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!
Here is a look at the slow cooker beef casserole after the flour is added but before the dumplings.
Regular readers of my blog will know that I am a HUGE fan of my slow cooker. I have shared several slow cooker recipes in recent months, and have more in my drafts. Today I am going to share with you my Russell Hobbs slow cooker review. The model that I have is the Russell Hobbs 19790 3.5l slow cooker and this is quite a new addition to my household. You can see my specific slow cooker model by clicking here.
I previously had a cheap model, that I got from a supermarket for £10. When this was knocked in the cupboard it got a huge dent in it. The ceramic inside the slow cooker then started to crack and I lost my confidence in using it overnight while in bed. I decided on this model, after reading a number of favourable reviews.
Recently I sent my lovely husband out shopping for me and he came home with a super cheap pork leg joint. At just £2.99 a kilo our 1.5 kilo joint was a bargain! I decided that instead of the traditional roast pork I was going to finally have a go at making slow cooker pulled pork – to see what all the fuss is about!
Recently my husband has been suffering from the flu and this is his first illness in years that has seen him take sick leave from work. I have been trying to make lots of homely meals and keep him fed and watered. Yesterday I decided to make this slow cooker roast chicken.