A Chicken recipe:
I want to keep this recipe here...so I know how to fix it again...as I had no recipe to start out with. Maybe some of you have fixed chicken this way, but I hadn't.
I took 5 chicken drumsticks and browned them and placed them in the slow cooker. I had sprayed the cooker with olive oil spray before hand. Then I put a cup of water with a half stick of butter in a saucepan along with a box of Stovetop stuffing. Heat it through and let it sit for a few minutes. Then put it on top of the chicken drums. Spread it out. Then take a can of cream of chicken soup and mix with 1/2 can of water. I added a tsp. of chicken seasoning. Make sure you season as you go. I seasoned the legs with seasoned salt and pepper before frying. Pour the soup mixture over all. Cook on low for 6 hours.
Our house smelled like Heaven while it was cooking.This was delicious and a very reasonable meal for the two of us...with leftovers for one. We would ordinarily eat more chicken, but fixed this way...we were satisfied with less. Food is increasing in price and there are ways that we can save at the grocery store. So for the price of 5 drumsticks and a box of stuffing...we had a meal and a
I finally fixed kale so that I would like it. Joe stuck to his spinach...didn't want to try the kale. I bought kale in a lg. plastic container in the produce section. After I washed it, I placed it in the fry pan with olive oil. Fried it for a few minutes and added a cup of chicken stock. Covered it and let it cook for about 10 min.I seasoned it and used lots of pepper. Put a pat of butter in and a splash of red wine vinegar on it. It tasted a lot like spinach, but it's a little chewier that spinach. I can't believe I ate the whole thing!