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    Joints of beef in the slow cooker
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    • 6th Dec 05, 6:25 PM
    Joints of beef in the slow cooker 6th Dec 05 at 6:25 PM
    Got two joints of beef reduced in my local supermarket today. I've searched the mega-index for recipes (theres not alot on there for joints of beef) and wondered if any of you could recommend a recipe? How do I cook the beef on its own? How much water do i add ? Do I need to add anything other than water?

    I'm new to the slow cooker, only had it a week or so and todays the first time Ive had chance to use it - Got some ham broth in there at the minute.

    I'm open to any suggestions at all. One joint is topside and the other silverside.

    As a newbie Id appreciate your advice,

    Karen x
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