Adapted from a recipe by Carla Joy at allrecipes.com. The original recipe called for bouillon powder, which I don't use, so you might need to add a bit more salt. Also remember that kosher salt is less salty than table salt when measured by volume (they're the same when measured by weight). Kosher if you swap the butter for all oil. Original recipe called for all butter (2 tbsp) and chicken breasts.
This is a great method for roasting garlic, so it can be ready when you start cooking in the evening. I've even done it overnight and started cooking in the morning. Roasted garlic goes great with mashed potatoes, on pasta, or simply spread on crusty bread.
I have just discovered the wonder of the slow cooker, and found this recipe online. You can make dessert in a slow cooker, too? Indeed you can, and this is an excellent one to try. My husband raved about it and finished it off in less than 24 hours. He loved the caramelized edges, while I particularly enjoyed the delicious cake. I did not find it too spicy, but actually a good compliment to the sweetness of the bananas.
I need to start getting the freezer ready for summer harvest and figured let's do a quick and fast dinner for later when we are relaxing. I pulled out frozen chicken legs and played a bit with some spices not used together before. I was unsure of the combo of lemon and worschestire but am really trying to mix things up some. This is sooooo simple and economical. Can be increased for family size meal. Served with fresh corn on the cob and beans from the garden.
This appeared on the label of the canola oil that I always buy. Although the recipe calls for specific brands of ingredients, which I will put below, you can use any other brand. Also, since this recipe does not have any pork products or cheese in it, some one can always make this kosher by using kosher products. The recipe won't let me put this in the list of ingredients but you can also have chicken legs to the recipe. It's an and/or kind of thing.
This is from Cooking Light magazine, the December 2002 issue. So far, this is the #1 recipe I've tried in my new crockpot! It isn't really exotic, but it is a little different from most of the crockpot recipes I've seen, and it's just very tasty. Hope you like it!
Take turkey back from the holidays and start making it weekday fare. This turkey roast cooks up juicy and tender in the crock pot. And the leftovers make amazing sandwiches. From the Most Loved Slow Cooker Creations cookbook.
I like to cook Coq Au Vin in the traditional way when I have time however, that takes days. I have played with it and I think this crock pot version is a great alternative and you can cook Coq Au Vin on a busy weeknight. I have used boneless skinless thighs in place of the chicken legs with thighs. The soup base is not boullion (too salty). This is similar to demiglace and beef or veal can be used.