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Author Topic: Quick and easy dinner ideas for coven discussion evenings  (Read 8702 times)
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« Reply #2: November 18, 2009, 10:49:08 pm »

Stews are AMAZINGLY EASY.  Throw in the meat, the veggies, the potatoes, the water.  Cover.  Walk away. Smiley  You can even prep it the night before, stick it in the fridge, and stick it in the crockpot right before you leave for work, though it's not recommended.

Even better throw in the meat (coated in flour and browned), stock, spices, and a little wine or ale/beer the night before (some onions and garlic are also great if you feel like browning them). Turn it on high for a couple of hours till you go to bed. Turn it to low, and leave it cooking until an hour or two before you're going to need it the next day (yes, cooking stew for 24 hours is perfectly reasonable), turn it up to high and throw in the veggies (you can stick them in at the beginning, but they have a tendency to get over-cooked which isn't an issue for the other ingredients). Two hours later you have the best stew you've ever tasted. Seriously. Cooking it more only makes it better. Same with most crockpot curries.
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