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    Slow cooker recipes

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    Tried finding some recipes on the forum for slow cookers but couldn`t so
    would anybody like to share their culinary secrets with me please ?
    Cheers

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    This blog is a good place to start.

    A Year of Slow Cooking

    She is not strictly Primal but you could easily primalize many of the recipes, e.g. leave out the lentils. It will give you some ideas to get started.

    Happy cooking.

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    Cheers for that some real good ideas.
    Will start experementing tomorrow night onwards

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    Search MDA for cinnamon slow cooked pork. It uses the slow cooker and comes out amazing!

    Also, there's a recipe for beef stew that calls for a pressure cooker. However, I adapted it to slow cooker (basically, just cook it for 7-8 hours) and it rocks.

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    This one is awesome...

    Salsa Chicken Stew

    2-3 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts (or thighs)
    1 medium red onion, halved then quartered
    2 poblano peppers, seeded and sliced into large chunks
    6 peeled garlic cloves
    jar Green Mountain Gringo Roasted Pepper Salsa
    1 can of fire roasted diced tomatoes with chiles (or Rotel)
    1 Tbsp fresh chopped cilantro
    1 tsp Ancho Chili Powder
    1 tsp Cumin
    tsp Sea Salt
    1 cup chicken stock

    Place all ingredients in slow cooker. Cover and cook on high for 4-5 hours or low for 8+ hours. Shred with a fork, if desired.

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    Allow me to direct you to these two blogs:

    My Paleo CrockPot
    Nom Nom Paleo

    nomnompaleo isn't strictly just slow cooker recipes, but there are some good ones in there. Check out Kalua Pork. Super simple and super delicious.
    kiss = keep it simple, sister!

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    Also meats that might sometimes be a bit tough and/or "gamey" do really well with the "low and slow" crockpot method. My recipes for goat leg is this. One bag of frozen pearl onions (enough to cover the bottom of your pot). Rub the goat leg with garam masala spices (you could use any spice mix, this is just my favorite.) put the leg in the pot with a couple of cups of broth around it. 8 hours later you have a falling off the bone tender piece of goat and your house smells delectable.

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    2-3 pounds of chuck roast, half-thawed so it's easier to cut.

    Cut into small pieces, I usually go for roughly domino-sized.

    Put in slow cooker and cook on low for 6-7 hours.

    This will yield some delicious, tender meat with lots of juice. From there you can put everything in one container, or divide it between the meat and juices. I like to do the later since then I can easily use the hardened layer of tallow that forms on top of the juices when they're chilled as a cooking fat. I eat the meat cold, warmed up, with or without some of the juices. I use the juices on the meat or on veggies. It's delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buoy1 View Post
    Search MDA for cinnamon slow cooked pork. It uses the slow cooker and comes out amazing!
    holy crap. I remember seeing that the first time, thinking it looked pretty good. Now I happen to be craving cinnamon something fierce, so i think that's def gonna be happening soon.

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