365 Days of Slow Cooking: Kitchen Tip Tuesday: How to Prevent Food From Burning onto the Back of Your Slow Cooker

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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Kitchen Tip Tuesday: How to Prevent Food From Burning onto the Back of Your Slow Cooker

A helpful slow cooker tip...how to prevent food from burning onto the back of your slow cooker.  #crockpot #slowcooker #kitchentip

Every slow cooker seems to have a hot spot in it.  It is usually on the side opposite of the controls, or somewhere on the back part.  From now on notice where food sticks on and gets crusty.  Then use a foil collar to prevent burning and sticking.  I like to use foil collars when I make a casserole-type recipe in the slow cooker...it ensures that the casserole will cook evenly.

Here is how to make a foil collar:
Layer and fold sheets of heavy duty foil until you have a six-layered foil rectangle.  Press the collar into the back side of your slow cooker insert (or wherever your hot spot is); the food will help hold the collar in place during cooking.

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2 comments:

  1. Anonymous28/2/12 16:49

    I always use the hcrock pot liners, they are the best when you are done you pick up the bag and throw it away almost no washing is needed :)

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  2. Anonymous24/1/14 15:47

    If you have a round liner, you could just turn it 180 once or twice too ;-)

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