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Friday, January 11, 2008

Herbed Slow Cooker Chicken

Prep Time: 15 minutes Yield: 4 servings

1T. Olive Oil
1t. Paprika
1/2t. seasoned salt
1/2t. dried basil
1/2t. dried thyme
1/2t. pepper
1/2t. garlic powder
1/2c. chicken broth
4-6oz. bone-in chicken breasts


Place first seven ingredients into a small bowl and mix together. Rub on chicken breasts. Place in slow cooker. Add chicken broth to slow cooker. Cook on low for 4 to 5 hours.


This was very simple to do. My husband gave it a 4 out of 5. There is one ingredient missing from the above list it's a browning liquid that was optional. I did not add it above because I could not find the book I got the recipe from and I'm not sure on the amount. I did not add it to my chicken either, I believe the browning liquid is more for the looks of your dish than the actual taste of it. I had no idea what this was until I did a little more research. If there are some of you in the same boat as me here is an idea for what you are looking for:

Kitchen Bouquet Browning Sauce
You can find it in the sauce aisle at your grocery store.

I also used those boneless skinless chicken breasts with rib meat. They were on a great sale at my store so I bought these instead. I only did 3 chickens due to the size of them and it was more than enough for my family of 4, 2 adults and 2 toddlers. You may want to up it for larger families.

My chicken was still frozen when I added it. I changed my cooking to 4 hours on high. Unless you like your chicken dry cut the time by 1 hour if you do the frozen method.

1 comment:

Jessica said...

Just what I am looking for as our Sunday meal. Thanks for the good idea.