Slow Cooker Skinless Balsamic Chicken

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Chicken cooked in the slow cooker that is so moist and tender that it falls right off of the bones. We all loved this one, including the grandkids. I removed the skin and fat before I slow cooked it so all that seasoning went right into the meat.

Source: Adapted from Nanette Foglesong

 

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Ingredients

 

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In a small bowl combine the dry ingredients.

 

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Place the skinless chicken into the slow cooker.

 

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Drizzle the olive oil over the chicken.

 

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Drizzle the balsamic vinegar over the chicken.

 

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Sprinkle the dry ingredients over the top.

Cook on low for 8 hours (high

for 4 hours) or until the chicken

is 165 degrees at the thickest part.

Optional: Turn the chicken pieces

over half way through cooking.

 

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Place on a serving plate then serve.

 

Slow Cooker Skinless Balsamic Chicken

http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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Ingredients

  • 8 – 10 chicken legs and thighs, skin removed
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp dried basil
  • 1 tsp salt (or to taste)
  • 1/2 tsp pepper
  • 1 Tbsp. dried minced onions
  • 1 Tbsp. olive oil
  • 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar

Directions

  1. In a small bowl combine the dry ingredients.
  2. Place the chicken into the slow cooker.
  3. Drizzle the chicken with olive oil.
  4. Drizzle the chicken with balsamic vinegar.
  5. Sprinkle the chicken with the dry ingredients.
  6. Cook on low for 8 hours or high for 4 hours making sure the thickest part of the chicken is 165 degrees then serve.

OPTIONAL: Turn the chicken pieces over half way through cooking.

http://www.InDianesKitchen.com

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40 Comments »

      • I use gloves for everything in the house that I touch, chemicals especially, even dishwashing as my hands used to be very sensitive and when I workjed on site, I had an allergy to formaldehyde that is found in printer toner. I handled the paper that I xeroxed or received by fax (since it had toner) with cotton gloves. My hands would get red and cracked until I discovered the allergy. I don’t like the “ick factor” so I would use it for raw meat. I don’t cook anything though, just using canned soups so don’t touch it.

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