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    Senior Member LolaNoodle's Avatar
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    P2 Crockpot recipes?

    Does anyone have any good P2 crockpot recipes? I found a slow cooker chicken recipe on Pinterest and it was awful If you have something yummy, please share

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    I like to put my meat in the crock pot with chopped up tomatoes. Then you can add spices to make it like chili or italian spices for a different flavor.

    I know some people don't use ground beef, but I do. I just use the leanest I can get and rinse it with hot water after I cook it so I rinse most of the fat off. I've never had trouble using it that way. Then I put it in the crock pot with the tomatoes. I've also used chicken for this recipe.
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    Thanks Cheerleader! I will have to try it out with tomatoes!

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    LolaNoodle, it's especially filling for the first few days of P2.
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    Crockpot Grass Fed London Broil (can use grain fed) Very lean and yummy! Feeds the family, just weigh out your portion.

    2.25 lb. London Broil
    Salt and pepper
    1 clove garlic, sliced
    2 medium onions, sliced
    2 bay leaves
    1 whole clove (optional)
    1 cup water
    2 tablespoons soy sauce (or fish sauce)

    Prep:
    15 minutes

    Cook:
    10 hours

    Servings:
    Family

    DIRECTIONS:

    Rub London Broil with salt and pepper.

    Make small slits in roast and insert slices of garlic.

    Put 1 sliced onion in bottom of crock-pot.

    Place roast on top of onion and add other ingredients.

    Cover and cook on low for about 10 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bethieb View Post
    Crockpot Grass Fed London Broil (can use grain fed) Very lean and yummy! Feeds the family, just weigh out your portion.

    2.25 lb. London Broil
    Salt and pepper
    1 clove garlic, sliced
    2 medium onions, sliced
    2 bay leaves
    1 whole clove (optional)
    1 cup water
    2 tablespoons soy sauce (or fish sauce)

    Prep:
    15 minutes

    Cook:
    10 hours

    Servings:
    Family

    DIRECTIONS:

    Rub London Broil with salt and pepper.

    Make small slits in roast and insert slices of garlic.

    Put 1 sliced onion in bottom of crock-pot.

    Place roast on top of onion and add other ingredients.

    Cover and cook on low for about 10 hours.
    This sounds perfect! Thank you! I will try this out. It's so chilly out and HCG makes me even more chilly... I just want something warm and comforting

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcgcheerleader View Post
    I like to put my meat in the crock pot with chopped up tomatoes. Then you can add spices to make it like chili or italian spices for a different flavor.

    I know some people don't use ground beef, but I do. I just use the leanest I can get and rinse it with hot water after I cook it so I rinse most of the fat off. I've never had trouble using it that way. Then I put it in the crock pot with the tomatoes. I've also used chicken for this recipe.
    Ground elk, bison, and ostrich have MUCH less fat than beef; consider giving them a try. Soups/stews/chili are a perfect outlet for this type of meat since it would be dry otherwise.

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    I'm definitely going to make this!

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