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    Crock Pot recipes

    Yes, this forum is one of the first places I go when looking for any type of new information!

    I just got a 2 quart Crock Pot on super sale, and I have plenty of recipes for larger 4-6 quart sizes, but I would appreciate if anybody can recommend vegetarian recipes (no egg) for the smaller size, or tell me the principles of how to scale down the larger recipes.

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    Reduce the amount of the ingredients by half or a third to fit in the cooker. The cooking time will be reduced but not by 1/2 or 1/3, depends on what you're making, you've got a smaller amount of ingredients, but the the heater is sized for the cooker (if that makes sense).

    Check out r/slowcooking if you're on reddit Smilie

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    Slow Cooker Enchilada Orzo - Damn Delicious

    That's a super easy vegetarian crock pot recipe that you could halve to use in a 2 quart crock pot. I use dilatini pasta instead of orzo, reduce the amount of green chilis and we've even used vegetable cream cheese instead of plain (we add it just at the end). It's versatile since I've made it in the slow cooker (using the shorter heating time instructions) and also just quickly on the stove top. You could easily leave out the cream cheese for a vegan version.

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    Thanks, both of you! The proportions make sense for the smaller cooker. And I will have to try that orzo. I tried this recipe tonight with success in my larger Crock Pot (minus the oven step). I used penne and it came out great. It filled up two casserole dishes we have to eat our way through now! That is what made me want a smaller recipe.

    Slow Cooker Recipe: Cheesy "Baked" Spinach & Mozzarella Rigatoni | Kitchn

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