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Posted: 26-Oct-2006, 04:43 PM
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Recipe Name: CROCKPOT ITALIAN SAUSAGES
Category: CROCKPOT
Serves: 6

4 lbs. Italian sausages (sweet or hot)
2 medium green peppers sliced
1 large onion sliced
30 oz jar favorite spaghetti sauce

Cook sausage whole in covered frying pan. Drain and slice. Put all ingredients in crockpot and cook 2-3 hours on high. Turn to low to keep warm.


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Goodness! I never thought of putting Italian sausages in a crock pot! Thanks,Shadows!



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Posted: 16-Jan-2007, 04:19 PM
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I just posted a recipe in the "winter recipes" contest section for "Spicy 5 Can Mexican Chicken"... Easy to make... tasty to eat!

My Italian husband Brian makes a killer crock pot of Spaghetti sauce and Sausage... It's easy:

2 cans (32) oz each of tomato sauce
1 (16) oz can tomato paste (can add more paste if you like it thicker)
2 (15) oz cans italian style diced tomatoes
Dried Italian seasoning & lots of garlic powder - to your own taste
3 - 6 TBSP chili power, whatever
1/4 to 1/2 cup of sugar (I use organic) - again to taste (you can also use Splenda for those on sugar restricted diets)
Uncle Charlie's HOT Italian sausage (This IS the rolls royce of sausage in my book!) - about 8 - 10 whole sausages
1 large bell pepper - chopped
1 large onion - chopped
Mushrooms - optional (I leave them out.. hubby hates them)

Method:
Dump all the tomato products, seasonings, chili powder & sugar into the crock pot and mix well. Set crock pot to the low setting.

Brown your sausages in a skillet until cooked all the way through, drain and place (whole) in the sauce. Brown your peppers & onions (& mushrooms if you use them) in a little bit of olive oil. Dump into the sauce. Stir everything together, cover and cook 5 - 7 hours on low. Serve over hot pasta with fresh parmesian cheese on top! Mmmmm

Brian and I eat this every Sunday!!! We call it "Spaghetti Sunday"


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Oh my goodness, CelticJenny! I so love this recipe! Thank so much for sharing. I am half-Italian myself so I will try this. Gotta check out your Mexican recipe too! anything I can put in a crock pot is all more the better! And we always eat Italian sausages with our Italian food! Thanks so much! smile.gif
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QUOTE (CelticRose @ 16-Jan-2007, 05:26 PM)
Oh my goodness, CelticJenny! I so love this recipe! Thank so much for sharing. I am half-Italian myself so I will try this. Gotta check out your Mexican recipe too! anything I can put in a crock pot is all more the better! And we always eat Italian sausages with our Italian food! Thanks so much! smile.gif

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I was looking at the other recipes above... As soon as I find the time, I'm going to copy some down and get in the kitchen and start cooking!!! .... as my husband would say..

"Get in the kitchen & cook woman!!!"
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GUINNESS IRISH STEW

Our slow cooker has a metal pot. I dredge 2 lbs lamb stew meat in flour, salt & pepper, and brown it in olive oil (sometimes bacon fat...yeah, I know; but it tastes better) in the pot on the stove top. I set the meat aside, and sauté a chopped onion until caramelized, and set the onions aside with the meat. I brown the leftover flour in the pot, then deglaze it with a pint of Guinness, scraping up all the bits from the bottom. In goes the lamb, onions, some red potatoes cut up like big thick steak fries (skin on), some of those already-peeled baby carrots, some fresh thyme and a bay leaf. On goes the lid, and I cook it on High for about 3 hours, until the potatoes are done. Garnish with chopped fresh parsley, serve with brown bread, butter, and Guinness.

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Posted: 22-Jan-2007, 07:21 PM
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Thanks Emmet. You just made my mouth water.


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Oh YUM! A person should restrain from reading this stuff when your hungry.....

Love crockery cooking.. specially with wild game..

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Yeah, I agree, Rindy! I love wild game! My hubby will not eat it...the goof! LOL His brother and I did trick him into eating buffalo once. He did like it. I love anything from the wild, but sure hate to see what happens to creatures before it gets to my plate. Tis life.

Looking forward to more crockery cooking recipes!
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Anyone have more crockery cooking recipes?
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Gosh Shadows! I am hungry reading these recipes.

Wanted to share that I just purchased a new crockpot cook book. Has some really great recipes. It is called, "Crockpot, The Original Slow Cooker" published in China 2011. Has four books in one: Appetizers, soups & stews, side dishes & main dishes. I highly recommend this cookbook for crockery cookers. smile.gif
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Just perfect for today's wintery weather smile.gif

Slow-Cooker Beef Stroganoff


1 lb. (450 g) Cubed Stewing Beef
1 Onion,Chopped
1 Cup Chopped Fresh Mushrooms
1/2 Cup 25% Less-Sodium Beef Broth
1/2 Cup (1/2 of 250 g Tub) Philadelphia Herb & Garlic Cream Cheese Spread
1 Tbsp. Flour
225 g (1/4 of 900 g Pkg.) Fettuccine, Uncooked


Place meat, onions and mushrooms in slow cooker.

Add broth; stir. Cover with lid. Cook on LOW 6 to 8 hours (or on HIGH 3 to 4 hours). Meanwhile, cooking pasta as directed on package, omitting salt, about 20 min. before ready to serve meat mixture.

Drain pasta. Mix cream cheese spread and flour. Add to meat mixture; stir until cream cheese is completely melted and mixture is well blended. Place pasta in large bowl. Add meat mixture; toss to coat.

Substitute: Prepare using shiitake or chanterelle mushrooms.

Special Extra: You can also add garlic cloves and pepper to crock pot prior to cooking. For added flavour and colour, sprinkle with chopped fresh parsley just before serving.

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Slow Cooker Cheesy Chicken & Potatoes


1 Large Green Pepper, Chopped
1 lb. (450 g) Red Potatoes (about 3), Very Thinly Sliced
1 tsp. Paprika 8 Small Bone-in chicken Thighs (1-1/2 lb./675 g), Skin Removed
1 Can (10 fl oz/284 mL) Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup
1/2 Cup Cheez Whiz Cheese Spread
1 Tbsp. Worcestershire Sauce
1/4 Cup Chopped Fresh Parsley


Place peppers in slow cooker sprayed with cooking spray; top with potatoes. Sprinkle paprika over chicken. Place 4 thighs in slow cooker; cover with soup and remaining thighs. Cover with lid.

Cook on LOW 6 to 8 hours (or on HIGH 3 to 4 hours).

Use slotted spoon to transfer chicken and vegetables to platter; cover to keep warm. Set slow cooker on HIGH. Add Cheez Whiz and Worcestershire sauce to reserved liquid in slow cooker; stir. Cover with lid; cook 5 min. Stir until Cheez Whiz is completely melted and sauce is well blended. Spoon over chicken and vegetables; top with parsley.
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Fall is a great time to use your crockpot/slowcooker. If you are out doing yard work, raking leaves, putting your garden to bed or out hunting your crockpot can be making your dinner for you.

Anyone have more recipes for the crock?
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