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    Check out my Hot Pot. Its Awesome.

    Alright then, here is another of my cooking gadgets, the mighty Hot pot and today I'm cooking up a blinder Chicken and Veg 4 hour slow cook soup come stew come whatever. Really good stuff and feeds me for 3 days.
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    Firstly I've turned my Hot Pot onto low to heat up the pot before I start adding the ingredient. Whilst the pots heating up I'm preparing all my Veggies ready to Add . Up to you what you Add so just go with the flow and crack on. As with all my cooking its all in the preparation.

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    oh man that takes me back. My mom used one, and in university it is what got the friends and I through dinner many many nights. Keep it coming.

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    Nice work mate. In the US we call these slow cookers or crockpots. I have one and cook a slew of goodness in it anything from a whole chicken to a ham hock and beans to a hearty stew...

    To me a must have...

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    Next step. Prepare the stock, chillies, Oxo cubes and various other substances that will enhance the taste. Up to you but don't be shy with it. There are no rules when it comes to me cooking a Hot Pot.

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    Usually I would use a full chicken dissected or leg of lamb but this was a new line and came marinated so it won best play of the day.

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    The operation is ready, all ingredients are sorted and its game on.

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    I haven't got the worlds biggest kitchen but its dam busy when I get fired up.

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    Is that a slow fish cooker on the right?

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    This is the important part. Mix all the stock, chillies and add ons together in your pot and bring it to the simmer ready to add to the Hot Pot. You need to do this so the broth is ready to go and does not need to be heated up by the Hot Pot its self. This way the cook is done in 4 hours instead of a slowly 8 hours. Up to you.

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    Nice work Tezza and I'm going out to buy one of those Hot Pot blighters now.

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    just gonna get my coat.

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    Grab your largest pan and get ready to brown off your onions and Chicken. Don't get to enthusiastic with the browning process as remember the cook is 4 hours. More like a roll in the pan really.

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    Just ate, but now i'm hungry again! Can't wait until my kitchen is finished. Only a year on now!

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    They are too cool, set it on low at 7am when you take off. Remember to have fresh bread, perhaps some salad and nice sweet butter. Because when you get home your house is going to smell heavenly, and you are going to have some great food. I almost said tucker. Shows how many American friends I have here.

    Old shit is good shit. Like wine. It will last forever as well.

    Put up the results in like less than 4 hours now.

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    Is it similar to a pressure cooker?

    Me mum used to make stews in one of these:


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    The opposite mate. That thing cooked hot!! Thats a new version, I am sure your moms had actual bolts to hold the top on. Pressure gauge and all. I am old my moms sure did.

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    Terry, I reckon u would give me a run as the kitchen gadget champ.
    I got clam shell cooker. (the Most used)
    Heavy duty juicer.
    Pie press / cooker.
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    Electric carving knife.
    Bread maker
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    Espresso machine
    Elec meat mincer
    2 gas / elect ovens
    Plus the usual rice cooker and some that cooking shit
    only thing not in the invent ia Pizza machine like yrs
    There canít be good living where there is not good drinking

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    I'm now browning off my onions whilst my stock is simmering away in the back ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    Kenwood mixer circia 1956
    They will never die. All those utensils put me to shame. I have to get out and spend some money to make life easier. Nice set up peter.

    Oh that looks good, I am soon down to cook for the kids and I.

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    Now the build begins. The pot is hot and ready to go, the onions are browned off and added.

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    I'm now browning off my onions
    is that anything like felching ??

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    Remember to utilize the juices from previous additives hence we start with the onions and progress to the chicken adding flavor at every step.

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    Onions first chicken second and away we go.

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    In with the the first load of veggies.

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