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Volume II
February 3, 2007

Should I Add Water??

Hi Dan,

Just wanted to let you know I was looking for a recipe in Cook'n Fix and Forget and ran across a recipe for Mexican Chili that has one "ingredient" measurement and info, but does not state the actual ingredient. I can figure out which it is by the instructions below, but just thought you might want to know about it.

Question: I am going to put a pork and beef roast in my crockpot, with potatoes. I don't want to add any of the low sodium soup mixtures cuz for my taste they are still too salty and they change the flavor. Should I add a couple of tablespoons of water, or more.

Thank you so much for your response,


Hello Donna,

When cooking vegetables with a roast, add 1/2 cup water, broth, or other liquid. If you are cooking the roast without vegetables, no additional liquid is needed.

Thank you for the heads up regarding the Mexican Chili recipe. I will make sure to add the green chilies to the list. By the way, how did the recipe turn out?


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