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"I followed this recipe exactly as is except for the cooking time (and I did not add an extra cup of water, as many suggested). I know that my Crock runs high and that most things cook in 3-3-1/2 hours on low to cook, so I put the oatmeal for 3 hours. It is fabulous! It really is creamy and it came out just how I like it. I love ooey, gooey, sticky..."
"These are amazing. Soft and spongy, it tastes like a yummy soft cookie/cake. You can add ~1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract for extra yumminess."
"This is good. Just be sure to remove the pork soon after it's done. This is one of those crockpot recipes that the meat will darken & harden if left in the crock pot too long."
"I won't leave stars since I didn't follow the whole recipe. I skipped the dipping sauce and I made fried rice instead of noodles since I had so much leftover rice. I used 4 catfish fillets, yellow curry, yellow onions instead of shallot. There's enough sodium in the fish sauce, so no need to salt the fish. I broiled the fish (7 or 8 minutes) til d..."
"This was really good! I used regular ketchup and Worcestershire sauce, low sodium soy sauce, 2t roasted garlic, 3T white sugar, 1/2t molasses, 1/2t red pepper flakes, and 4 chicken breasts but into large chunks and cooked on high for 3.5h. I didn't have as much ketchup as the recipe said so I used ~1c + 2T ketchup and I also added some cornstarch ..."
"This was okay. I used dark and white meat and cooked as directed. I have to say that the white meat wasn't very good, so ONLY USE DARK MEAT for this recipe. The breasts actually got a bit hard after cooling."