GT Chefs- Some Crook Pot ideas with pictures!

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  1. tbhracing

    tbhracing Senior Member

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    Got these from a childhood friend who lives in the Phx, AZ area. Looks super easy and I will report back after I try them....TBHR


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    Tonights Menu: Old World Chicken and Veggies..(looks a bit like yesterday but different seasonings and meat)..Prep time: 15 min, throw in crock pot and cook all day....not having to spend the day in the kitchen priceless!

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    Ingredients1 1/2 lb Beef flank steak **
    1 Onion; sliced
    1 Green pepper; sliced
    1 Red pepper; sliced
    1 Jalapeno chile pepper; ... See More
    1 tb Cilantro
    2 Cloves garlic; minced
    1 ts Chili powder
    1 ts Ground cumin
    1 ts Ground coriander
    1/4 ts Salt
    8 oz Tomatoes; canned, chopped
    12 Flour tortillas

    PreparationCut flank steak into 6 portions to fit into crock pot. In any size crock pot, combine meat, onion, peppers, cilantro, garlic, chili powder, cumin, coriander and salt. Add tomatoes. Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours (or on high 4-5 hours). Remove meat from crock pot and shred. Return meat to crock pot and stir. To serve fajitas, spread meat mixture on tortillas and add favorite toppings. Toppings: Sour cream, guacamole, shredded cheese, salsa (or use whatever toppings suit you). Recipe by: Womans Day Magazine
     
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  3. jr05

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    That's a weird crock pot...

    and I 2nd the no liquid thing...is the liquid just from the juices from the steak?
     
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    I'll throw a pork butt in the crock pot and cover it in BBQ sauce. It's pretty good for not spending all day smoking it over hickory chips.

    I'll pan sear a bottom round in butter, then put it in the crockpot and cover it with beef stock. After cooking all day it's so tender that it cuts with a fork. My wife said it's her favorite crockpot dish.
     
  5. tbhracing

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    Liquid- I assumed she used Olice Oil and this was the answer I got back-

     
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  7. 22GlockTx

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    That crook is full of crock. Or maybe this crock thread is full of crooks.:wow:
     
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    Can't you read? It's a crook pot.
     
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    Liquid or not that look enough to eat... Mmmmmm.
     
  10. tbhracing

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    Answer straight from my friend-