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Frozen vegetables

#1
Possibly a daft question...

It's getting cold, and I want some cosy homemade soups etc like my mum used to make!!
Due to working insane shifts I want to dust off the slow cooker, however, (here's the question) how well do frozen veg cook in a slow cooker? Anybody tried?
It's cheaper and easier for me to buy and use frozen veg due to my shifts you see.

Thanks in advance guys ^_^ x
 
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#6
Off the top of my head, I can't remember, but probably as I put frozen sweetcorn in everything lol

I imagine frozen veg would just defrost slowly in the slow cooker. Only problem I can think of is that if a lot of water comes out of them when they defrost, your dish could end up watery as there is nowhere for steam to escape to.
 
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#8
I cook peas, sweetcorn and baby carrots and they turn out fine. Haven't tried broccoli, sprouts or cauliflower which I think contain a lot of water when frozen. Trial and error I guess, maybe you could just lessen the water a bit. (lessen, thats gotta be bad english and grammer, tuttut!)

K x
 


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