, which I love, but I'm a bit stuck on what to make with it next.
So far I have just made this stew
, which I cooked on a lower heat for longer and the meat was falling apart and wonderful. I especially loved how the fat dissolved into the sauce to make it extra unctuous and delicious. If you have any favourite slow-cooking wonder recipes of your own then I'd love to hear about them. I'm happy to do some prep at the start to make the end results as tasty as possible, so they don't have to be the 'just throw everything in the pot' kind.
I tend to love dishes with lots of flavour and umami, and am happy to incorporate more than one kind of meat, and as much salt and fat as needed. Bonus points for chorizo, which I tend to add to anything that I possibly can. Spicy is good too.
I also read somewhere that you can cook a roast in a big enough casserole pot - is mine right for that? If so, instructions on how to do this and make it taste as great as possible would also be much appreciated.
- I try to eat quite low carb, so no potatoes, rice, pasta, dumplings etc if possible. That's about it though. Recipe me up!