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Post  BerylSmith on 05.10.11 10:43

Is it possible to slow cook in the oven ??

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Post  junie on 05.10.11 14:50

Hi Beryl

Technically you could if your oven has a low enough temperature - practically it could take a very long time.

You would need to place your ingredients inside a lidded casserole on one of the racks (preferably the top rack with the extender ring on). This is to allow the hot air to circulate - placing food directly in the bowl doesn't allow it to warm on the bottom. Even at higher temperatures veg takes a long time to cook in a casserole and needs stirred often - par boiling first helps.

Slow cookers are much more fit for purpose as more of the food is directly in contact with the hot surface.

Please let us know how you get on if you do decide to give it a go.

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Post  BerylSmith on 05.10.11 21:12

Gave slow cooking a go and it worked a treat. Had the oven on between the 150 deg mark and the thaw setting and cooked 3 pork chops for 3 hours. They came out tender and moist but needed something on top to stop them drying out. I used a thin film of oil & butter and this did the trick. Would not attempt a casserole or anything with a lot of liquid and would use my slow cooker or normal oven for this.

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Post  junie on 06.10.11 17:16

Hi Beryl

thank you for letting us know how you got on. I'm glad the chops were a success for you. Very Happy

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