I thought my mother had taught me all of her best tricks in the kitchen, but no — she had one more for me, which she casually let drop while in the middle of our Costco shopping expedition. It's this: She buys bulk salmon from Costco and cooks it all at once in the slow cooker. And it's darn good. Not only is the slow cooker fantastic for this kind of batch cooking, it's also an extremely good way to ensure tender, succulent salmon every time, no matter how many fillets you're cooking…
Pork Tenderloin - so good! The pan sauce is what it is all about. Dip your bread in it!!! (marinated in olive oil soy sauce red wine vinegar lemon juice Worcestershire sauce parsley dry mustard pepper and garlic)
1 envelope ranch dressing (dried) 1 envelope Italian dressing 1 envelope brown gravy mix Potatoes and Carrots 1 to 1-1/2 cup water What you do: 1. If you wanted carrots and potatoes in your CrockPot, cut them to your liking and put in the bottom of your CrockPot. 2.Put Roast on top of vegatables. 3.Sprinkle all 3 spice envelopes on top. 4.Add the water. 5.Cook on LOW for 6-10 hours until tender and veggies cooked through.
Classic beef- and rice-stuffed peppers are now easier to make than ever with some help from your slow cooker. Use any good melting cheese you like! Mozzarella, Jack or even pepper Jack would all be delicious substitutes for the Cheddar.