Crock Pot Chicken & Potatoes.

Prepped.

Cooking.

Mmmmm. All ready!

Leftover potatoes mashed with a little broth and balsamic vinaigrette.

Ingredients:

5 chicken leg/thigh quarters with skin
8-10 red potatoes
1 yellow onion, diced
2 tbs minced garlic
1 can diced tomatoes, drained
Aunt Cora's Soulful Seasoning (or other seasoning of your choice)

Directions:

- Clean potatoes, quarter and add to CrockPot
- Rinse chicken and lift skin away from meat (but do not remove skin)
- Liberally sprinkle seasoning of choice under skin.
- Add chicken to CrockPot.
- Sprinkle garlic over chicken.
- Sprinkle onion over chicken.
- Sprinkle tomato over chicken.
- Cook on high for 6 hours.

*When the dish is finished, I put mine under the broiler for a couple minutes to crisp things up. This is a totally optional step though!*

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5 comments:

  1. Hi. Loving your food blog. So tasty.

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  3. Gugi's Global Foods is the home of Aunt Cora's Down Home Seasonings and Miracle Blend Seasonings. Gugi's eight seasonings are richer--with more dramatic taste--than the other spice products on the market. Homemakers and chefs alike have complimented Gugi's seasonings for depth of flavor. These complete blend seasonings have a signature flavor with universal appeal.

    These seasonings are available at Publix Super Markets in the Southeast. You can find the nearest Publix on their website. The seasonings can also be ordered online at any of Gugi's websites.

    The official websites are as follows:

    http://www.gugisglobalfoods.com
    http://www.auntcoras.com
    http://www.soulfulseasoning.com
    http://www.miracleblend.net

    Aunt Cora says, "Good Food Ain't Nuthin' But Good Seasoning."

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