Browsing Category CROCKPOT RECIPES

Hungarian Goulash in the Crockpot

Paprika is the star in Hungarian Goulash! It is a delicious dish, traditionally served over spaetzle or flat noodles. There are many variations of Hungarian Goulash! You can vary this recipe by adding a little more or little less meat. I used stew meat since the crockpot makes meat so tender! This recipe has a yummy taste of sour cream stirred in at the last half…

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Steak San Marco

“Steak San Marco is a simple steak stew recipe that goes back decades, and it needs no updating! It is so unbelievably tasty and tender, I don’t mind leftovers the very next day! There are not many ingredients to it so you might wonder how it gets so delicious! The spices are simple but tasty! I used to make it on top of the stove…

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Chili, Like Wendy’s – For Real!

“Everyone has a favorite chili recipe, I am sure! Wendy’s Chili is our favorite, and I finally found a way to make it as good as theirs, even after trying so many of the copycat Wendy’s out there. Not one hit it right…except this one! Sometimes I change the type beans, depending on what I have, or I use 2 different kinds of beans, but…

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Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing Dinner

” If you want an easy version of chicken and stuffing, this is a great time saver! And it is SO TASTY! Chicken or Turkey and Stuffing is one of my husband Bill’s very favorite meals, and he LOVED this! Use chicken or turkey boneless breasts, or cut -up chicken pieces, or you can cut the chicken into bite-size pieces. Use whatever you like! Pictured…

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Crockpot Beef Barley Soup

“Based on Betty Crocker’s wonderful recipe for Beef Barley Soup, this one’s a keeper! I love the broth of this, thickened by the barley only. Add petite diced tomatoes, and at the end of the cook time add any veggies you happen to feel like! The technique is foolproof! You can’t go wrong! I’ve tried it with dumplings, potatoes, and small pieces of cabbage. Use…

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