4-Ingredient Dump and Go Russian Chicken
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4-Ingredient Dump and Go Russian Chicken

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4-Ingredient Dump and Go Russian Chicken
4-Ingredient Dump and Go Russian Chicken
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Dinner doesn't get much easier than this. With this ultra simple 4-Ingredient Dump and Go Russian Chicken recipe, all you need to do to fix a delicious supper for your family is mix together some basic ingredients and let everything simmer together in the slow cooker. After eight hours, you'll have a piping-hot chicken dinner ready to serve and everyone will be raving about how tender and juicy the meat is. You can't beat a super easy chicken recipe like this one, and it's budget-friendly too, so what are you waiting for? Fix this meal for supper tonight.

Preparation Time15 min

Slow Cooker Time LOW8 hr

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I love fruit and chicken together! I've never tried this, but it sounds delicious. I will definitely be making this this weekend!!

Wow, this recipe looks very interesting with creative flavors. I can't imagine the apricot peach preserves with Russian dressing but I'm always looking for a new recipe and this looks simple and yummy. It makes me wonder what other combinations people have come up with for a quick recipe like this one!

I have some of my own peach jam that I think I will try instead of the peach apricot preserves. I have never even seen apricot peach preserves. Maybe it is regional or not a big seller around here. Most recipes for chicken in a crockpot seem to cook for less time. Eight hours is the absolute longest I would cook chicken breasts in a crockpot. I would go 6 hours for the breasts so they won't get too dry.

This looks delicious, the color looks very appetizing. The simplicity of this recipe is pretty unbeatable. I have made something similar in the past using Catalina dressing instead of Russian and it turned out really well. I have also made it with peach jam, with good results.

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