Looking for soup, stew, or casserole recipes where I can spend ten minutes dumping stuff in the crockpot in the morning and have a full meal ready when I get home. Something like this is ideal; the only prep is chopping an onion before setting it and forgetting it until dinnertime. No dietary preferences or restrictions, but some vegetables would probably be good. I'm seeing a lot of recipes online, but am having a hard time weeding out which ones are worthwhile, and would appreciate any favorites you care to share.
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RecipeFilter: Seafood stew stumper! [more inside]
How can I thicken/season a vegetable stew without resorting to mystery meat ingredients? [more inside]
I have three pounds of frozen chicken stew meat. What should I do with it? [more inside]