Saturday, May 11, 2013

Slow Cooker (Crock Pot) Creamy Tarragon Chicken from LaaLoosh

Slow Cooker Chicken with a Creamy Sauce and Fresh Tarragon.

Crock Pot Creamy Tarragon Chicken from LaaLoosh found on
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Tomorrow is Mother's Day and according to Utah gardening wisdom, that's the first day when it's safe to plant your vegetable garden without fear of frost.  I don't know how true that is, but one thing I do know about gardening is that French Tarragon is a wonderful herb, and if you're not already growing it, you should plant some immediately.  I love French Tarragon so much I wrote a post about Cooking with Fresh Tarragon, but this is all leading up to my confession that I haven't ever used Tarragon in a slow cooker dish.  That's only one of the reasons this Crock Pot Creamy Tarragon Chicken from LaaLoosh caught my eye.  This recipe just went on my "to-try" list, and I've already bought the French Tarragon plants for my new house. 

Get the complete recipe for Crock Pot Creamy Tarragon Chicken from LaaLoosh.

More Ideas with Chicken in the Slow Cooker:
Better Butter Chicken from Dinner with Julie
Buttered Chicken and Tomato Curry from Dinner du Jour
Chicken and Dumplings from The Gracious Pantry
Chicken in Peanut and Chile Sauce from The Perfect Pantry
Chicken, Potato, and Peanut Stew from Kayotic Kitchen 

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