My husband and Father are crazy about this dish. I originally found this on Allrecipes.com where it was submitted by Nancy. Over time we have modified things a bit to our tastes. If you like hot, please go to town with the seasonings.
I found this recipe on the internet -- I don't remember where. It's very tasty and easy to throw together on a busy day. I don't even bother to heat up the sauce -- I just make sure it is all mixed up very well and pour over the chicken in the crock pot.
A versatile and tasty dish, either simmered on the stove 1 - 2 hours or in a crock pot for several hours while you're away. This recipe is equally good served over rice. Serve with a large green salad and bread. If there are leftovers, it freezes well for another meal.
This chicken is so tender that it falls right off of the bones! Herbes de Provence is a wonderful spice to use on poultry, fish, and veggies (even potatoes). This chicken can also be roasted in the oven, but I prefer it cooked in the crock pot -it is more tender and flavorful when it is slow-cooked. Feel free to throw some additional veggies into the crock pot for a complete meal! Another recipe from a Suzanne Somers' cookbook (and then modified by me to cook in a crock pot).
I have adopted this recipe after the dramatic departure of a past member. I have prepared these tacos in the past and liked the balance of flavors. On occasion, I have added partial jars of green salsa that were floating around in the fridge for an additional boost of flavor. The previous intro for this recipe read..."This was inspired by a recipe of Theresa Baker, her shredded chicken tacos, but I took a different spin on it that I was very pleased with, thanks for the inspiration Theresa! I made at least 10 tacos with this and had more meat and tortillas left."
I made this one day when I was in a very big hurry to get to work, but I also wanted a nice dinner to come home too. Since my Fiance works the same hours almost that I do...well, that wasn't happening. So, I decided to see how a whole frozen chicken would do in a crock pot, and it was great!
Chicken breasts in a golden cheese and broccoli sauce. Serve this over noodles or rice, accompany with a veggie and warm bread to complete the meal. This recipe is courtesy of the Fix it and Forget it crock pot cookbook.
I was trying to think of ways to make my OAMC recipes for crock pot use...you know they sell those crock pot box recipes at the grocery now. This is one of the ones I found that work and is simple. There may still be some fiddling but it's pretty good as is. Hope you will give it a try.
This is a healthy and delicious chicken stew sure to please the whole family. This recipe can be easily adapted to include whatever you have in the produce bin. Don't be afraid to experiment! I like to serve my stew with good crusty sourdough bread, and then take the leftoveres to reheat at work for lunch!