Okay, if you're like me, making meals can be...well, like a chore lol
I'm working towards being more organized and to think about our weekly meals ahead of time. Enter in this simple chicken crockpot recipe tip! We use chicken A LOT and I cannot believe I didn't think of this sooner. Basically, using this method, I will always have yummy cooked chicken on hand for quick (and maybe some planned) meals. Do this on a Saturday or Sunday, and have chicken for the week!!
Here's what you'll need:
- 4-6 uncooked chicken breasts
- Cooking spray
- Salt/pepper/whatever spices you'd like
Cut the chicken into cubes or strips. Cut a piece of foil, spray with cooking spray.
Season chicken to your liking.
Fold over the foil, like above...
...then fold the end towards the center...
...creating a nice lil' foil pocket, like so :)
Turn the crockpot on low, spray the inside and place the chicken foil packet inside.
Pour about 1/3 cup of water in the bottom and cook for about 4-6 hours.
Wala! Cooked chicken for your weekdays, and you didn't have to slave over it...oh, and...
...you get chicken broth too!! Perfect for making soups, especially in the crockpot :)
That's it for now, hope you enjoyed this easy crockpot tip!
What kind of crockpot tips do you have/use?