I love to make this chicken and then I use the leftover cooked chicken for another meal. It is so moist and juicy!!! I do use Paula Deen's House Seasoning, which I will include a 1/4 of the recipe of it in the directions section.
I make these for DH and friends for Football Sunday's. They love them. They are very easy to make and everybody can help themselves and add their own condiments. Serve with chips and plenty of cold beer! They are sure to disappear! I leave the green peppers out since I hate them! This is a great recipe to take to a potluck and can easily be doubled.
This is one of our favorite recipes for crock pot roast. It's easy and a little different than the usual crock pot roasts. I got the recipe off the Internet and I wish I could thank the original poster for a great recipe!
Crunchy, cheesy, and delicious. From Some Like it Hot by the Junior League of McAllen TX. Whenever we grill we always cook extra chicken for chalupas, enchiladas, paninis, etc. This recipe can easily be halved.
This recipe came out of my hometowns' Extension Homemakers Cookbook published in 1977. It's a favorite of mine and now my married daughter has made it a favorite for her family. If there are any left the next day, try eating them in a hoagie roll.....yummy. This recipe came from Mrs. Mary Frady of Cowee
The vegetables come out so sweet and the meat is tasty and tender. This is the only way I will eat cabbage. I make this every St. Patrick's day. A sure winner.
I use a teaball to keep the spices together but you can put them in cheesecloth.