Amateurchef is branded ‘great’ as she reveals how you can make a full English breakfast in the slow cooker at night (and no oil is needed)
- Anonymous woman, presumably from the UK, has shared the hack with the Facebook group
- Photo with traditional fry-up made in a slow cooker received more than 200 likes
- Many praised ‘great idea’ and called it everything from ‘brilliant’ to ‘amazing’
A smart amateur chef has been praised online after he revealed that she made a traditional British bowl without having to stand over a hot stove.
The anonymous woman, presumably from the UK, went to Facebook group Slow Cooker Recipe & Tipsand placed a mouth-watering picture of the beloved breakfast.
She revealed how the ingredients were placed in a slow cooker for a total of nine hours at night – and said breakfast which consisted of baked beans, sausages, mushrooms and tomato, went ‘a treat’ in her household.
Many were quick to praise the ‘brilliant idea’ – and admitted they were inspired to try the handy hack themselves.
An anonymous woman, presumably from the UK, shared a picture of a traditional English and revealed that it was made at night in a slow cooker (pictured here)
In addition to a photo of the full English, the woman in question wrote: “I did this last night with me.”
“Was lush! Went a treat in my house this morning. No water or oil, just put in it. “
Turned on at night for about nine hours. No browning needed, everything you see came this way. “
“Now I’ve cooked chicken chow mein in it for later.”
The anonymous member of the Facebook group posted a photo of the uncooked meal (photo), next to the results
Slow cooker meals have proved popular over the past year, with more than 200,000 participants joining the Facebook group to share their impressive dishes.
The breakfast post quickly produced more than 200 likes, many of which confessed that they would try the ‘great idea’ for themselves.
‘Wow that’s fantastic. Looks great, “praised one, while a second was enthusiastic:” I tried this last night and was brilliant. I really enjoyed the slow cooked bacon! “
A third added: ‘OMG that looks great. We will certainly try that. “
Other meals that have proved popular in the online slow cooker community include chili con carne, sticky toffee pudding, and pasta.
The post was flooded with more than 200 responses, with many trying to try the hack themselves (photo)