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    Re: Slow cooker...

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart_C View Post
    I did a nice piece of brisket in a bit a red wine, a pint of stock, shallots, carrots , garlic, thyme and a bay leaf. It was delicious.
    How did you prepare the brisket, Iím nervous putting meat raw in to a SC and making sure itís cooked through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauldj42 View Post
    How did you prepare the brisket, Iím nervous putting meat raw in to a SC and making sure itís cooked through.
    Simply sear/seal the outside in an oiled frypan first. There's enough 'liquid' in the stock and meat to effectively boil it all the way through - at least after 6-8 hours of slow cooking! Meat should be in 'fall apart' condition after that - held together by the elasticated string!

    The next few days are pretty traditional Brisket days!!!
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    Re: Slow cooker...

    Quote Originally Posted by Foxholer View Post
    Simply sear/seal the outside in an oiled frypan first. There's enough 'liquid' in the stock and meat to effectively boil it all the way through - at least after 6-8 hours of slow cooking! Meat should be in 'fall apart' condition after that - held together by the elasticated string!

    The next few days are pretty traditional Brisket days!!!
    Cheers.

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    Re: Slow cooker...

    Quote Originally Posted by pauldj42 View Post
    Do you part cook any of the spuds n veg before putting it in the sc?
    No is the simple answer lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farneyman View Post
    No is the simple answer lol
    Thanks.

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    I don't sear any meat or par cook veg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chellie View Post
    I don't sear any meat or par cook veg.
    According to Jamie, who has cooked a dish browning the meat before hand and just chucking to meat in the pan, it makes not one jot of difference.

    So don't waste time browning. I don't anymore.
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    Made a beef in Guinness stew yesterday, 3lb of diced rump steak from the butcher, 9 hours cooking and it was ruddy bloomin lovely! So good, i have some left for my tea tonight!

    I am a meet browner, adds to the flavor of the sauce in my opinion. It may not change the texture, but the caremelised bits on the bottom of the pan scrubbed off with guinness added to the flavours!!
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    Re: Slow cooker...

    Quote Originally Posted by pauldj42 View Post
    How did you prepare the brisket, Iím nervous putting meat raw in to a SC and making sure itís cooked through.
    Simply seasoned it and put it in with the veg, added half a bottle of red, pint of beef stock and turned it on low.

    Brisket is ideal for braising, I never seal any meat Iím braising.

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    Re: Slow cooker...

    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart_C View Post
    Simply seasoned it and put it in with the veg, added half a bottle of red, pint of beef stock and turned it on low.

    Brisket is ideal for braising, I never seal any meat Iím braising.
    Cheers Stu.

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