Hit enter to search or ESC to close
The Crockpot home stove struck the market in 1970 and sales have been strong since. This product has changed nearly the way people prepare meals. The current models allow the cooking time and even recipes, to be pre-programmed. A crockpot represents the ultimate convenience when cooking dishes, vegetables and other types of food.
Cooking vegetables in the Crockpot allows the chef to prepare dishes like broccoli and cauliflower, candied soft potatoes and asparagus saucepan. There are hundreds of vegetable recipes available online and in baking books for slow cooking methods. Online, individuals can even add their names to a list to receive a weekly Crockpot recipe.
A simple recipe consists of cooking a variety of vegetables in the pot for use as a side dish. Wash and cut the vegetables, then place them in the Crocerty as they are still wet. Sprinkling a tablespoon or two olive oil on top, add a pinch of salt and pepper, then mix the vegetables to coat them. Cover it on the crockpot and cook the ingredients on a high heat for two to three hours or low heat for four hours, stirring and checking all hours. The result will be a blend of tasty and crisp vegetables that can be used as an ingredient in a recipe of meat or consumed as a dish of accompaniment.
People who do not like eating vegetables for themselves can use them as ingredients in an input recipe containing meat. Carrots, onions and other vegetables slow cooking roots must be placed at the bottom of the pan, under the meat. The ingredients on the bottom of the pot tend to cook faster than those from the top. The result will be that vegetables and meat end up cooking at the same time.
Cooking vegetables in a crockpot allow them to keep most of their color and nutrients. There are beautiful vegetable recipes with slow cooker available online and in cookbooks. Those who can not have enough of their vegetables will enjoy trying this cooking technique.
About the author