Slow-Cooker Chicken Thighs

  • MeeshMech79 Posted: 03/15/11
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    This was a great and super easy dinner to make. I used 2 lbs of boneless, skinless chicken thighs and it turned out beautifully. I also omitted the potatoes (didn't have them on hand) and made mashed potatoes instead to accompany the meal. I did notice that I didn't have to cook it as long on LOW, probably only 4-5 hours. That is probably because of the chicken I used.

  • jeanninek Posted: 10/11/09
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    I made this in a 4.5 qt crock pot and 5 thighs fit easily, although to cook more you would need to use the larger size (recommended) crock pot. It was delicious! Taste tested by a family of five ~ it passed with flying colors. A new family favorite for every day meals. We enjoyed it with rice and greens.

  • Crockpotsuzy Posted: 10/05/10
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    Nice meat and veggies dish, great flavor. I use chicken legs or thighs, whatever I have at the time.

  • ValerieLin Posted: 11/16/11
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    Great recipe base. I changed things up slighty, with more veggies and red pepper, and no white wine. Also used boneless/skinless thighs. See details at Overall, soooo yum!

  • tommcg54 Posted: 11/19/11
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    Actually, haven't tried this yet, but sounds great. Question: does it matter is you used skinless or skin-on chix? What's the reason for skinless -- other than dietary concerns? I'm used to oven-baking with skin-on, but want to try slow cooking. (first attempt with boneless turkey breast was failure -- boiled like an egg, agh!)

  • Tracey111 Posted: 01/24/12
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    This recipe was wonderful. I de-skinned the chicken thighs and cooked it on low for the full 7 hours. It was simple- nutritious- delicious. I assembled it the night before, popped it in the crock pot in the morning and viola, it was ready when I got home.

  • carolineA Posted: 01/27/12
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    Just made this, very good and easy. didnt have onion, didnt matter.

  • JKnyc101 Posted: 04/06/13
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    Although the chicken was very tender, it may have been the most bland chicken dish I have ever made. I followed the recipe as written, even added more veggies. Terrible. Will need to come up with something to make the leftovers edible so it doesn't go to waste.

  • KFerfache Posted: 09/24/12
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    Easy and my whole family loved it! I used turnips instead of potatoes. Delicious!


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