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Basic Slow Cooker Italian Chicken

Basic slow cooker Italian Chicken is so simple and only requires a few ingredients. It will produce tender chicken that you can serve in soups, on salads or as its own dish.

Serves: 6

  • 2 pounds chicken pieces
  • 1 jar spaghetti sauce
  • dried oregano
  • garlic salt
  • onion powder
  1. Put chicken pieces in slow cooker.
  2. Add spaghetti sauce; add spices, to taste.
  3. Cover and cook on LOW for 8-10 hours.
  4. Carefully remove chicken from slow cooker to a serving platter (it's tender and will fall apart easily).
  5. Spoon leftover liquid into a bowl; serve with chicken.

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I don't want to sound like i'm better than anyone when it comes to cooking, but if you use your mind and think about the ingredients-it's basic judgement. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to get your wheels turning. Cooking is all about taste.

Many thanks to Chef 9659282. That was a quick response. -John PS If this comment appears twice,it's because I wasn't sure I clicked 'submit' the first time

John, 1 jar is usually the size you find in the store about 1 qt depends on how sloppy you want it. Dried oregano 1-2 teaspoons, always remembering dried herbs are more potent and oregano goes by taste for me. Instead of garlic salt use 1-2 cloves cut up, garlic salt has too much salt. freeze leftover garlic, it will keep forever and be as fresh as the day bought. Onion powder 1 tablespoon, however I use real onion grated, about 2 tablespoons for me. To get onion smell off of your hands rinse hands with plain water rub hands on stainless steel faucet no smell, I do this when I use garlic also, fish, anything smelly. Fresh ingredients are always better but I am from the old school, I cook from scratch, can vegetables, make homemade jelly., fresh bread etc.

What size jar of sauce? How much oregano? How much garlic salt? How much onion powder? Thanks-John


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