Yummy Simple Chicken Recipe
Basic Chicken Stew
If you are looking for tasty, healthy and easy to prepare meals then I suggest you invest in a slow cooker. The slow cooker will allow you to make great soups, stews, roasts and even breakfast without advanced cooking skills.
You will need to know how to slice and dice and be able to follow a recipe. Once you have made a few meals you can then start to add your own twists to the recipes and experiment as you go.
In time your cooking repertoire will increase you the meals become more and more diverse.
You will need a slow cooker, a good cutting knife and a cutting board.
1- 2 chicken legs
2- 1 medium turnip diced
3- 1 large carrot sliced
4- 1 medium cabbage chopped
5- 1 medium cooking onion diced
6- 2 gloves garlic peeled and sliced
7- Sea salt, black pepper to taste
8- 2 tbsp flour
9- 1 tbsp olive oil
10- 3 cups water
11- If you like a hot sauce.
You can add ½ cup diced tomatoes to this recipe to give it a richer taste. Add it just after you add the flour in step seven below.
1- add olive oil to slow cooker set on medium
2- add garlic and onions- let cook four minutes
3- add carrots and turnip
4- let cook five minutes
5- add water
6- skin chicken legs and add to slow cooker
7- add flour and stir
8- add sea salt
9- Cook for 8 hours on low heat.
If you do not have a slow cooker then slice, dice and chop the ingredients first; then put olive oil in large stew pot or the biggest pot you have the add other ingredients as above. The main change is the cook time. This meal can be made in 60 minutes from start to finish this way.
The advantage of the slow cooker is that you can prepare all the ingredients the night before and then add them to the slow cooker in the morning as you are getting ready to head out the door. Use a low ehat setting if you will be away for the day. When you come home your meal will be ready to eat when you are.
The slow cooker is a busy cook’s good friend as it enables you to prepare good meals and take care of any other business that you need to do.
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