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5 Surprising Slow Cooker Recipes To Make All Winter Long ctm magazine



Hello Food Wishers! Chef John’s Corporate Overlords here with 5 surprising slow cooker recipes to warm you up this winter! Chef John shares his secret for a flavorful Slow Cooker Beef Pot Roast. (Hint: it’s a step that most home cooks skip!) His Slow Cooker Red Curry Beef crosses the flavors of Southeast Asia with Midwest America, while the Slow Cooker Cider Braised Pork Roast is the epitome of homey, cold-weather cooking. Should you make your own Copycat Ketchup? Probably not, but curiosity killed the cat so Chef John will show you the best way to do it using your slow cooker. Whether you want a comforting meal or some delicious homemade Apple Butter, Chef John has the perfect slow cooker recipe for you!

Slow Cooker Beef Pot Roast:
https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2011/10/classic-slow-cooker-beef-pot-roast.html

Slow Cooker Cider Braised Pork Roast:
https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2011/11/slow-cooker-braised-pork-shoulder-roast.html

Copycat Ketchup:
https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2013/04/homemade-ketchup-because-youre-crazy.html

Apple Butter:
https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2018/09/apple-butter-everything-apple-sauce.html

Slow Cooker Red Curry Beef:
https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2013/02/slow-cooker-red-curry-beef-pot-roast.html

0:00 Slow Cooker Beef Pot Roast
6:05 Slow Cooker Cider Braised Pork Roast
11:25 Copycat Ketchup
16:20 Apple Butter
23:06 Slow Cooker Red Curry Beef

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38 Comments

  • The Rogue Tomato on January 16, 2022

    I love your recipes. I think I've watched 100 of your videos in the last 2 weeks.

  • Michael Ritter on January 16, 2022

    Winter time is slow cooker time in my opinion

  • A F on January 16, 2022

    I think that first one should be called Pot Roast Stew; the hunk of meat might be considered a pot roast, but your method screams stew. Looks yummy, but I will be making that vegetarian, for sure.

  • Fred Dains on January 16, 2022

    I actually very much enjoy making my own sauces and such, like BBQ sauce or ketchup, and I even get into some fun fermentation stuff like soy and fish sauce! None of it's very difficult, just often very time consuming. I'd have to say mustard is my favorite to make because of the tiny, little tweaks you can make to the process or the mustard seed/powder and get A TON of ways to make mustard

  • Alex D on January 16, 2022

    the video seems to be rendered in 360p or something. but the content is still exquisite!

  • 1프로의 식사법 on January 16, 2022

    Very elaborate was a useful video of his efforts. I'm very thankful.

  • Vivi Vivi on January 16, 2022

    Thank you, please could you make more slow cooker recipes

  • Husk on January 16, 2022

    Great video as aohwees!

  • LydiannaBella on January 16, 2022

    A lot of people dont know that you can dry cook in a crockpot, meaning you don’t have to use liquid. You can bake a cake, baked potatoes, roasted pork and so on

  • Gwynne Virts on January 16, 2022

    I have made this ketchup recipe and it’s good, not as good as Heinz obviously, but when you’re harvesting 80 pounds of tomatoes a week, it’s a great way of using them up.

  • cyoohoos on January 16, 2022

    2 of which are condiments: ketchup and apple butter

  • Enny Kraft on January 16, 2022

    I would like to add that in an Austrian goulash (which is very different than a Hungarian one) you don't sear the meat first, just the onions and it tastes amazing when made in a slow cooker.

  • Pikalika on January 16, 2022

    Air frier recipes?

  • LTETobago on January 16, 2022

    I make this pot roast all the time from the original video, every single time, I use every single step and it is always good 👍🏽 ❤

  • Türk Ferman on January 16, 2022

    Süper 💯💯💯💯💯💯💯💯💯💯

  • mumbolina on January 16, 2022

    me trying to sing Good to the Bone……guh guh guh guh good guh guh guh guh good

  • Jane Mulvenna on January 16, 2022

    Sorry…I couldn’t be bothered making ketchup. I’m going to try the pork dish.
    Please show us how to make a fray bentos style pie.
    Can’t wait to try the red curry beef.

  • R Rialb on January 16, 2022

    Lime seeds? I suppose it's possible.

  • dn41144 on January 16, 2022

    Spank on, Chef John!

  • David Clark on January 16, 2022

    Incorrect, in the industry it’s known as, “Spanking your meat.”

  • Lars on January 16, 2022

    Merci Chef John!

  • Randall Thomas on January 16, 2022

    The Pork roast can be substituted with pork ribs, cook until tender, and remove the ribs, reduce the pan juices, ad a bit of apple cider vinegar to add a bit of tang, grill of the ribs, and glaze them with the sauce.

    Ketchup: try different vegetables, traditionally ketchup was made in a huge number of varieties, with just about an vegetable you can think of. Carrots, are good but you can use jut about anything. Like chef said, why would you make tomato ketchup, you can buy very good versions. But varietals with other vegetables and even fruit as the base.

    Apple Butter: Add onions, and far less, or even no, sugar, and you end up with an apple ketchup. Adjust the tartness with a bit of apple cider vinegar.

  • Tsunami Wombat on January 16, 2022

    man been making videos so long he's releasing compilations. Honestly i'm OK with it, FW has been on youtube for like a decade you have to be running out of food to cook at some point

  • Radiant Tadpole on January 16, 2022

    I wonder why pork pairs with fruit so well, maybe better than any other meat. I’ve enjoyed it with apples, persimmons, pineapple, pears, and berry reductions. Anyone else have fruity ideas?

  • Rusinoe on January 16, 2022

    Any potential to somehow switch out a slow cooker for a pressure cooker?

  • lol on January 16, 2022

    I make my pot roast with exactly the same ingredients and techniques but I add two cups of red wine or porter beer.

  • 97scarletwitch on January 16, 2022

    Slice your apples in half, use a mellon baller to remove the seeds in the center, cut the ends off and you'll save more apple.

  • BeachPeach2010 on January 16, 2022

    Love you Chef John! 🥰

  • Bon appetite

  • DoodahGurl on January 16, 2022

    That red curry beef looks really interesting!

  • C O on January 16, 2022

    Pot roast without potatoes? I guess mom used to stretch our food quite a bit when I was growing up. "Pot roast" was 20% beef, 80% potato/carrot/onion/celery.

  • N7Mith on January 16, 2022

    Can't you cook apple sauce for several hours and get roughly the same result?

  • Steve Logan on January 16, 2022

    I guess on the 1st recipe of 7 bone chuck roast, the 7 bone is better than the 6 bone, but not as good as the 8 bone, lol

  • Christopher Campbell on January 16, 2022

    I shop the “managers special “ old beef all the time. Especially for beef to grind my own hamburger old cost savings trick from raising hungry kids with hungry friends

  • Mel Reynolds on January 16, 2022

    Chef Jon, can you do a Japanese curry rice recipe?

  • The Troy Prouty Show on January 16, 2022

    What's better in winter right?

  • Lauren on January 16, 2022

    Chef John’s voice and cadence give me the vague comforting feeling that everything’s going to be ok. 😊

  • Neil Kirkley on January 16, 2022

    Hi sorry, does anyone know what that first cut of beef would be called in the UK?

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