Slow cookers are among the greatest culinary inventions of our lifetime. Literally anyone can use one! Crock-Pots do all of the work while you tend to the other trials of the day, and can be used for simple soups, full juicy pot roasts, and everything in-between. Recipes that are passed down for generations are done great justice by a slow and patient cooking, soothing the family with that familiar taste of comfort.
Unsurprisingly, Massel bouillon serves as a wonderful base for a wide ranger of Crock-Pot dishes, with a simple and rich stock that has a flavor that only improves over time. Before you get started, we have some simple tricks to make sure you don’t break a sweat:
That’s all there is to it. Check out Chapter 2 of the Massel Cookbook for some mind-blowing stews and bisques in honor of National Soup Month, all of which would look mighty fine in your favorite Crock-Pot. For even more inspiration, get a load of these all-time favorite recipes:
|Slow Cooked Lamb and Macadamias
Get “stoked” with this impressive dish straight from Down Under.
|Slow Cooker Chicken Wild Rice Soup
A true classic, the warmth and texture alone make this worthy of a weekly appearance on your table.
|Slow Cooker Turkey Chili
Fed the masses with the perfect gameday entree.
|Slow Cooker Turkey Breast
A quality plate of juicy turkey isn’t just for the holidays anymore.
|Slow Cooker Spring Risotto
You’ll be calling yourself Top Chef after hitting this one out of the ballpark.