Three slow cooker recipes to tempt your family

Three slow cooker recipes to tempt your family

Cooking is fun especially when you can try a new recipe that will impress your family. It is important to focus on healthy food, so slow cooker recipes will always bring joy to your table. Here are three recipes that you must try:

  1. Spaghetti Bolognese. Everyone likes pasta, and it’s even better when you cook the sauce for a few hours. Add ground beef, tomatoes, onions, garlic, tomato sauce and spices and let them cook together in the slow cooker. When the sauce is ready, boil the pasta and mix them together. Simple, easy and delicious!
  2. Soy-Glazed Chicken. This Asian dish is extremely tasty and it’s super easy to make. You will need a few pieces of boneless chicken, brown sugar, soy sauce, red peppers, fresh ginger and spices. Mix them in the slow cooker and let them cook for at least 6 hours. You can serve this with rice if you want to follow the traditional recipe or with sweet potatoes for something different. Either way, you will be eager to prepare this again!
  3. Chicken with Bacon. You usually cook chicken or bacon, but never together. Well, this recipe will give you the chance to try a new taste that you will adore. You will need sliced bacon, boneless chicken, dry white wine, onions, garlic, rosemary, mushrooms, cornstarch and spices. Mix them all together. Don’t be generous with the salt from the start; you can always add more later. Add a glass of water and a few teaspoons of olive oil and let it cook for a few hours. You can serve it with mashed potatoes, pasta, or rice with vegetables on the side.

Hot NewsGET THE HOTTEST

Seaweed is making an impact on western consumers

Seaweed is making an impact on western consumers

If we talk about Japan, South Korea, China, and other Asian countries, we usually think about all sorts of things that are not a Western custom. Eating seaweed is definitively one of them. These countries have been using it as a food for ages and continue to do so. Long forgotten in the Western…

CONTINUE READING

Latest News FROM OUR DESK

Three Recipes for Avocado

Three Recipes for Avocado

Avocado is a unique fruit but it is one that contains the most nutrients. While the other types of fruits contain carbohydrates, avocado is rich in healthy fats. A lot of research and studies have proven the benefits of avocado for good health. With 73% water, 15% fat, 8.5% carbohydrates, and 2%…

CONTINUE READING

UJI researchers discover new way of finding BFRs in seafood

UJI researchers discover new way of finding BFRs in seafood

Across the world, fish have been severely affected by chemical pollutants for many years, as wastes are dumped continuously in oceans and rivers alike. Fish can then pick up pollutants they can never excrete, which remains in their bodies permanently amongst the fat. Not only does this effect the…

CONTINUE READING

Three foods you should never microwave and why

Three foods you should never microwave and why

The microwave is a staple of the American way of life, thanks to its convenience and speed. It’s especially helpful for reheating leftovers, and getting multiple meals out of one cooking session (or getting another meal out of restaurant food). In most cases, it’s a great way to save…

CONTINUE READING

Three easy Thai recipes

Three easy Thai recipes

1. Fried Tofu with Peanut Dipping Sauce Ingredients: Tofu and Oil Tofu has to be firm and fresh. Press out the water with a towel. Cut the tofu into large pieces. Heat the pan, add oil, deep fry the tofu until golden brown, and serve it hot with peanut dipping sauce in a plate. Peanut Dipping Sauce…

CONTINUE READING