I was recently sent a Crock-Pot 3.5L and you may recall that I posted a recipe which I made using this to slow cook a butternut squash in. Well, as part of the review that I did, I was asked along with some other bloggers to provide an ingredients each towards making a Collective Crock recipe. Read More
I have a confession. I am a messy cook. There I have said it.
Seriously, as much as I enjoy being creative in the kitchen and will
happily clean up afterwards, I make the kitchen resemble a bomb site by the time I am finished! Everytime I cook pasta, the water over flows the pan and makes a mess on the ring, and often when I stir something splashes appear on the hob or splashback! The oven is also a little in need of a deep clean, where the bottom has become blackened by spillages of cottage pie sauce, or cakes that spilled over allowing small splats of batter to escape and land on the oven floor. And don’t let me get started on the kitchen worktops and the floor!!! I think I will leave that to your imagionation!
I have owned a slow cooker for several years now – probably at least 15 years and in all that time I have never cooked a dessert in one! Considering how much I love puddings, this is a surprise even to me! On Friday while it was still October, or for users of the crockpot #Crocktober , I decided to break my slow cooker pudding ‘cherry’ and I decided to make a rice pudding, a real comfort food for this time of year.
Slow Cooker Gammon is very easy to prepare and even easier to cook. Minimal effort for maximum taste!
Cooking a joint of gammon in the slow cooker is easy peasy. Seriously, you just need two things – a slow cooker and a joint of gammon. That is it! You don’t believe me, do you? Well, let me show you just how easy it is.
Thank you xx