25 November 2013

Slow cooked Chicken, Bacon and Potato Casserole

If your slow cooker hasn't made an appearance yet this winter, this is a great recipe to dust it off for!
It's a filling family favourite.




Ingredients (serves 4)
1 tbsp olive oil
500g chicken, diced
8 rashers smoked bacon, diced
2 onions, diced
300g baby potatoes sliced in half
1 tbsp thyme
200ml white wine
500ml chicken stock
100ml double cream
1 tsp lemon juice

Method
Brown the chicken in the oil, on a low heat, and then transfer to the slow cooker
Repeat with the bacon and onions
Add the stock, wine, lemon, potatoes and thyme into the slow cooker and cook on high for 5 hours or auto for 8 hours
Add the cream and stir through to heat
Scoff!


18 comments :

  1. Now this looks delicious I have just bought a slow cooker myself
    www.thediaryofajewellerylover.co.uk

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  2. this look delicious I must invest in a slow cooker im sure it would make my life so much simpler!

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  3. Very winter warming. I must use my slow cooker more. Thanks for the recipe.

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  4. I think I will make this for OH in the slow cooker, he would like this after a cold day at work.

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  5. That sounds like proper comfort food - I'm never sure about chicken in the slow cooker, but I imagine the potato helps keep it from getting dry - mist give it a go.

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  6. I've been looking for slow cooker recipes, this looks great!

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  7. Great recipe for when it's cold outside.

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  8. looks good going to try this one on my family

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  9. I'm mad about my slow cooker. Always looking for something to cook apart from spag Bol, chilli etc.

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  10. Like the sound of this, may have to give it a try now the weather has got colder

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  11. looks lovely - will have to try this one

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  12. What a great cold weather casserole - very tasty!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  13. This looks a great little dish. I have a similar one which I use with leftovers of the Sunday roast, adding paprika to it too ~ called "The Monday Pot" in our house :-)

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