasagna, pulled pork, brisket.
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Reply #6 posted 06/30/20 8:20pm

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Jamaican oxtail and butter bean, Mongolian beef. Cajun chicken and shrimp.
Corned beef and cabbage, Goulash.
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Reply #7 posted 06/30/20 8:55pm

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Salisbury steaks, ziti, Jambalaya, chicken and rice. Cinnamon buns. Loaded baked potato soup. Meat loaf. Collard greens. Philly cheese steak. Red beans and rice, carne asada.
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Reply #8 posted 06/30/20 9:25pm

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Candied yams, roasted vegetables, bean soup, chicken fajitas.
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Reply #9 posted 07/01/20 7:26am

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All of these ^^^^^ sound great - thank you!

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Reply #10 posted 07/01/20 2:53pm

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Some more: Chicken with stuffing. Whole chicken. Slow cooked honey,garlic chicken. Chicken enchiladas. Winter vegetables. Scalloped potatoes. Salmon with Asian vegetables. Chile verde. Taco pasta. BBQ ribs.
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Dalia11 said:

Some more: Chicken with stuffing. Whole chicken. Slow cooked honey,garlic chicken. Chicken enchiladas. Winter vegetables. Scalloped potatoes. Salmon with Asian vegetables. Chile verde. Taco pasta. BBQ ribs. [Edited 7/1/20 14:57pm]

wait, enchiladas? biggrin

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Reply #12 posted 07/02/20 5:16pm

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Yep! 😃
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Reply #13 posted 07/02/20 5:51pm

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I just make up stuff. Great for cooking up a grip of veggies that way there's no excuses. Soda works well cooking meat. Dr.Pepper and pork with some seasonings, comes out pretty good. Have done salmon, sans soda, of course. Pretty good but you gotta be careful with fish, it is a bit unnecessary using a crockpot. Even did 20 garlic chicken once, my across the street neighbor wanted to know who was cooking garlic that early in the morning boxed
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Reply #14 posted 07/02/20 9:54pm

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onlyforaminute said:

I just make up stuff. Great for cooking up a grip of veggies that way there's no excuses. Soda works well cooking meat. Dr.Pepper and pork with some seasonings, comes out pretty good. Have done salmon, sans soda, of course. Pretty good but you gotta be careful with fish, it is a bit unnecessary using a crockpot. Even did 20 garlic chicken once, my across the street neighbor wanted to know who was cooking garlic that early in the morning boxed

lol - thanks for the tips!

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