Here we will attempt to answer any of your hot crock-pot questions (hot crock-pot…get it?).
Yes you can. Below is a conversion chart to show you the compative cook times for high and low.
|3 hours||7 hours|
Note: It is not recommended to convert recipes with cook times less than 7-8 hours on low or 3-4 hours on high.
- Pork Butt Roast, 6-7 Lbs. – 9 1/2 hours on low or 7 1/2 hours on high.
- Pork Loin, 3-4 Lbs. – 6 hours on low or 5 hours on high.
- Whole Chicken, 6 lbs. – 7 1/2 hours on low or 6 1/4 hour on high.
- Bone-in Turkey Breasts, 6 lbs. – 7 1/2 hours on low or 6 1/4 hour on high.
- Beef Roast, 3-4 Lbs. – 8 hours on low or 5 3/4 hours on high.
- Stew Meat, 3 Lbs. – 6 hours on low or 4 3/4 hours on high.
- Different slow cooker brands cook at different temperature. Older crock-pots tend to cook lower and slower than newer models. And some brands just run hotter or colder when they cook Substituting ingredients or not following the recipe correctly.
- Not cooking the proper time and temperature setting as instructed in the recipe.
- Water content of food. Sometimes the water content in certain meats and vegetables can really vary and this may cause a recipe to turn out watery or dryer than it should.