How to Cook Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts in a Slow Cooker

Use a slow cooker or Crock-Pot to make moist and flavorful boneless, skinless chicken breasts without drying out the meat or adding any unnecessary fat.

Joanne Thomas
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The Best Way to Cook Pork Ribs in a Slow Cooker

Cooking ribs in a slow cooker eliminates most of the work, allowing your family to enjoy ribs any night of the week.

Diane Watkins
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How to Make Ribs in a Slow Cooker in 4 Hours

Spare ribs cook in a slow cooker with moist heat for tender meat that you can cut with a fork. Slow-cooker ribs require little prep time, and do not heat up the house like oven-cooked ribs.

Jennifer Loucks
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How to Heat Up a Fully Cooked Ham in a Crock Pot

While you can eat a fully cooked ham cold, heating it gives it a richer taste. You can even add seasonings or rubs to amplify the flavor. Because it heats up slowly and can lock in the moisture when heated properly, your crock pot is a perfect cooking vessel to heat your fully cooked ham.

Sommer Leigh
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How to Bake a Precooked Ham in the Crock Pot

With a precooked ham, the purpose of cooking is to heat the meat through while adding flavor. Because the meat is already cooked, over-cooking can leave your ham dry. A Crock Pot slowly cooks the ham and keeps the meat moist while infusing flavors, such as brown sugar or tropical fruits.

Deborah Lundin
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How to Melt Velveeta Cheese in a Crock-Pot

Velveeta is a pasteurized processed cheese product that was introduced in 1928, and has been used as the base for creamy, smooth dips for generations. Because Velveeta cheese melts so smoothly, a Crock-Pot is an effective way to prepare a cheesy appetizer or dip, and it requires little work on your part.

Sara Ipatenco
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Cooking Frozen Chicken With Rice in a Cooker

Cooking frozen chicken with rice in a cooker requires minimal effort to achieve a healthy and wholesome meal. The type of cooker that you choose will determine how long the cooking process takes. Despite this, you will have to defrost your frozen chicken prior to placing it in the cooker with the rice.

Jason Aberdeene
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How to Cook Bottom Round Steak in the Crock Pot or Oven

Bottom round steak is generally not a tender piece of meat because of its tough muscle and lack of fat. Because it’s a lean cut, bottom round dries out and becomes tougher when cooked using a dry-heat method such as grilling.

Maelin McCartney
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How to Arrange a Pot Roast in a Crock-Pot

A pot roast is a meat, typically beef, and vegetable dish prepared in one pot. A Crock-Pot makes cooking a pot roast simple as you can arrange the meat and vegetables and leave it to cook. The way you arrange a pot roast in a Crock-Pot will affect how evenly everything cooks and how the flavors meld.

Serena Styles
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Directions for Cooking a Whole Cut-Up Chicken in the Crock-Pot

Crock-Pot slow cookers may take all day, but they make quick work of meal preparation. With most recipes, all you do is assemble the ingredients, add them to the Crock-Pot, turn it on, and walk away. Using a method known as braising, slow cookers employ low, steady heat over a long period of time to work magic on food.

Steve Hamilton
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How to Cook a Beef Loin Tri Tip Steak in a Crock Pot

Tri-tip steak comes from the tender, triangle roast in front of the hind quarters and is a flavorful, tender cut of meat. Because the meat tends to dry out when cooking, it's ideal for slow cookers that help preserve the meat's juices.

Bonnie Singleton
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How to Fix T-Bone Steaks in the Crock-Pot

The T-bone is an expensive cut of meat that's taken from the front of the short loin of a side of beef. This type of steak combines two of the most popular cuts of beef and takes its name from the T-shaped bone in its center.

Megan Mattingly-Arthur
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