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    slow cooking

    What is "slow cooking" ??

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    Exclamation Re: slow cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkerbell View Post
    What is "slow cooking" ??
    Cooking by a specially designed appliance at a relatively low temperature for many hours (long time), Some of the delicious food items are prepared by this slow cooking process.Please view some of the recipes here; Slow Cooker - All Recipes

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    Re: slow cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by sarat_106 View Post
    Cooking by a specially designed appliance at a relatively low temperature for many hours (long time), Some of the delicious food items are prepared by this slow cooking process.Please view some of the recipes here; Slow Cooker - All Recipes
    Check this link as well...

    Slow cooker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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    Re: slow cooking

    There is no need for special equipment. As long as your heat source can be reduced below 100 degrees C, you can slow cook.

    Another way is to heat the food up on a high temperature, then place the container within something that acts as insulation and leave it for several hours. The internal heat of the food will continue to cook it. A Hay box is a classic example.

    It is the ideal method of cooking really poor quality meat.

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    Re: slow cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    There is no need for special equipment. As long as your heat source can be reduced below 100 degrees C, you can slow cook.

    Another way is to heat the food up on a high temperature, then place the container within something that acts as insulation and leave it for several hours. The internal heat of the food will continue to cook it. A Hay box is a classic example.

    It is the ideal method of cooking really poor quality meat.
    Is simmering related to it??


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    Re: slow cooking

    Remotely. Simmering is cooking at a very slow boiling level, on a range but not in an oven.

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    Re: slow cooking

    In the US, when reference is made to "slow cooking," it is usually implied that the recipe is intended for a slow cooker or crock pot. It is a recipe designed such that you can put the ingredients in a crock pot and let them cook for six, eight or more hours safely unattended. That is, you can leave the crock pot on while you're away at work, which you usually wouldn't do with a burner on the stove.

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