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Green Day Vegetarian Slow cooker recipes

#4
Morocan slow cooked veg stew
oil
small onion ,chopped
clove of garlic,crushed
large butternut squash peeled and cube ( tho i leave the skin on,much easier and doesnt seem to affect the taste)
2 carrots,peeled and sliced
i 400g can of chopped tomatoes
125ml veg stock
1/2 tspn chilli flakes
tsp ground cumin
1/2 tsp cinamon
400g can chick peas,drained
salt and pepper

saute the onions and garlic,add the reamining ingredients ,cover and cook on a very low heat for at least 2 hours OR throw it all in the slow cooker and forget about it ;-)

serve with couscous

This is actually a ww recipe so may need tweeking for sw
 
#5
MommyB you are a star! That looks like a delicious free green dinner to me. No tweeking required if using frylight.

I never considered a slow cooker for veggie meals, but have just spent the past hour comparing them online and I now think I NEED one LOL

Honey - will let you know how I get on. Please share your tried and tested ideas too x
 
#8
I did quorn in the slow cooker today and it was very nice. Nothing fancy, but very succulent and it held its shape.

Started some onions and garlic off in frylight in a frying pan. Added to SC along with

a bag of frozen quorn Swedish style balls
a carton of passata
mushrooms
frozen sweetcorn
tablespoon of mixed herbs
half teaspoon of hot chilli powder
black pepper

After only 2 hours on high it was probably ready, but we were not ready to eat so left it on low for another hour. I don't really have the hang of this yet!

Served it on spaghetti with cheese on top.

I ordered a cookbook from Amazon today and will report back if I find anything exciting.

PS - the Moroccan stew was even better on day 2. It tasted like it had honey in it even though it didn't.
 
#9
Silly Sausage - usually most recipes are 4 hours on high or 8 hours on low...... if you have medium, you guessed it -6 hours :)
 
#10
Thanks Gobolino.

I don't think there is much cooking in quorn so it didn't take long. Was nice to have dinner cooking in the pot though without fear of it sticking and burning a pan. Hopefully soon I will be confident enough to leave it on all day and go out. I still have visions of burning the house down!! LOL
 
#11
I dont know about burning the house down but one night I put a rice pud on for a bit too long - it was caramel in colour but didnt actually have burnt bits...... not too nice now. In future I'd do the rice pud for a few hours in the evening while I'm around :)

I've done a nice veggie soup this week with just veggies (I used sweede, carrot, turnip, onion, sweet potato, butternut squash, potato) cooked on the hob in a little synned utterly butterly and then popped in the slow cooker with some veg stock - lovely yummy stuff!
 
#13
i love my slow cooker, would not be without it !! HAve invested in a rice cooker today too-a girl can never have too many kitchen gadgets !!

Glad you liked the stew sillysausage- i have some other recipes, i will look them out for you over the next couple of days
 

*honey

Silver Member
#15
bought this book today



Will let you know what i try and how good they are, certainly looks like there is some good recipes in there, need a SW tweak though.
 
#20
Wooohoo! My book has been delivered! :D

Will be back in 8 hours to report on my white bean and fennel soup attempt.

It is supposed to have oil, milk and stilton in it. No chance. It also requires a fennel bulb, funnily enough. I grew some fennel in my garden this year, but it did not form bulbs. I will be making the soup with the feathery leaves instead. They smell nice and liquoricey so hopefully they will do the job.

Laters :)
 


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