This cooking method is a favorite for good reason: it’s easy and results in a tender, flavorful meal. Put a recipe together in the morning, let it cook throughout the day and you’ll come home to a tasty meal (and the wonderful aroma) awaiting you.
Slow cooking typically involves combining ingredients and cooking over low heat for an extended period of time. This method can create a variety of flavors and cuisine types depending on the seasonings used. Depending on the individual recipe, slow cooking can use a lot or a little bit of liquid and you can use the left over cooking liquid for a sauce by thickening or reducing it.
For best results, it’s always best to refer to the individual recipe and the manufacturer’s instructions on cooking time and temperatures.
Combine juicy mango and a classic barbecue sauce for an unexpected tangy addition to melt-in-your-mouth slow cooked Beef Short Ribs.
Large tough cuts are usually the best for this method as the low and slow cooking allows for the fat to break down resulting in a tender meal.