can I put frozen turkey mince in slow cooker?
- deniseLv 74 weeks ago
Well, I suppose so, it would defrost, then start cooking, but could add more liquid to your recipe, and a little to the cooking time.
It would'nt take lot to defrost at room temperature though!
- JoeLv 44 weeks ago
Yes, of course you can
- 4 weeks ago
- YYYZZ 2Lv 74 weeks ago
No. Too little cooking time required for minced meat, for a slow cooker.
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- geezerLv 74 weeks ago
I'd let it defrost enough so that it isn't a solid block .. but it should be OK to cook mince before it has completely defrosted in a slow cooker.
- Nikki PLv 74 weeks ago
It would be safer to thaw the mince in the microwave first then put it in the slow cooker.
Placing a "block" of frozen turkey or any minced meat will retain the shape of the block.
Also cooking it from frozen takes a while and the temperature of the center of the meat will take some time to reach 165 degrees F so it may spend a longer time in the "danger zone"
But if the block of frozen meat is not real thick it might be alright. There is a difference between a 1/2 pound of frozen meat and 2 pounds of frozen.
- JJLv 54 weeks ago
You can do so, however, it is best to thaw the turkey before placing it in the slow cooker.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Um yes, why not? It'll just take longer to cook, good job it's a 'slow cooker'.