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Chile Colorado
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I've not made it before but it looks good and I have some stew meat I'd like to get used up.

There are a lot of recipes out there but I think I need a really good crockpot one or maybe even a pressure cooker one so it can be done fast for me and the younglings when I get home.

If I make up the sauce ahead of time and brown the meat the night before, do you think I could stick it in the crockpot to simmer all day?

I found just the sauce recipe.

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/v...ado-104411
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(10-22-2016, 11:31 PM)Riverdrifter Wrote: I found this to be a god-send: the can cooker. It's sort of a low-end pressure cooker. Works great; tailgaters and campers really love it. I like mine. It's A-OK. You just can't rush the cook time.

https://www.amazon.com/Can-Cooker-Junior..._i=desktop

Also, resist the temptation to go for that pressure cooker commonly seen on TV. It's far down the list on Amazon.
This is the one and it's on my short list:


https://www.amazon.com/Instant-Pot-IP-DU..._i=desktop

I have that pressure cooker. My totally awesome brother got it for me for Xmas last year so I have been learning how to cook with it.

So probably prep the sauce before hand and then I can brown the stew meat in the pressure cooker then add sauce to get it really soaked in and deliciousness in a short amount of time?

The can cooker looks pretty cool. I am not sure it would work well with the stove I have. I've got one of those glasstop stoves and those things are picky as hell about what you can use to cook on with them. I had to give up my cast iron that I had forever and get cast iron with the ceramic finish instead.
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We got a Presto stainless steel pressure cooker and are very happy with it.

It's the kind you use on a stove.
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