This white chicken chili recipe is adapted from a Betty Crocker slow cooker recipes cookbook. I often use frozen chicken breasts, and it can also be prepared conventionally on the stove top. Great comfort food!
This is based on a recipe I saw in Chatelaine magazine. It is hands-down the best slow cooker recipe EVER! It's great served over mashed potatoes, but my favourite way to serve it is in kaiser buns, with the yummy shredded beef piled high on top. I put out toppings like arugula or lettuce, horseradish, mayonnaise, and sliced dill pickles, and let people fix their own bun the way they like it. Make sure to drizzle some of the wonderful sauce on each bun too, and also some of the onions too. Sooooo good!
Seems like everyone in the Midwest has a recipe for goulash that has nothing to do with the Hungarian kind. This was my mom's recipe, which I adapted for the crock pot after living in a apartment with an unruly oven that would set off the smoke alarm no matter how often I cleaned it. This is a very simple recipe, but it's my brother's favorite meal in the world (thus I make it for him every Christmas Eve). Good with garlic-cheese bread.
Yup, another User Friendly recipe. Because you can slow cook or stove top this one, the times are off. This one is so easy, you have probably already thought of it, but just in case you haven't . . . .
Brown up a batch of ground beef, then throw everything into the Crockpot! That's how easy this soup is. Imagine coming home to a hot and delicious soup after a cold day outdoors. Mmmm. Recipe from TOH.
I am putting this here for safe-keeping, it looks great! From the gal who posted this recipe on the site called Sweet Tea and Cornbread: "I used a mixture of jalapeno and pepperoncini peppers. I like the pepper rings because they disintegrate in the cooking process and just become part of the gravy. Don't leave these out though, because they really add flavor to this. If you don't use too many, they don't even add noticeable heat. The butter is what makes the gravy in this soooo good!
I got this recipe from a good friend. This is quick to throw together, inexpensive and I always have the ingredients on hand! I do throw in a can of rotel if I want to spice it up for adults and I throw in extra beans if I need to stretch a bit more!!
I have based this recipe on one that I've used from here several times, Recipe#57130 posted by kcdelong. Even though the original was very good,sometimes you can't help but adding your own special tweaks.:)As usual with any of my recipes,please feel free to change any of the seasonings to your own personal tastes.If you like you can add a 1 pound bag of baby carrots before you add the roast.The time that's listed is based upon my crockpot,so adjust cooking times according to yours.If you would like more color,just slightly brown each side of the roast in a small amount of vegetable oil.Posted to Food.com (a.k.a." ZAAR " ) on Feb.14th.,2013."
Yields a savory pot roast that is fork tender and literally falls to pieces. Carrots and potatoes are cooked along with the roast in a slow cooker or crock pot. Very easy and crowd-pleasing! WARNING: This recipe will make a proper lady want to eat like a man!