Posts Tagged ‘McCormick seasoning’
Hello Friends and Happy Slow Cooker Saturday!
This was my first attempt at making chili using chicken instead of ground beef or ground turkey, and using white beans instead of red kidney or black beans…the verdict is FAIL!
Personally, I like my foods spicy especially chili, but this recipe although was good, was too bland for even my men. I added hot sauce but it still didn’t jazz it up, so if you like chili with no kick, this one is for you!
- 4 medium frozen chicken breasts
- 1/2 bag small white beans
- 1 large can of diced tomatoes
- 1 package Chili Seasoning
- 1 cup of water
Rinse the beans under cold water and drain, mix Chili Seasoning into a cup of water.
Coat Crock Pot with Cooking Spray
Add frozen chicken breasts and beans
Pour in Chili Seasoning Mix
I added more water to cover the beans so they wouldn’t burn. This may have watered down the seasoning causing it to taste bland. I should have used two packages of Chili Seasoning.
Pour in diced tomatoes
Cover and cook on low for 8 hours
It looked better than it tasted…but hey, I tried!
Have you ever made White Chicken Chili, how did you make it?
Stay Blessed – No Stress in 2014!
Hello Friends, I hope you are winding down from a very productive day. Tonight’s dinner was an easy breezy crockpot meal – beef stew.
Beef (any cut); carrots; potatoes; onion; McCormick Slow Cooker seasoning, water, cooking spray
Spray inside of crock pot with cooking spray or use a crockpot liner; place in beef, you can cube cut it but it becomes so tender it falls apart
Cut carrots, potatoes and onions then place on top of beef
Mix seasoning into 1 1/3 cup of warm water and pour over veggies and beef
I set my crockpot to low, allowing 8 hours of cooking time, placed cover on crockpot and went to work
Returned home to a fully cooked meal and clean up was a breeze (my men did it)!
Have a fantabulous night – Smooches
Tonight’s easy breezy crockpot meal contained only 5 ingredients
Chicken legs w thighs// mushrooms // stewed tomatoes // tomato paste // McCormick Italian Herb Seasoning
I used a crockpot liner to make clean up easier then put chicken and mushrooms into crockpot.
Mixed seasoning, tomatoes, and paste.
Poured mixture over the chicken and mushrooms, covered and cooked on high for 4 hours. I was home today but if I had gone to work I would have set it on low to cook for 8 hours.
Dinner is served!
Don’t forget to recycle.