Where did all the replies go? Came back this morning to check on answers......
Here's one of my recipes:.
Chicken (bone or boneless).
Dab of olive oil.
Little bit of sodium free chicken broth.
Baby bella whole mushrooms.
Crushed red pepper.
Cook in crockpot until moist...delicious!..
I posted this question on the Connections board, too. It got a few replies. Check that board for the recipes you're looking for...
Doesn't the zucchini just turn to mush after cooking for so long?..
Zucchini doesnt turn to mush. I slice them the long way and keep them chunky sized...
I usually put several boneless chicken breasts in the pot. Mix a package of McCormick chile spices with a couple cans of Rotel (tomato and jalepenos) dump it over the chicken breasts. Cook on high for 5 hrs. Comes out really good. My husband usually wants salt added to the pot but since I don't usually cook with it he adds it after to his own plate. If you want the salt you can add a some the the chicken breasts before you put them in the pot.
In the winter, I frequently do a Medifast friendly chili recipe in the crockpot:.
2 to 2.5 lbs extra lean ground venison or ground turkey.
2 16 oz cans Italian flavored diced tomatoes.
2 medium onions finely chopped.
3 medium zucchini finely chopped.
2-3 cloves garlic finely chopped.
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper.
3-4 Tbsp chili powder (to taste).
1/2 tsp paprika.
1 cup water.
Brown venison or turkey and salt and pepper to taste. Drain grease and fat. Add to crockpot along with remaining ingredients. Let cook for 6 hours on low heat...
Diane that sounds good..I may try that.......I was thinking of chili recently....thanks for sharing...