Discussing Questions And Answers About Crock Pot Dog Food Recipes

Michael asks…

if u love to eat..help a fellow eater out..lol?

well… can anyone tell me quick tasty meals i can prepare for myself..im tired of eating the same old stuff..i wanna try new things..i love spicy foods too…i want like well known recipes that u guys have made and are awesome and tasty anmd quick…if u know of a website that i can find stuff like wat im looking for too thats great but im not all into only spicy i like variety just tasty..like spanish style food..and jamaican food,,,
thanks for evrything in advance …one love

Jimmy answers:

Here are some of my ‘quick….simple…E-Z’ recipes:

COLA CHICKEN
(And more variations of recipe)
(My favorite: Wings or Ribs)

4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts
1 cup catsup
1 12oz. Can cola (pepsi, coke, etc.)

Put chicken in a non-stick pan.
Mix together catsup and cola, pour over chicken.
Bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat and cook 45 minutes.
(turning chicken a few times, while cooking…to prevent from
sticking to pan)
Uncover, turn up the heat and continue to cook until the sauce
becomes thick and adheres to the chicken.
It turns into the most incredible BBQ sauce. Yummmm!

You can double the recipe and use more pieces of
chicken….wings…would be ideal…add some hot
sauce….presto “Hot
Wings”!
I have used Ribs, just as good.

I tried this recipe with ‘meatballs’….was equally
as good…served over rice.

I found another variation…..omit the catsup and add a small
jar of Salsa (any variety).

I have tried using Salsa (omitting the catsup….not).
You’d think a recipe with only ’3′ ingredients couldn’t be
messed up….wouldn’t you??
Well…while I was preparing to fix the ‘Cola Chicken’ recipe
using Salsa…..I was also trying to carry on a conversation with my
husband…(just proves…I can’t do two things at once)….mixed
Salsa & Catsup (before I realized I was supposed to leave out
the catsup) & Cola……..still turned out really tasty (to me)…might
be a little sweeter than some of you like.

I fixed chicken wings, (using the above recipe)
but…I added the spices from a MILD (I don’t care for “HOT”) Buffalo Wings packet…(the kind you get to bake in the oven)…..I thought it was really good…..(but you/I can’t find a ‘bad’ way to fix chicken).

Finally….!! I fixed the ‘SALSA’ chicken……that’s good , too.

Another (bright)idea…..I thought of trying……replace the
catsup with a bottle of Shrimp Cocktail Sauce…and add a bag of (pop corn) shrimp…..!
Fixed the shrimp with cocktail sauce……eh…wasn’t all that
great…was OK…probably won’t be fixing it again.

Also tried beef stew cuts……that was pretty good…..I can see
myself making this again.
Served both over rice…..think the stew cuts would have been just as
good over noodles.

How about using the little cocktail wieners/sausages?

Gonna try some butterfly cut pork chops….boneless pork chops…..pork steak.

CRUNCHY ONION CHICKEN

1 1/3 cups French’s Original French Fried Onions
4 boneless skinless chicken breast halves
1 egg, beaten

LIGHTLY CRUSH:

Onions in a plastic bag.

DIP:
Chicken in egg

COVER:
With onion crumbs, press firmly to adhere to chicken.

BAKE:
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Place chicken on lightly greased baking pan.
Sprinkle with additional onion crumbs, if desired.
Bake for 20 minutes or until no longer pink in center.

Mushroom Chicken

4 boneless/skinless chicken breast (or any pieces you like)
1 can cream of mushroom soup.
1 can water

Place chicken in crock pot (or sauce pan for stove top cooking)
mix soup & 1 can of water together
pour over chicken
cook on medium heat until boiling then reduce heat and cook until chicken is really tender & falling apart.

Serve over noodles or rice or dressing….or???

CHILLI DOG CASSEROLE
1 pkg. (8) hot dog buns
1 pkg. (8) hot dogs (use more if you like)
1 can Chilli (15 oz. Without beans, use more if you want)
1 small onion (chopped)
2 cups shredded cheese
mustard

DIRECTIONS: Pre-heat oven 350 degrees
In a 9″ x 13″ baking pan, break up hot dog buns (bite size) and spread in pan.
Cut up hot dogs (about 1/2″ size) spread over buns.
Spoon/spread chilli over hot dog/buns.
Sprinkle onions over all.
Squirt mustard over entire mixture (don’t spread…just make a few lines both ways across mixture)
Cover with shredded cheese.
Bake until cheese is melted and bubbly.
(Hint: If using extra hot dogs & chilli, don’t add extra buns.)

“Canned Soup”.
(My Way!)
Whatever cans of veggies I have, that I like, in cabinet it goes in the pot…..along with all the juices in the cans.
Cook on stove top or Crock pot.
Enjoy!

Canned:
corn
peas
carrots
gr.beans (any variety)
lima beans
wax beans
tomato (any variety)
potatoes (whole or sliced…or both whatever you like)

You get the idea….lol.

Also add a package of shredded cabbage (cole slaw mix).

You can even add a package of onion soup mix.

If it gets to dry and needs more liquids….add tomato juice…V-8…etc.

(I’ve not made this one yet)
EASY BEEF STROGANOFF

Ingredients:

3/4 lb lean ground beef
1 jar Heinz HomeStyle Savory Beef Gravy (12 oz Jar)
1 can mushrooms, drained (7 oz can)
1/2 cup sour cream
4-6 cups hot cooked noodles
salt & pepper, to taste

Instructions:

In a medium skillet, cook ground beef over medium heat until browned and thoroughly cooked. Carefully drain liquids and return to stovetop. Stir in Gravy and mushrooms, and bring to a simmer, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and stir in sour cream, until thoroughly combined. Add salt and pepper, to taste, and serve immediately over hot noodles.

Preparation Time: 1-15 minutes
Cook Time: 25+ minutes

“Corny Beanie Weenies.”
(from a country preacher in Mississippi…wife & 2 teenage sons)

Mix one can of good baked beans
We use a good sized can of beans (14-16 ounces, I think) and
get a kind that we like (maybe with brown sugar, onion, and bacon).
There are several kinds of good baked beans.

And a package of Oscar Meier Weiners (all sliced up).

With a can of whole kernel corn (drained)

Any way, heat up these three ingredients, and serve with brown bread
(maybe toasted ?) and a glass of milk.

It doesn’t get any easier than this, and is suprisingly good!

P.S…..Might put ingredients in a casserole dish and top with corn muffin mix.

POT ROAST
Your choice of beef or pork (to fit crock-pot)
1 pkg. Dry Ranch dressing mix
1 pkg. Dry Italian dressing mix
1 pkg. Dry Brown Gravy mix
1 cup water
Put beef in pot.
Mix together all the dry mixes….then add water …pour over meat and cover & cook on high 4-6 hours.
Until meat is tender.
The first time I mad it I didn’t have the Italian Dressing mix….so I added a pkg. Of Onion Soup Mix….I have to say I liked that better.
If you use more water you might want to add more Brown Gravy mix….to make a thicker sauce. Was gonna add
potatoes and carrots…but never got around to it.

Mock Ice Cream Bar

2 whole graham crackers
Cool Whip

Spread a thin layer of Cool Whip on 1 whole cracker….top with remaining cracker….freeze.

Make several at a time.

Melt some chocolate and drizzle over top before freezing.

E-Z Cake Recipes

NO EGGS, NO OIL, NO WATER …….JUST 1 12oz.SODA AND MIX.

WHITE CAKE MIX………………………………..7-UP OR STRAWBERRY SODA
CHOCOLATE CAKE MIX…….CHERRY SODA (BLACK FOREST)
ORANGE CAKE MIX….ORANGE SODA
PINEAPPLE MIX….PINEAPPLE SODA
SPICE MIX…..ROOT BEER SODA ETC

POUR CAKE MIX IN BOWL
ADD SODA USE LOAF CAKE PAN
BAKE 350 DEGREES AS BOX SAYS.
(PREPARE PAN WITH SPRAY)
Your choice of frostings or use cool whip.

E-Z Candy
(All recipes are mixed the same.)

Melt ingredients, seperately in microwave until runny.
Mix together and pour into serving dish.
Chill until firm, cut & serve.

Chocolate Fudge:
16 oz. Container of Fudge Frosting
1 bag of Chocolate Chips (any flavor you like)

Peanut Butter Fudge #1:
1 small jar Peanut Butter (18 oz.)
2 bags of Peanut Butter Chips

Peanut Butter Fudge #2:
1 small jar Peanut Butter (18oz.)
16 oz. Container of White Frosting

Marshmallow Nougat:
1 small jr Marshmallow Creme
1 bag White Chocolate Chips
1 tsp. Almond Flavoring
1 small bag Chopped Nuts

(I’ve made this without the flavoring & nuts….I want to try
rolling
into balls and dipping in a chocolate coating….sounds good to
me.)

I’ve doubled all the above recipes. The Marshmallow Nougat
recipe…doubled and added a container of white frosting (had an
extra one….so thought….why not!)

I use a double boiler..(prefer the double
boiler)…add chips in first …then rest of
ingredients…..saving
nuts and flavorings for last.

CAKE MIX COOKIES
White Cake Mix
2 Tablespoons water
2 eggs
1/2 cup cooking oil
1 teaspoon almond extract
1/2 cup chopped nuts
powdered sugar

Mix all ingredients, except powdered sugar.

Drop batter (about a teaspoon per cookie) into a bowl of powdered sugar.

Roll in sugar until it is an approximate shape of a ball.

Place ion a lightly greased cookie sheet.

Bake at 350 degrees about 18 minutes, until lightly browned.

Cool on wire racks. Makes about 4 dozen cookies.

(Use any flavoring or cake mix you desire.)

Kreamy Kool-Aid Pie

1-(6 g) package un sweetened Kool-Aid powdered drink mix
1-(14 oz.)can sweetened condensed milk
1-(8 oz)container Cool Whip frozen whipped topping, thawed.
1-(9 inch) Graham Cracker Pie Crust (or Cookie crust)
Cool Whip for top (optional)

1. In a medium bowl mix Kool-Aid and condensed milk, thoroughly.
2. Fold in Cool Whip.
4. If desired, spread more Cool Whip on top.
5. Chill for a minimum of 4 hours.

I’ve used: Strawberry…Cherry…Lemon-lime (Key-Lime Pie)….Lemonade (Lemon Pie…might add some yellow food coloring for a more lemony look.)

Find more quick – simple – E-Z – few ingredient….recipes…at E-Z Cookin’ group:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/e-zcookin/

Lots of interesting ‘stuff’ in files & links…come join & check it out.

Pat in Indiana….

Pmsbar2@att.net

Mary asks…

4th of July menu ideas needed.?

I raised my hand at the wrong moment and was put in charge of my tennis clubs’ 4th of July tournament. There will be 36 players and about 10 guests.
There is no power at the courts so I’m limited to the Weber for heat.
For food I’m thinking I can’t go to wrong with hotdogs, potato chips, potato salad, and maybe some chili. Desert would be make-your-own sundays.
Any other simple ideas to feed the masses?
Anyone know how much I should plan for each person to eat?
Got any easy recipes?

Thanks for your ideas

Robert

Jimmy answers:

Lots of salads!!! Cole Slaw, tossed green, a veggie platter, a fruit platter or salad.

I would plan on a large pot of beans and one of chili if you are doing hotdogs.

You will need about 2 gallons of each salad, and 2 gallons of beans and chili. Plan on 3 dogs per person.

Cole Slaw: the salad is already cut just dump into bowl and get cole slaw dressing. 8 packages

tossed green: the salad is already cut, just dump into bowl and get salad dressings. 8 packages

Frijoles: get 3 friends to each make a crock of beans

Chile: get 3 friends to each make a crock of chile.

Delegate!!! Draft a committee and assign jobs.

Sharon asks…

I need easy vegetarian meals?

I need east vegetarian meals. I am 14 a vegetarian and need to cook my own meals. I am a lacto-ovo vegetarian so i eat dairy and cheese. It has to be something easy that I can cook after school I can make with in 20-30 minutes and put on a plate and be able to put in the fridge and heat up when it’s dinner so I need to make it early cuz my mom needs to cook stuff for dinner for her dad and brother
ooh yeah i dont eat tofu
ooh yeah i dont eat tofu
please give me the recipe

Jimmy answers:

Good for you!
I used to have the same kitchen arrangement when I was growing up. But my parents were so tired after work, that I often cooked veggie stuff for the whole family. Plus, they’d snack on my stuff!
There are a lot of flexible meals, like spaghetti, where the basics are vegetarian & meat eaters can add meat to their sauce if they want it.
Lacto-ovo is easy. You can make pasta salads, hot pasta dishes, tofu or egg scrambles, omlettes, quesadillas, bean burritos, grilled cheese, bean salad, green salad (with cottage cheese, boiled egg slices or cheese for protein), chilli or cheese fries, microwave a potato (top it with cheese, veggies, chilli, cottage cheese, thick Greek yogurt), veggie pizza, mac & cheese, French toast, pancakes, broccoli with cheese, brie with fruit & good bread ..
Soups & stews of whole grains, beans, lentils, & veggies can be made on the weekend, frozen in containers & micowaved during the week. You can also make stew in a crock pot, leaving the stove available to your family.
Have a rice cooker? Otherwise, there’s instant brown rice.
Veg sandwiches include avocado, cheese, egg salad, tamari tofu, roasted pepper w/ portabello mushroom, veggie “turkey” slices, peanut butter (or cream cheese) with nuts & raisins, …
You can micowave frozen vegetables, veggie burgers, veggie dogs, frozen veggie entrees. The instant foods are more expensive. If it’s in your budget, try going to a natural food store & check out their deli & frozen sections.

My old boss used to live at work & was the master of quicky veg meals. He often bought his dinner ingredients down the street at Target, which included veggie burgers & other frozen entrees, whole grain pasta & canned sauce.

I do a lot w/ whole wheat cous cous (cheap at Trader Joes). Just add hot water & let it sit 5 minutes. Add veggies, spices, soy sauce, raisins or whatever.
Mushrooms & eggplant are wonderful texture foods -& dried mushrooms are not too expensive.

There are veggie groups & good recipes on Tribe. Net .
Also, if your grocery store has a web site, email them asking for a list of their veg foods.

Enjoy your food & your independence.

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