Crock Pot Chicken

Comfort Cooking on Island Time

I find it so comforting to walk in the house at the end of a long day and smell a yummy dinner cooking. I love using a crock pot but find some recipes take additional steps like browning and adding ingredients at different time, which defeats the purpose. Some, especially those with potatoes and ground meat, end up in a mush that all tastes the same with no distinct flavors.

This is my “go to” crock pot recipe. It holds up and is just what you would want a steaming bowl of chicken chili, with a nod to mexican flavors, to taste like. The best trick is to add two FROZEN chicken breasts on top of all the other ingredients. That way it doesn’t get done too quickly. The night before, I put the beans, tomatoes, sauce, and seasoning in a plastic container. Chop my onion and put in a separate…

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About Comfort Cooking On Island Time

There are two things I can't resist; an old recipe handed down and passed around, and the beach. Growing up in the midwest I was introduced to true comfort food but always dreamed of a different landscape, and climate. Recently I acquired a 50 year old beach house. While stumbling after the great cooks of my past, I am focused on a future with cool waves and gently breezes......and watermelon rind pickles of course!
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