These have to be, hands down, the BEST meal I have EVER made in a crock pot. I borrowed a friend's crock pot one weekend and made this for my honey. Low and behold, I got a crock pot for my next birthday along with a request for this recipe to be the first thing I made. I really wish I know where I got the recipe from because I would LOVE to give credit for it. I beg of you, do yourself a favor and try this. You will NOT regret it. Let me know what you think!!
Since so many people have said this is bland:
This is more of a cooking method than a full RECIPE. Season the chicken as desired, use barbecue or soy sauce or what have you. The idea is that you can get "SMOKED CHICKEN" flavor with just your crockpot. If it turns out BLAND, then I guess you should have used some more seasoning.
Ono is Hawaiian for tasty. My friend, Sharon, always takes this to potlucks at work. She also brings copies of the recipe because people always ask for it. I'm generally not a barbecue fan, but I really enjoy this recipe. It is great on buns or over rice.
This soup is really yummy and healthy too! This makes a main dish accompanied by tortillas, or crusty french bread and a nice salad!Caribbean, Cuban, Mexican and Spanish influences! It really is best if the beans are soaked overnight.And depending on your cooker, the soup might need to be cooked longer.
I love chicken korma, but wanted a crockpot method to make it... and here's what I came up with! Rich, aromatic, and wonderfully tasty, I'm really pleased with this recipe and hope you like it, too! (For my other chicken korma recipes, take a look at recipe #29994 and recipe #27133.)
Really spicy, unusual tasting curry. A very interesting dish. Honestly, I wasn't sure if I liked it at first but I kept eating it and eating it! Very good. And of course it smells amazing cooking. Serve over rice. From Sunset Crockery Cookbook.
Here's a lower fat variation on the theme of pulled pork, a barbecue favorite from the South. If you like intensely smoky flavour, increase the quantity of the liquid smoke, but be careful--a little goes a long way. Serve this between hot split onion or Kaiser buns, accompanied by a bowl of coleslaw for a "down home" dinner that all will enjoy.
I'm beginning to sound like a broken record, but this recipe comes from my "Taste of Home" magazine (Aug/Sept 96). While this may be a bit time consuming, it is without a doubt the best BBQ beef I have ever tasted. Also, it makes so much that you can either eat it for a whole week (lol) or freeze some for later.