Many people are unsure of ways to cook pork, whether on the grill, oven or in a slow cooker. But have no fear, it's actually quite simple. Some recipes have just a few ingredients, others are more complex and require a lot of time and patience. A pork shank recipe can call for 4 ingredients or 20 depending on what you want to do with it. That's where WikiTalks comes in.
I found quite a number of pork recipes and a pork shank recipe that I think is ideal for a the upcoming Easter holiday. This recipe is for the appetizer course and I was thinking it would be a nice start to your traditional Easter dinner. A couple of cool things about this recipe are the easy steps and the fact you can serve it hot or cold. It's a one pot recipe that includes carrots and onions for taste and color. This is one more pork dish I can add to my culinary arsenal.
I've never used a multi cooker and quite frankly do not know much about it. I googled it and found it has functions for stew, steaming and slow cooking and has similarities to a pressure cooker. I think a slow cooker is a great substitute although it does make cooking time a bit longer. However any recipe that calls for one pot cooking is always OK in my book.
WikiTalks is a great family friendly sharing site that can show you how to's on a variety of recipes, crafts and a large amount of ideas for just about anything. Plus, they have an amazing quantity and quality of recipes, just up my alley. Do you want to find a recipe? A how to on beauty routines? Then this site is for you.
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