Question about Select Brands Crock Pots & Slow Cookers
When I cook with the crock pot alot of the meals are burning or cooking unevenly and I don't know why. I am following the receipe for the correct amount of time and it still burns or does not cook evenly. I don't understand what I could be doing wrong? Also the burning smell from the unit When does that go away? I've used the cooker a least 10 times and I still smell the burning from the unit. Thank you.
Slow cookers do not need water in the base unit to cook the food in the ceramic insert. The ceramic insert gets hot from the base and cooks the food. Here is a good guide to cooking with a slow cooker. enjoy
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
No, it's not really safe (the food may not reach a high enough temp.)
Also, if you did try, it would take hours to get hot enough &the food wouldn't be as appealing--dried out etc.
Try reheating in your microwave instead.
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Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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