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A superb taste of Italian cuisine, made even better by slow-cooking.
Choose how hot you want your chilli to be and let long cooking blend the flavours to perfection with this delicious chilli con carne recipe.
A superb British recipe using simple ingredients combined to produce a classic meal which all the family will enjoy. Simple to cook and it freezes well.
A delicious soup which uses leftover chicken and in season vegetables. Suitable for winter and summer eating.
Slow cook your Keema Curry for the easiest and best results ever with our top recipe.
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Perfect Bolognese Sauce cooked long and slow for tender meat bursting full of Italian flavour.
The perfect way to cook lamb shanks for maximum flavour and tenderness.
An economical slow cooker recipe which uses pearl barley to bulk out the tender lamb. It adds texture and thickens making a perfect casserole.
A traditional South Thai curry with Massaman curry paste for a fragrant finish. Serve with boiled rice to let the flavour of the curry shine through.
Cubes of beef cooked with vegetables and a thick gravy for that traditional and warming flavour.
Very tasty, cheap ingredients, easy to make. All these go to make this an excellent recipe.
The tastiest ever Shepherds Pie using your slow cooker. It really does make a difference cooking beef mince this way.
A creamy chicken bake which is easy top cook and provides four filling main meals.
Lamb meatballs flavoured with Greek spices all smothered in a rich tomato sauce. Heavenly.
A mild beef curry with raisins and diced apple. The two flavours of curried meat and fruit is truly delicious.
This recipe brings out the amazing flavour of good quality sausages. The other vegetables and beans add their own flavours and soak up the spiciness of the sausages.
A very easy recipe because there is almost no preparation. Chop up some of the ingredients, place them in the slow cooker pot in order and cook. A delicious evening meal.
Best end neck of lamb is delicious cut of meat. Full of flavour but not too fatty. Cook it with carrots, potatoes and lots of seasoning for an easy, delicious stew.
Chunks of pork, mushrooms, tomatoes, sage and a few other ingredients to give a deliciously rich and satisfying casserole.
Tasty pork with pineapple cooked in the oven or slow-cooker at a low temperature.
A fruity French Beef Stew Provencal recipe. This can be cooked in a slow cooker or in the oven at a low heat.
Based on an Italian recipe, this lamb stew has a tomato based sauce with rosemary being the key herb. Our recipe allows you to easily convert this stew into a one-pot meal.
A traditional Cottage Pie recipe with the filling slow cooked. Supremely tender and full of rich flavours.
Leek and potato soup, nothing better for a warming meal. Topped with our crispy onions, serve with lots of chunky bread for a delicious meal.
A great alternative to jam on bread on toast. Our lemon curd recipe is easy to cook and you are assured of top class results every time with our step by step pictures.
A mild chicken curry with a delicious aroma. Lentils thicken the sauce giving it a creamy texture. We cooked ours in a slow cooker but the same dish can be cooked on the hob at a low temperature.
Nothing beats a lamb casserole on a cold day. Our recipe thickens up the tasty gravy by using pearl barley.
Pork is ideal for slow cooking. It becomes very tender but still retains its shape and texture. The potatoes in this dish bulk it out and absorb some of the delicious juices.
It's delicious, no more to say!
Cooking over a long time at low heat extracts all the mellow taste from the winter vegetables. Eat it chunky or after blending, the choice is up to you.