Slash your kitchen time this St. Patrick’s Day by making crockpot corned beef and cabbage. Apple juice, orange, mustard, and cloves give a delightful twist of flavor to the corned beef.
Tender, juicy Cranberry Dijon Pork Roast is the perfect fall main dish for the family. Cranberries and Dijon mustard pair beautifully with the mild flavor of pork, and the crockpot does most of the work for you. Canned cranberry sauce is used, so you should have no problem making it year-round.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive entree, look no further than Crockpot Glazed Turkey Legs. Turkey is generally cheaper than chicken these days and has a richer flavor. Your crockpot comes to the rescue in this case. The orange glaze is sweet and spicy — the perfect complement for the rich meat. Lastly, it’s easy to make!
Crockpot or oven, this magical spice mix will transform your pork roast into mouthwatering deliciousness. Great, inexpensive entree for the budget-conscious family.
Fresh, dried, or frozen figs and cherries paired with tarragon and balsamic vinegar make a perfect flavor packet for inexpensive chicken thighs and drumsticks in the oven or crockpot.
Lamb shanks are not very tender and require slow braising. The crockpot is the perfect choice to tenderize tough meat.
Guinness beef stew has become a classic favorite for many families, and it couldn’t be easier to make in the crockpot. The stout beer adds a richness to gravy and enhances the flavor of the beef. Serve it over rice, mashed potatoes, or noodles for a hearty meal. The gravy is to die for, but you won’t taste any beer flavor.
Beef tips are a richly-flavored entree that goes perfectly with mashed potatoes, rice or buttered noodles. When made with sirloin steak, they are called “sirloin tips.” Duh! However, I much prefer them made with chuck roast rather than sirloin, and here’s why. Sirloin is a lean cut of meat. It […]