Thursday, April 26, 2007
Fussy Day Chicken
Sandra hosts a Slow Cooking Thursday each week and we happened to have a crockpot meal last night so I thought I would join in.
It's called Fussy Day Chicken because once it's in the crockpot you can forget about dinner while you tend to your fussy baby. Or fussy 7 year old. ;0)
Fussy Day Chicken
-1 whole chicken
1 cup tomato sauce
1/4 cup water
2 tablespoons butter
1/4 cup lemon juice
3 tablespoons chopped onion
2 tablespoons honey
3 shakes worcestershire sauce
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
dash of pepper
1 1/2 teaspoons paprika
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
2 teaspoons garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
Combine all sauce ingredients in a saucepan. Stir over medium-low heat until well blended. This sauce may seem spicy when tasted before use, but it is not as spicy on the meat.
Put chicken, legs up, into slow cooker. Pour barbecue sauce over and inside chicken. Cook 8-10 hours on low.
The meat falls easily from bones and sauce makes gravy for rice or potatoes. All that's left is to fix a salad!
For more crockpot recipes be sure to visit Sandra at her place, Diary of a SAHM!
Also, for those of you who asked, my Show and Tell will be a weekly feature so be looking through your treasures for something to share tomorrow!
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That crock pot chicken looks delicious. I love crock pot meals.
They are quick and easy.
I may have to do a recipe post like this today too; beings I have to work.
I'm planning on posting a Show and Tell again tomorrow. That is a great idea.
Ohhh, I'm drooling already. Thanks for sharing this! I'll have to check out the other recipes too!
**I finally bought bananas and we are going to make those cookies this weekend. I wanted to do it last week, but the day I was going to get the groceries is when the kids got sick :(
Kelli, this is just perfect, it sounds amazing, another one to add to my menu for next week :)
I hope there's some chicken left for lunch today. Yes?
Kelli, that looks so wonderful! I'm going to add it to my menu planning in the next week or two. My husband will love it! Thanks for sharing it!
I love coming to your blog!
That looks like the most delicious crock pot chicken I have ever seen. I am certainly going to give this one a try.
Theat really does look yummy. Wish I had not given my crock pot away!
My crock pot is hidden somewhere in storage. I will have to dig it out some I can try the chicken out. It looks delicious.
Have a great day!
Yummy! I just recently found Sandra's blog and saved her in bloglines. I've been reading through all those wonderful crock pot recipes!
Oh ~ and I love the name of your recipe!
This looks very good. Thanks for sharing it!
That looks wonderful. My only problem is that we raise our own broilers and they are huge. They don't fit very well into a crock pot. I have thought of cutting them in half before I freeze them.
That is one yummy looking chicken! And it sounds quite easy ... gotta love that! I'm getting the printer going to keep this recipe. Thanks!!
Wow, I bet this tastes delicious! It looks great too!
Have a blessed week!
This looks really good & one I haven't seen before.
Well I don't have anyone fussy here, (other than a cat!) but that chicken looks yummy.
This looks great! I will put this on my shopping list. Can't wait to try it.
My kids love barbeque sauce anything -- and I have wanted to make my own. Thanks for sharing this, it looks delicious!
Yummy!Love the crockpot, especially on busy days as you said. Thanks for the recipe, I will have to give this one a try.
Have a great day Kelli!!
You've inspired me. Now excuse me while I retreat to the kitchen and get the chicken in the pot.
Ohh...that looks delicious. Thank you so much for sharing such practical recipes, Kelli!
Looks delicious. I'll have to try it -- and soon.
What a great idea! Slow Cooking Thursday. :-)
And I've seen a blog devoted completely to Crock Pot recipes. Guess there are a lot of Crock Pot lovers out there.
That looks incredibly delicious!!!!! Writing down your recipe!
Oh yum, another fantastic sounding recipe...can I hire you as my chef?????? Pleaseeeeeee?? lol I love chicken and the sauce it's cooked in really sounds delish, will try this for sure! xoxo
Sounds delicious! I use my crockpot at least once a week, especially in the summertime when it is so hot here. I'll have to try this recipe and visit her site.
Have a great Friday!
Hi Kelli, the chicken looks and sounds absolutely scrumptious and making it in the crockpot makes it all the better!
I put the recipe on my calendar to make this upcoming month Ü
Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Wow, I'm going to keep this recipe for when we get home sounds yummy, and with the cinnamon sounds like a chicken dish my friend Di used to use years ago. Have a great weekend!!
MMMMM That looks SO good! And easy too. Is the sauce hard to make?
That looks so yummy have a great weekend Char
that chicken looks yummy! i'm gong to have to try it! thanks for stopping by my blog! i love this crockpot thursday.
Oh, how I love my handy crockpot. This recipe looks delicious! The chicken just looks so tasty and tender! Thanks for sharing, I'm getting so many wonderful recipes from you!
Thanks for this! I cooks alot of chicken, but this has a new twist. I think my family will appreciate that!
Yummmmm... I've copied this off and plan to try it soon! Thanks for sharing your recipe. I really enjoy using my crock pot so I can have dinner prepared before noon and not have to worry about it! Blessings, Diane
this sounds wonderful! definitely going on my "to make" list! Thanks for sharing!
Your crockpot chicken looks very tasty.
Just thought I would let you know I'm cooking this today. I'll let you know.....I cannot wait.
Your recipe inspired me to pull out my crockpot after a few years of storage and I'm really glad I did! My family loved this chicken so much - it will definitely be a regular on our menu. I was out of a few things (lemon juice & a spice or two) but it still came out great. Thank you - love your blog :)
I first found the recipe for Fussy Day Chicken back when my daughter was a baby. She's now 29! The recipe was in a cookbook put out by the La Leche League. I haven't made the chicken in quite a few years and I no longer have that cookbook so googled to see if I could find it. That led me to your site. Thank you for enabling me to once again make this declicious dish!
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