How to cook a meat in a saucepan
Crock Pot has definitely made cooking for dinner, especially for busy housewives who only want to prepare a healthy and sumptuous dinner for the family despite a hectic schedule. After finding a place in modern kitchens, this can be left unattended for hours at a time and moves away from other tasks and can be back with a hot meal waiting. A booked dish in a pan dish is meat.
There are different versions of how to cook them and I have a version of mine from the base and I just added some twists using other additional ingredients. I usually cook this on special occasions but with a slow cooker around you can have it as long as you want. Before sharing with you a recipe, I would like to share helpful tips in cooking meat breads in a dishwasher.
Select cheapest cuts of meat as it works better with cooking rider pot because it has fewer fat and long and slow cooking makes meat very tender. And as it’s cheaper, it can certainly help stretch the budget.
Simply fill the dish pot with ½ or complete to cook the food properly.
To easily remove the meat bread when finished, make an aluminum handle of less than 24 inches that is folded in the direction of length. Place at the bottom of the dishwasher with suspended ends on the top edge.
Line The bottom of a garment pot with a cooking bag sprayed with a cooking spray inside to facilitate cleaning if it does not have a removable lining. If possible, buy it with a removable lining.
1 lb ground pork
¾ Cup of bread bread
½ cup finely chopped carrots
6 c. green and chopped red pepper
¼ cup of onions, finely chopped
4 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
1 cup of sweet pickled bag
¼ cup of raisins
3 whole eggs
½ cup grated cheddar
3 tablespoons of catsp
1 tablespoon. cornstarch
Liquid seasoning drawing
Salt & pepper, to taste
3 hard cooked eggs, quarters
How to make meat bread:
Mix all the ingredients in a mixing bowl with the exception of hard eggs.
Divide in portions of your desire. Place a part on a piece of aluminum foil, flatten and place the cooked eggs in the center and cover it with half the mixture and roller to form tight in logs. Pat edges to seal. Do the same with the rest of the portions. (It is advisable to know that the size of the bread corresponds to the crockery pot with enough space for air to ensure proper cooking).
Place the bread in a saucepan. (Place the wrinkled leaf at the bottom of the pot to keep bread off grease guips).