Slow and Easy Beef StewWhat could be more delicious than a good basic beef stew. When you make it in the slow cooker - dinner is ready when you are. Stews always taste better the next day, so any leftovers will make a perfect lunch.Petite Pot RoastSlow Cooker Spanish Pot RoastTake it slow
When you're really tight on time, the slow cooker is the solution for entertaining. Assemble dinner and set it to simmer in the morning - complete all other tasks while it cooks without you.
Beef Pot Roast with Braised VegetablesClassic Beef Pot Roast makes a delicious meal that is ready when you are when made in the slow cooker. If you don't own a slow cooker, cook the pot roast and vegetables in a heavy Dutch oven pot at 325°F (160°C) in the oven for about 3 hours or until fork-tender.Slow-Cooker Beef PoutineThis super-simple crowd-pleasing recipe uses basic pantry ingredients that come together in a snap - you're free to play all day as dinner simmers in the slow cooker!Slow Cooker Pulled Beef Barbecoa-styleThe slow-cooker is great to use all year-round. Use it in summer to help keep your kitchen cool and ensure that you are out of the kitchen enjoying summer-fun! If you find Ancho chili paste in the grocery store, you can substitute it for the canned chipotle peppers.Corned Beef Dinner with Marmalade GlazeThis recipe is a perennial favourite for St. Patrick's day. Use a large slow cooker (20 to 24 cup or 5 to 6 L) for this recipe. If you have a smaller one, cut the corned beef brisket to fit. The cabbage is cooked separately after meat is finished so it won't impart its strong flavour to the other vegetables. Serve with your favourite mustard.Slow-Cooker Beef GoulashServe this hearty dish with a dollop of sour cream if you like and steaming hot egg noodles or mashed potatoes. This recipe makes enough for casual entertaining or make the Small Batch Version (below) to serve a small family (serves 2 with leftovers).Slow Cooker Spiced Beef BrisketWith the slow cooker started in the morning, dinner is ready when you are!Italian Beef Stuffed PeppersStuffed peppers are a classic slow-cooker meal. Since they are quick and easy to prepare, this beef recipe will be a welcome addition to your family’s repertoire.Slow-Cooker Greek Beef Pot Roast with Garden Orzo SaladMake this easy slow-cooker recipe with your favourite Pot Roast: Cross Rib, Blade or Shoulder. If you want to make in the oven, brown and cook the roast in a heavy covered Dutch Oven pot or cast-iron roaster at an oven temperature of 325°F (160°C) for 3 hours or until fork-tender.Slow Cooker Marvellous Mushroom Pot RoastPot roasts make the most comforting one-pot meals. And bonus – they’re so simple to make: Just brown meat and flavourings, add a liquid for cooking, cover and slow-simmer - that's all there is to it! “In terms of tenderness, I would give the roast 5 stars.” —Reader CommentSlow-cooker Vietnamese Style Beef Pot Roast with Asian SlawThis slow-cooker pot roast is definitely not of the "ho-hum" variety. Serve roast with the Asian Slaw and some jasmine rice or Asian noodles. For a next day meal, make a Vietnamese-style sandwich by layering some leftover beef and Asian Slaw atop a sliced toasted baguette. TO MAKE WITHOUT A SLOW COOKER: Cook the pot roast with the sauce in the Dutch oven pot, covered with tight fitting lid in a 325°F (160°C) oven for about 3 hours or until meat is fork tender.Slow-Cooker South-Western Pulled BeefPulled Beef is the perfect food for après ski, après skate and après snow shovelling -- and since it is done in the slow cooker, it is especially easy on the cook! Make a large roast so you get leftovers that can become several next-day lunch or dinner options -- try the Shepherd's Pie or Quesadillas (recipes at end of Pulled Beef recipe).
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