Introduction: Lazy Healthy Crock-pot Chicken (immensely Easy)
This recipe is supper easy and super Delicious the check is so tender it melts in your mouth the reason its broken in the pic is because it wouldn't stay on the fork from the pot to the plate... its another recipe that any one can make even robots or my husband... So lets get cooking!!!
- Mushroom Soup
Note: This is a crock-pot recipe so it will be completed in 5 to 7 hours.. make sure to start it in the morning to noon in order to have ready for dinner.
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Step 1: Step One: Mushroom Soup
Empty out a can of mushroom soup into the crock-pot.. (crock-pot can be on at this time)
Step 2: Step Two: Add Water
Add one or two cans full of water depending on the size of your crock-pot may need more.. using my crock-pot (a one quart) one to two cans full was needed.
Step 3: Step Three: Add Flour
In the picture 4 table spoons of Rice flour was used.. add to your digression the more you use the thicker the Gravy will be..
Step 4: Step Four: Optional Paprika
Add paprika if you feel and again you can use your digression on how much you use.. In the picture quite a bit was used of a smoked paprika for flavoring..
Step 5: Step Five: Optional Pepper
Again optional and use your digression..
Step 6: Step Six: Add Chicken
Mix all the ingredients then add the chicken.
Step 7: Now Wait
Close the lid and wait 5 to 7 hours depending on the setting your crock pot has. If you can set the temperature then place it on hot.
Step 8: Time to Serve, Lets Eat!!!
Take the chicken out of the gravy place on your dish then pour a bit of the gravy over the top for presentation and add your sides.. The chicken will be extra tender and soft. The gravy will be so delectable and juicy you will wanna make this savory dish again soon. Suggestions for sides bisect and veggies.
Now I'm getting hungry.. thank goodness i made this meal =)
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