Slow cooker beef casserole – super lazy version!

Fancy making a nice slow cooker beef casserole? Don’t want to put too much effort in? I’ve got you covered! This slow cooker beef casserole takes just 5 minutes to get ready and you can even cook dumplings in the pot. You can make this for under £5, serving 3-4 hungry people. Obviously this depends on the appetite and the quality of the ingredients that you buy. If your budget is small then you do what you can. Anyway, here we go. My slow cooker beef casserole – the super lazy version!

Slow cooker beef casserole - A look at the dinner once the flour has been added

Here is a look at the slow cooker beef casserole after the flour is added but before the dumplings.

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Jacket potatoes in the slow cooker – so simple!

I’m a real fan of using my slow cooker. I love nothing more than setting a nice meal up for the day and then coming home, or finishing my work, and it being ready. Slow cookers are super convenient, whether you are going to be home or not. I’ve cooked a wide variety of meals in my slow cooker now and I’m branching out more every week. Recently I decided that I would try making jacket potatoes in the slow cooker – and they were so straightforward!

Jacket potatoes in the slow cooker - A look at the finished result!

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Slow cooker beef keema curry – tasted authentic!

I’m a real fan of using my slow cooker. I use it at least once a week, but often more. Winter is a great time for using the slow cooker. It brings a little warmth to my kitchen, it frees me up for other jobs in the evening and it is so easy. I love that I can get a dinner thrown together in around 5 minutes and have nothing else to do all day. My husband is a real fan of keema curry so I decided to make a slow cooker beef keema as a nice treat for him.

Slow cooker beef keema

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Slow cooker chicken curry – Quick and simple!

I love the simplicity of using the slow cooker. There is something so satisfying about being able to throw a load of ingredients together and then at the end there is a delicious meal. I love the convenience of leaving the slow cooker to work its magic while I am working hard. Or out for the day. Or even just lazing around in my PJs. The slow cooker has been a godsend for us since we had a baby! Today I am sharing with you my slow cooker chicken curry recipe. This is super simple, cheap, and perfect for any time of year.

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Slow cooker chicken saag curry

I’m a real lover of the slow cooker. I love nothing more than getting a dinner ready in the slow cooker pot, before bed, and knowing that in the morning I just pop it on and leave it for 4-8 hours to cook. It is great knowing that dinner is already prepared and this frees me up for work, chores or just spending more time with my family. We’ve had this slow cooker chicken saag curry a few times recently and now I’ve perfected our ideal recipe.

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