Crockpot Sun-Dried Tomato Chicken


Need to have something quick on the dinner table less than seven hours? Well, then how about you add some serious deliciousness to your dinner menu with this Crockpot Sun-Dried Tomato Chicken Recipe!

Hot and creamy with incredible tomato garlic flavor, this Crockpot Sun-Dried Tomato is chicken excellence in your crockpot.

The first part of the preparation for this dish is crazy easy. All you have to do is throw the chicken into your crockpot and wholá you practically have the whole day to yourself. The other portion seems challenging but it really isn’t all that hard. You basically just set the chicken aside on a plate so you can discard the liquid. Next, you place the chicken back into the insert and add the remaining ingredients. Thirty minutes later you and your family will have a tasty meal that I’m certain you will all dig! My family loved this dish. It was all gone by the end of the day.

*Note: If you don’t feel comfortable lifting a heavy pot to dump the juice then I have the perfect solution to your dilemma towards the end of this post.*

Crockpot Sun-Dried Tomato Chicken

Ingredients

4 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast
2 (10 oz) cans Campbell’s condensed Cream of Chicken w/Herbs Soup
6 cloves Garlic, minced
½ C Sun Dried Tomatoes drained and chopped
¼ C grated Parmesan Cheese
1 tsp dried Basil
*optional: ½ tsp Red Pepper Flakes

Directions

1. Grease your slow cooker with cooking spray. Put the chicken into your crockpot, and cook on HIGH for three hours or LOW for six hours. After three hours on HIGH or six hours on LOW, grab a pair of tongs remove the chicken from the insert and set aside. Then carefully pick up the pot and discard the juices.

2. In a medium bowl, combine together Cream of Chicken Soup, Garlic, Basil and Parmesan Evenly spread mixture over chicken, then top with Sun Dried Tomatoes. Cook on HIGH for thirty more minutes, or until done. Garnish with fresh chopped Parsley and optional Red Pepper Flakes, and Enjoy!

Court’s Cooking notes:

Another option to getting the juices out if you’re not physically able to lift the insert is to use a ladle to scoop it out.

Source The Frugal Girls

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