Oranges and olives are elegantly paired in this different but delicious dish from Aney Chatterton. "The chicken is marinated, then cooked slowly in a flavorful sauce, so it stays moist," notes the Soda Springs, Idaho cook. To trim prep time, ask your butcher to cut up and skin the chicken for you.
Extremely tender chicken is smothered in a dark, flavorful sauce in this easy and elegant entree. It's so nice to find another tantalizing way to serve chicken. Sprinkled with almonds, this is a dish I proudly serve to family or guests.
-Ruth Seitz, Columbus Junction, Iowa
Here's an all-time favorite Italian dish made easy in the slow cooker! Dried herbs and fresh garlic give it an aromatic flavor. Green peppers, sliced mushrooms and diced tomatoes do a fine job of rounding out the juicy chicken entree. —Denise Hollebeke, Penhold, Alberta
A pleasant sauce coats this chicken and veggie dinner that's slow-cooked to tender perfection, then served over biscuits. "When I first came up with this dish, my 2-year-old couldn't get enough of it," comments Kathy Garrett from Browns Mills, New Jersey.
It takes just minutes to get this satisfying supper ready for the slow cooker. And at the end of a busy day, your family will appreciate the simple goodness of tender chicken and vegetables. "It's one of our favorite meals," says Alpha Wilson of Roswell, New Mexico.
These sandwiches are great for large gatherings. The chicken can be cooked ahead of time, then added to the homemade barbecue sauce for simmering hours before guests arrive. —Roberta Brown, Waupaca, Wisconsin
Dinner guests and cooks alike will rave about this chicken recipe from Ruth Rigoni of Hurley, Wisconsin. “Your company will love the tasty poultry, and you'll appreciate the stress-free slow cooker preparation,” she says. “Drop garlic cloves in boiling water for a few seconds; drain and cool. The peels should slip off easily with your fingers.”
My family loves these tacos. The chicken filling cooks in the slow-cooker, so it’s convenient to throw it together before I leave for work. At the end of the day, I just have to roll it up in a tortilla with the remaining ingredients and dinner’s ready in minutes. The chicken also makes a great topping for salad. -Cheryl Newendorp, Pella, Iowa
I'm always looking for recipes I can prepare ahead of time. The chicken chunks bask for hours in snappy spices and seasonings, giving this recipe a lot of pizzazz...and the peaches round out the amazing flavors.
Colorado Springs, Colorado