I'm calling bullshit on almost all of these. How are you going to show me what's clearly a shredded roast and then pan to perfectly sliced pot roast with a side of roast veggies that were probably made on the same roasting pan as the roast. Also cake mixture doesn't just fluff up and become perfect with no effort. They are selling you a lie here. Cookings easy and delicious if you put effort into it.
Salmon and tuna steaks are great when cooked with veg. Or any meats which take long time ( like joints) are good for slow cookers, but typically anything( mashed) would be nice when cooked in this way. My favourite 2 things to cook in this method are: lentils soup or rice pudding.
I can't copy and paste here, but if you go to the other slow cooker video Tasty posted today and look at the first comment (about microwaving ribs) someone in that thread posted a link to the same slow cooker Tasty was using. It's on Amazon I believe.
Oh no, I'm not saying that's how I would make a dessert. I agree with you. That method is really questionable. I just said they look all right. At least, compared to those other ones. It really bothers me that they didn't mix the cream cheese in with the meat when they put it in. That just seems like common sense, doesn't it? Normally I like Tasty's stuff but this is just bizarre.
that's funny cuz the desserts are probably the worst ones out of all the dishes. The butter would not be spread evenly, and there would be tons of pockets that taste extremely floury as they have to little butter, and pockets that are mush because there's TOO much butter. (see how the apple one they zoomed in superclose to the only edible part?)
Maybe if they actually bothered mixing the ingredients beforehand it might be better, but they won't cuz it's not as cool looking
It annoys me how so many people watch tasty and think that's what cooking is. It's embarrassing to see! You literally have no idea what you're doing. Creating disgusting recipes that are 'fun' or 'creative' but ultimately taste like shit.
The Cotton Candy kitchen conundrums is good, food wishes is really good, Alton brown is great if you want to know the science behind food, and kenji at serious eats writes some phenomenal articles on their website
Nope I agree with JP. Watching the video won't change anything, but posting in the comments to let people know not to follow these vids will hopefully make some people, yknow, NOT follow these vids.
The recipes with butter strewn about randomly? Yea it won't mix evenly and only parts of it will be edible. The recipes where they throw biscuits in and call it a day? If you look closely when they cut into it the biscuits are absolute mush on the inside.
The only one I saw that was worth doing was the chilli cheese dip, and even that's not really cooking so much as throwing some stoner food together.
kinda disappointed in this one, too much processed food stuffs like the apple pie and cherry pie filling (which taste gross to me tbh) and aside from those barely any vegetarian dishes...I like my slow cookers because I can cook real food (like legumes, grains, etc) instead of getting the processed stuff, I get this is supposed to be a easy cooking thing but it could have been a little better, not even healthier