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Thread: crock pot/slow cooker chicken recipes

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    Super Member raedar63's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by meanmom View Post
    I make salsa chicken a little bit differently. I throw in frozen chicken breasts. Pour in some salsa and a can of drained black beans. Cook all day. Add 8 oz of cream cheese just before serving. Shred the chicken and serve as tacos or over rice. Sometimes I add taco seasoning or ranch dressing mix.
    Mmmmm can't wait to try this one !

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    If I am making a stew or something, I wash all my veggies and take everything I need to chop them up and sit down to do it.. a bowl, knife, cutting board etc. It is so much easier on my back.
    Besides my family, my pets are the most important things to me. I have had birds, a dog or cats since I was about 8 years old. The cruelest thing you can do to me is take my animals away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000 View Post
    QuiltE I used your idea last night. I put chunks of carrots & onions on the bottom and four chicken thighs bone in with skin on and then topped them with about 2 TBSP each of antipasto. Cooked on low for about 6 hours. Before eating topped with the feta until melted, it was delicious served over rice, and the house smelled wonderful when we got home for dinner. Thanks for these great suggestions!
    Glad it worked for you ... for me it's a great one for "let-me'sew" days. And then the bonus of leftovers for a few more days of good eating while sewing. Or to freeze.

    BTW you can also do the rice in the bottom of that crock ... I forget, but think I pretty much used the same water/rice proportions as stove top, in the bottom. Then the rest on top.
    Sew many ideas ... just sew little time!!

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    Senior Member Phyllis nm's Avatar
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    I always set my CP in the sink to cook. I came home one day to a cracked pot!
    The CP gets hot, if not in the sink set it in a roasting pan sitting on top of ceramic tiles so to save tour counter top.

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    Super Member Lisa_wanna_b_quilter's Avatar
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    Chicken Pot Pie

    Cut up some chicken breast and add to crockpot
    Add can cream of chicken soup and 1 can of chicken broth.
    Cut up some canned biscuits into about 4 pieces per biscuit.
    Stick in a baggie with some poultry seasonings or garlic and onion powder. Shake to cover.
    Drop the biscuits in the crockpot.
    Stick on the lid and cook on low for 6 - 8 hours.

    The biscuits magically float to the top and turn into a gorgeous crust.

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    Junior Member SemiSweet's Avatar
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    You can throw in beef roast and cook it for 5-8 hours just like you would chicken. Just throw it in frozen or thawed and add water about halfway up. I cut about 5-6 carrots into 3" chunks and put that in there too for flavoring and to have my vegetable with my supper. Save the bones and put them back in over night with whatever broth was left in there and more water after you're done and then just strain it out the next morning for broth that you can freeze and use later for noodle soup!

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