This really isn’t a recipe. Instead it’s a method. I take chicken pieces – legs, breasts, thighs, or wings – and place them in the crockpot. Then I take a bottle of bbq sauce and pour it over the chicken. Then I cook the chicken all day on low (6 to 8 hours). The chicken falls off the bone and is delicious.
You can be fancy and put up onion in the crockpot with the chicken. To be even fancier, you could cook up the onion first and then put it in the oven.
Told you this really wasn’t a recipe but more of a method.
For those who need a recipe:
Stars of the recipe:
- 1 to 2 pounds of chicken – legs, thighs, breasts, wings
- Bbq sauce – Your favorite
- onions, chopped – Optional
- Place chicken in the slow cooker.
- Add onions if desired.
- Pour barbecue sauce over the chicken.
- Cook for 6 to 8 hours on low.
Have a magical day,
One of my favorite blogs is Cooking during stolen moments. Kate, the author, often has good recipes that my family enjoys eating. One of those recipes is Sausage-Sauekraut skillet dinner. I saw the recipe when she posted it in May and decided I needed to put it on my menu plan.
To be honest, I’m the only one who enjoys eating sauerkraut. Hubby does eat it; however, it’s not his favorite. When I made it on Monday, the boys humored me and tried the sauerkraut. They both decided they were not fans of it. They both loved the sausage. I could have saved time and effort and cooked up the sausage. Hubby did enjoy it, and I loved it. But I love sauerkraut, so the likely hood of me liking it is great.
Things I did differently:
I used turkey sausage. There is no difference in taste.
Instead of canned sauerkraut, I used refridgerated sauerkraut. I also rinsed off the sauerkraut before putting it in the skillet.
I also used three potatoes.