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Bolognaise in the slow cooker

lindauk Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
I'm cooking bolognaise in my slow cooker. Can I add the pasta shapes to it or am I best cooking them separately? Thanks
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
cook seperatly, pasta will end up over cooked.
#2
landofdan
cook seperatly, pasta will end up over cooked.


Even if I add it about a hour before serving?
#3
lindauk
Even if I add it about a hour before serving?


Just give it a try!
#4
Keep separate. Just boil in water, it won't work as well otherwise!:whistling:
#5
Do it seperately. Otherwise your pasta will end up like slop.
banned#6
if you want to ad the pasta to the suace you could of just brought heinz spag bol lol
banned#7
whatsThePoint
a lot of advice from people who have never done it :roll:
Adding the pasta will be fine :thumbsup:
just google "can i cook pasta in a slow cooker" if you don't believe me


so you've not done it either you just done a google search .... ok then
#8
I seperate, around 30 mins before stick in on high heat with a few stirs.
banned#9
just do it separately - only takes 6 mins in water anyway

personally, i wouldnt use my slow cooker for a bolognaise anyway as it only takes half an hour on the hob.

you'd best brown the mince first too
#10
Thanks everyone.
banned#11
Bolognese

Mayonnaise

Unless you're French.

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