I love crock pots and how you set it and forget it. So this past weekend, when I was able to think straight and could organize a meal 8 hours before dinner time, I found a recipe for a healthy Chicken Tikka Masala from Well and Good. It was super easy, delicious, and healthy.
Fall Sundays often involve a decent amount of NFL football on in our household, as Ken is a huge fan. While having football on the TV (even if it’s on mute) is not my favorite thing in the world, Ken tries to make up for it by cooking something as well, so I guess you could call it an even trade. Last week, it was Pulled Chicken Sandwiches in our slow cooker (crock pot). They were really good (and definitely healthier than pulled pork).
* 2 1/2 pounds of chicken – use assorted pieces (we used breasts and thighs)
* 1 medium sized onion
* 2 peppers (any color, we happened to have yellow and orange)
* 2 carrots
* 2 stalks of celery
* 10 oz of barbecue sauce
* Buns (I like sesame)
This is the BBQ sauce we used. I am a sucker for packaging.
* Chop up all of the vegetables.