Crockpot recipes are time efficient, nutritious and economical. Crockpots (or slow cookers) have a short history (introduced by the Rival Company in the 1970’s) but made a great impact on busy families. This method of slow cooking was a revolution to family dinner. It made it possible to combine all the ingredients for Crockpot recipes in the pot before leaving the house in the morning. Upon arrival back home in the late afternoon, dinner is ready to serve. What an innovation! Delicious entrees like a beef burgundy recipe, Crockpot vegetable beef soup or a Crockpot chicken recipe could delight the family after a busy day.
CROCKPOT VEGETABLE BEEF SOUP
There are many recipes for soup. This hearty Crockpot vegetable beef soup provides a meal in one with the beef and all the vegetables. Finish it off with some hot crusty bread.
Cut meat into small cubes. Put all ingredients into crock pot. Heat on high and then reduce heat. Cook 8 to 10 hours.
BEEF BURGUNDY RECIPE
Crockpot recipes for gourmet entrees like a beef burgundy recipe are a breeze and your family will be amazed.
Cut steak into small cubes. Coat the steak with the flour. In a hot skillet with the oil, brown the floured meat.
Transfer the meat to a crock pot and add remaining ingredients. Heat on high until all ingredients is hot. Then reduce heat to low and cook about 5 hours or until steak is tender.
Remove bay leaves and serve over noodles.
BARBEQUE BEEF RECIPE
Crockpot recipes with wonderful aroma like this all time favorite barbeque beef recipe will welcome anyone home from a busy day. You can serve it with a salad or how about on a sub roll!
Brush roast with a little flour. Put olive oil in a skillet and heat on moderately high temperature. Add the roast to the skillet and brown a little.
Transfer the roast to a crock pot. Add the onion, barbeque sauce and water. Cook on high 4 to 5 hours, or until very tender.
CHICKEN PAPRIKASH RECIPE
This is one of the Crockpot recipes fit for a king! This Crockpot chicken recipe called chicken paprikash recipe is one of my favorites. Of course the sour cream (one of my favorite ingredients) has a lot to do with it.
Put chicken, green peppers, onion, garlic, salt, pepper, paprika and the 1 ½ cups of water into the crock pot. Cover and heat on high. Reduce temperature and cook 7 to 8 hours or until chicken is tender. Remove chicken from the pot.
Blend the flour with the ½ cup cold of water until smooth. Slowly add the flour mixture to the mixture in the pot, stirring constantly until thickened. Blend in the sour cream to the pot mixture.
Return chicken to the crock pot and heat all together until hot. Do not boil. Serve over cooked noodles.