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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Kalua Pig in a Slow Cooker
Absolutely wonderful!! I am not a big fan of fresh pork, but this recipe has converted me. I used a 7lb roast (bone-in), and it was fall-off-the-bone-tender in 12 hours. I took it out to cool before shredding and poured the liquid into a bowl which was placed in the freezer to separate and cool. Shredded the pork, removed areas of fat and separated half for a later meal. Then took the cooled liquid out of the freezer, removed/discarded the hardened fat on top and put the juices back into the crockpot. Shredded some cabbage and placed that in the cooker, topping it with the shredded pork. Cooked on low for another hour, or until the cabbage was softened. I did have to add some hot pepper seasoning to spice it up a little since I added the cabbage. Served over steamed rice. Very yum! Thank you for the recipe Kikuchan!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 3, 2010
Delicious Black Bean Burritos
Wonderful recipe----my guys asked for this again this week! Changes I made: 1.Used fat-free cream cheese and reduced-fat tortilla shells. 2.Boiled/shredded chicken breasts to up the protein. 3.Added a can(including liquid) chopped green chiles and a little salsa, to prevent the shredded chicken from drying the filling out. 4. The reduced-fat shells were a little dry looking, so I thickened a can of enchilada sauce and poured it over the top/sides. Topped with a little fat-free cheddar and just heated through in the oven. Next time, I might add the fat-free cheddar to the top after I heat the burritos/sauce in the oven to prevent it from forming that 'crust' on top. Thanks for this wonderful recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 4, 2009
Elaine's Sweet and Tangy Loose Beef BBQ
This recipe was awesome! I am not a big BBQ fan, but really liked the blend of flavors. I had thawed a 4lb Pikes Peak (similar to Rump Roast--very lean) roast to make jerky, but didn't have time to do so and needed to use it up. I cut the roast into chunks, threw all the ingredients into the crockpot, turned to high and went to work. When I came home, I shredded the meat and thickened the sauce with a little cornstarch/water slurry. Served on homemade Country Seed Bread from this site----yum! My men loved it. Here are the adjustments I made: 1.Was out of dry mustard, so used a squirt of yellow french's mustard. 2.Added a package of onion soup mix for extra flavor and texture. 3.Added one cup ketchup, 2 cups of a bottled sweet BBQ sauce, because I was low on ketchup. Thank you for such a good recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 4, 2009
 
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