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Crock Pot Recipes

Started by Lee - GKD DT/Moderator. Last reply by Cheryl Hughey Oct 20, 2013. 10 Replies

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Foodie Blogs............Share Here!!!

Started by Lee - GKD DT/Moderator. Last reply by ANA BELEN GONZALEZ AFONSO Feb 28, 2012. 12 Replies

Got some wonderful and favorite Food/Recipe Blogs you want to share??  Post away and I'll keep this main post edited to add the links to keep them easy to find! …Continue

MUFFINS-COFFEE CAKES & More

Started by Kim Neff. Last reply by Kim Neff Nov 7, 2011. 1 Reply

Do you have a favorite to go along with a good cup of coffee or tea?

HOLIDAY COOKIES & BAKING

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Dig in that old recipe box for Grandma's favorites...we would love for you to share them!

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Comment by Keith M Waugh 8 hours ago

Pea Soup: You use a pressure cooker - I use a stick blender - HaHa!!!

Comment by Gabi Heinrich 8 hours ago

Thanks, Keith.  Agree, for the Gumbo I wouldn't use the pc.  I use it a lot for dried legumes and some braised meat dishes.  My split pea soup turns out great in the pc and takes only about 15 minutes.  I guess it's time to get the ol' crock pot out, LOL!

Comment by Keith M Waugh 9 hours ago

Gabi, I use dried herbs, but I would think that fresh could also be used. I'm a "brown" thumb person... the antithesis of the gardener in everyone else! A pressure cooker would not be appropriate. Your crock pot or a simple stove top pot could be used.

I've got your sandwich recipe saved for later this fall.

Comment by Gabi Heinrich 9 hours ago

Hi all.  I'm not sure how consistent I'll be on here, but, yummmm!  How could I resist looking at all of these recipes and not want to join?  Talking about grilled sandwiches, one of my fav's is Italian style bread with steamed asparagus spears, pineapple slices and swiss.  I know it sounds odd, but totally scrumptious.

Keith, that Gumbo recipe sounds delish.  Do you make it with fresh or dried herbs?  I've got lots of fresh growing, so would love to give that a try.

I have a crock pot but rarely use it.  I do use my pressure cooker a lot.  

Comment by Keith M Waugh 21 hours ago

My mother's mother spoke english as a second language. Cajun was her native tongue and we had relatives who lived in the swamps of Louisiana who didn't even speak english. It was from my grandmother that I got this recipe:

Seafood Gumbo

Ingredients:

4 Tbls. Oil
4 Tbls. Flour
1 Large Onion, Chopped
2 cans (14.5 oz.) diced tomatoes
1 Bell Pepper, Minced
1 Stalks Celery, Minced
1/4 Cup Chopped Parsley
1/2 tsp. Thyme
1 Tbls. Basil
1 Tbls. Worcestershire Sauce
1 lbs. Shrimp, Peeled & Deveined
1 lb. Crab
1/2 lb. spicy sausage, thinly sliced.
1 Pint Oysters
2 Quarts Water
Salt & Pepper to taste
2 Tbls. Gumbo Filè (powdered sassafras leaves - primary flavoring ingredient.)

Make a dark roux by browning the flour in the oil, constantly stirring over medium low heat until brick in color (about 30 minutes).
Add the finished roux to a stock pot.
Add everything to the stock pot except the shrimp, crab and oysters. Simmer for 1 hour.
Add oysters and simmer an additional 1/2 hour.
Remove from the heat and add crab and shrimp.
Let stand for 15 minutes.

Serve over bed of cooked rice and sprinkle with additional Gumbo File as desired.

Comment by Melissa Vannoy yesterday

Ooooooh!  I'm curious - grilling a peanut butter sandwich - butter, bread, peanut butter??  Will definitely trying this asap!

Comment by Lee - GKD DT/Moderator yesterday

Oooo I've never tried grilling a pb sammie!  I'll have to try that!!  Hubby and I don't like mushrooms....I know....but we've tried them and just...ick! LOL

Comment by Keith M Waugh yesterday

Lee, America's Test Kitchen puts out an annual "Cooking For Two" cookbook that has wonderful ideas. After using those for a couple of years I final got the hang of reduced amounts for serving one or two in nearly any recipe. Some dishes I continue to fix for the basic 4 people because I want leftovers! :) But, I don't feel obligated. And you're right, this is the beginning of the soup and grilled sandwich season - sandwiches beyond the traditional grilled cheese or grilled peanut butter or grilled ham and cheese or grilled roast beef and cheese. How about substituting a slice of tomato or a portabella mushroom cap in place of any meat in a grilled meat and cheese sandwich?

Comment by Lee - GKD DT/Moderator yesterday

Oh and it's the perfect weather for that Keith!!  I really need to use my crock pot more....with the kids just recently moved out I need to readjust recipes for just the two of us now! LOL

Comment by Keith M Waugh yesterday

I like crock pot recipes. Many of mine are adapted to a smaller 2 qt. crock pot since I cook just for myself.:

Split Pea Soup

(2 Quarts)

1/2 pound split peas

1 Cup Diced Smoked Ham

1/2 yellow sweet onion

1 tbls. Minced Garlic

1 Bay Leaf

Dash of Kosher Salt

Put all ingrediants into crock pot.

Cover everything with 2" of water.

Cook on high until peas are tender (about 3 hours), adding water as needed.

Remove Bay Leaf. Turn crock pot heat to low.

Blend with stick blender until nearly smooth.

Wait 30 minutes with crock pot on low.

Blend with stick blender once again until very smooth.

 

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