New to slow cooking, I recently came across this recipe while perusing a cookbook from Mom's collection. Though I have not tried this yet, I'm keeping it here safe for when the time comes. I'm guessing that the honey mustard can be replaced with a combination of equal parts dijon mustard and honey.
This spicy southwestern soup has a touch of roasted red peppers in it. If you don't want to make your own, you can save time and use ready-prepared. Very warming on a cold day and makes the house smell great!
If you like Kidney Beans, then this is a recipe not to be missed! Rich in flavor and absolutely delicious! Serve with Boston Brown Bread and you have one fabulous meal! I use my 6 qt. crock pot and there is plenty of room. Preparation time does not include soaking beans overnight. The cooking time is approximate, so check your beans periodically.
There are so many versions but none easier than this. I usually get it ready the night before and refrigerate overnight. Before going to work, I take it out and plug it in. Dinner is ready when I get home. You might want to adjust the amount of chili and seasonings for personal taste. Serve this with corn or flour tortillas.
From the Sunset Crockery Cookbook. I've been working my way through it and so far everything I've tried has been excellent. This chicken has a very nice delicate flavor. I used thighs instead of breasts. The recipe said to cook it for 6 to 7 hours. I had it in for about 6.5 and the meat was just a tiny bit dry. Next time I'll check it sooner. This is definitely something I'm going to make often though. Please try it.
This is an adaptation of Dreena Burton's recipe from Vive le Vegan. It is fantastic, especially served over jasmine rice. You can either bake it or put it in the slow cooker. It keeps very well in the refrigerator--I think it tastes best a day or two after it is cooked. Alternatively, you can make Sweet Curry Chickpea Bisque by adding two cups of water and pureeing most of the mixture with a hand blender after cooking (adjust salt and spices to taste).