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Pork chops can sometimes be dry and tough, but in the slow cooker they turn into a meltingly tender succulent entrée. These chops rest on thinly sliced sweet apples, flavored with Dijon mustard and brown sugar, and are covered with onions and sauerkraut. This one-pot meal is terrific to serve with mashed potatoes and applesauce.
Lasagna can seem like a big production, but it's really just a few components made ahead of time and then assembled. This lasagna can be put together and frozen in the slow-cooker insert until firm and then stored in a zipper-top plastic bag in the freezer for up to three months.
The Bolognese sauce can be homemade in the slow cooker or on the stovetop. This lasagna isn't the traditional all-American version with ricotta cheese; it's a lighter version that has creamy béchamel sauce and fresh mozzarella layered between delicate no-boil lasagna noodles.
In this dish, meaty chicken legs absorb a sugar-and-spice barbecue sauce and slow-cook to tender perfection. Thay are messy to eat but well worth licking every finger. If you don't want to make your own barbecue sauce, you can substitute your favorite one.
This is a simple supper that is not only delicious, but also good for you! Miso broth poaches the chicken and steams the broccoli that rests on top of it, preventing it from being overcooked. The chicken can be served in shallow bowls on udon or soba noodles with some of the broth and broccoli.