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Lemon & garlic chicken - slow cooker style

by - https://thebatchlady.com/r/3405/

A brilliant slow cooker recipe this lemon and garlic chicken is the perfect easy weeknight meal and is sure to put a smile on your face

Prep Time
Total Time
Difficulty
Intermediate
Cuisine
British
Servings
4

Nutrition (per serving)

Calories
403kcal
Fat
19.8g
Sat. Fat
3.2g
Carbs
4.2g
Sugars
1.2g
Fibre
0.7g
Protein
50.6g
Salt
287mg
Ingredients
Serves

Ingredients

  • Chicken breasts
    4 breasts
  • Lemon juice
    0.5 cups (120 ml)
  • Lemon
    1 (120 ml)
  • Olive oil
    0.25 cups (60 ml)
  • Frozen garlic
    2 tsp
  • Dried parsley
    1 tablespoon
  • salt and pepper
    1 pinch

Method

  1. This is a no cook bag recipe, meaning that all the ingredients are put in the bag raw ready for the freezer.

    Therefore measure out all ingredients and place in a labelled bag

  2. Ready for the freezer

    Freeze flat

  3. Ready to Eat

    Defrost overnight and cook on low in slow cooker for 6-8 hrs on low, or 3-4 hrs on high.

    Check to make sure chicken is cooked through before serving as timings may change due to size of chicken breasts.

Comments

13 comments
    1. Hi Susan, each freezer varies so it’s best if you check your manufacturer’s guidelines – usually 1-3 months is recommended depending on your freezer. Make sure the food is well sealed and you’ve got as much air out as possible to stop freezer-burn and keep the flavour. All the best.

    1. Hi Shona, that’s great – more recipes coming every week. Happy batching

  1. This is very similar to a recipe I do with lamb, although I do give the lamb a quick brown in a pan before putting it in the slow cooker. I used neck fillet or lamb chops.
    I must try it with chicken m it looks lovely.

    1. yes a little cornflour mixed with some cold water will help to thicken the sauce

    1. I haven’t tried in the instant pot but im sure it would work no problem

    1. Yes you could, I would cook in the oven at around 140oc for 2-3 hours checking to see when chicken is cooked and soft. Make sure to wrap well in tin foil. Hope this helps!

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