A crock pot can be a great time saver for busy moms or people who work. I like using mine because I can make a meal and still take a nap or rest while it cooks. I don't have the extra energy always to stand and cook for hours. This recipe is full of my favorite foods. Serve this with crusty bread to sop up the extra liquid.
From the "Fix it and Forget It" cookbook of crockpot recipes. Turns out with little effort. We enjoy it served over rice, with a salad on the side.
I also use jarred ground ginger and jarred minced garlic--comes out just as well.
I often double the sauce ingredients that go on top of the chicken--if you like it with more sauce, I suggest you do this. I also use low-sodium soy sauce, otherwise it will be really salty.
This delicious and rich breakfast recipe with flavors of the Southwest cooks overnight in your crock pot. Since it serves 12, maybe it could be frozen in serving sizes for a quick breakfast later. From Linda Larsen, Your Guide to Busy Cooks.
This is a fantastic crockpot recipe! Found it on the internet years ago and have modified it some. The chicken is so tender, it falls apart, and it makes incredible gravy. It's my most requested recipe and our favorite meal. My daugters (ages 4 and 1) love it too! We eat it with a side of vegetable and sometimes with Texas toast.
This is a recipe that I adopted from a sweet chef by the name of CBW. A real doll. "I always plan a crock pot meal for Sunday afternoon so that it's all ready after church, and I wanted something different than the chicken we usually end up with. This was a big hit!"