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Hey guys! Today I’m back with another Dump & Go Crock Pot Meals video for you! I’ll be providing you with 4 Quick & Easy Crock Pot Recipe ideas! I hope you find them helpful and enjoy them as much as we did!

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Kelly's Korner says:

For everyone concerned about me not washing my meat, here's why. This is straight from the FDA!

Washing raw poultry, beef, pork, lamb, or veal before

cooking it is not recommended. Bacteria in raw meat

and poultry juices can be spread to other foods, utensils, and surfaces. We call this cross-contamination.

Some consumers think they are removing bacteria and

making their meat or poultry safe. However, some of

the bacteria are so tightly attached that you could not

remove them no matter how many times you washed.

But there are other types of bacteria that can be easily

washed off and splashed on the surfaces of your kitchen. Failure to clean these contaminated areas can lead

to foodborne illness. Cooking (baking, broiling, boiling,

and grilling) to the right temperature kills the bacteria,

so washing food is not necessary.

Using a food thermometer is the only sure way of knowing if your food has reached a high enough temperature

to destroy foodborne bacteria. Cook all raw beef and

veal steaks, roasts, and chops to a minimum internal

temperature of 145°F as measured with a food thermometer before removing meat from the heat source.

For safety and quality, allow meat to rest for at least

three minutes before carving or consuming. For reasons

of personal preference, consumers may choose to cook

meat to higher temperatures.

Food Captain says:

Such a great video, some of my favorite meals were in this one.

real bigthingy says:

“Dump and go” that’s a strange title for food recipes 😂 lol

Elaine Wammack says:

I have put veggies in with my roast to make it a one pot meal. Potatoes, carrots, green beans – all fresh not canned or frozen. Put root veggies under meat, put others on top. No additional liquid add. Each came out PERFECT.

Sandy K says:

All of it looks good. God Bless

Chaz Maxwell says:

you have some super delicious meal ideas thanks for sharing

Chaz Maxwell says:

love your accent

VOD Nurse says:

Best dump and go crockpot meal is simply 3 or 4 chicken breasts in the crockpot, then pour 1/2 bottle of Olive Garden Italian salad dressing over it all. (Or any Italian dressing, but OG is the best for this). Shred the chicken and put it back in the crockpot. Serves over mashed potatoes. Omg its the best!

Chrissy P says:

what is chicken base? where would i find that in the grocery store?

Bartender Nay says:

OMG! We have the same Crock-Pot

Daniel Gaydon says:

Thanks for all the recipes! I have a special needs daughter and don't have a lot of time for cooking. These allow me to cook a good meal and still have needed time with her. She loves them by the way!

Johnny Knoxville says:

As soon as you said “hey guys” I subbed.

Dina Acevedo says:

I'm a chef and you don't always have to wash your meat. Especially with poultry it's actually bad to wash it. That's all natural juices. And all chicken is sealed pretty well from the manufacturer.

Charlene Byers says:

SOOO glad i found this video! I have needed new ideas since i work during the day, preparing meals is a pain! Amd the liners! How did i not know about those! Thanks❤❤

John Wilks says:

Oh that accent!

Jelecia Jones says:

W8 she didn rinse off the roast 😷🤒🤢😂😂😂 only white people lmfao

Michelle Thomas says:

😑 this video sucks i cant taste anything.

Jennifer Rasmussen says:

Country crock is not butter. I know it's a southern thing but margarine and butter is totally different.

Susan Lites1 says:

Thank you for your great dump and gos

Medina Tucic says:

Ranch seasoning! Cancer in a package! These meals are so unhealthy and absolutely have no nutritional value. Instant potatoes?

Tiddybeth says:

I would never want to eat at your house. Do Americans have less taste buds than the rest of the world?

Eric Abboud says:

Mississippi Pot Roast

K Bhogal says:

Common sense says wash meat and vegetables. Don’t believe everything you read. Use your discernment. It just makes sense. I’m a chef. We wash everything. Little larve and bacteria and other germs from people handling and packaging need to be cleaned as much as possible. We accomplish this by soaking meat and produce (separately) in water and salt for a few minutes. Kills bacteria and germs. Use your head, please.

K Bhogal says:

Adding bread rolls is unnecessary. Adds so many carbs and makes one put on weight. Skip

Kelly Purifoy says:

I never wash my meat. I’m sorry to everyone’s feelings it hurts. We’re alive and well. It gets cooked and bacteria gets killed. Also, a time saving tip, Annie’s dumplings I find in the frozen bread section at Publix, I no longer see it at Walmart. It’s thin wide dough strips so it’s more like a “string” instead a mouthful of dough. It’s great when you’re in a rush and don’t want to roll and cut and pull apart dough ( you didn’t and that’s perfect but some do so I’m trying to help everyone!)

taylor b says:

Thank you! I enjoyed this very much and you are so amazing at making easy to follow videos. Time for dinner 😋

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