Saturday, January 25, 2014

CrockPot Lemon Chicken baked on a bed of Sauerkraut from Eat at Home

CrockPot Lemon Chicken baked on a bed of Sauerkraut
CrockPot Lemon Chicken baked on a bed of Sauerkraut sounds deliciously low-carb.
We're focusing on healthy slow cooker options for the month of January, and for anyone who's looking for a crock-pot recipes that are low-carb, Paleo, or South Beach Diet Phase One, I think this CrockPot Lemon Chicken baked on a bed of Sauerkraut from Eat at Home sounds delicious.  Tiffany says, "Please don't let the sauerkraut deter you from trying this recipe.  It is so good!"

Ingredients for this recipe: 
Jar of sauerkraut, ground red pepper, dried rosemary, bone-in chicken pieces, lemon juice, olive oil, salt and pepper.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! This link will take you to the complete  recipe for CrockPot Lemon Chicken baked on a bed of Sauerkraut from Eat at Home. 

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More Ideas with Chicken in the Slow Cooker:  
Asian Chicken Barbecue from 365 Days of Slow Cooking
Buffalo Chicken Tacos with Blue Cheese Slaw from Mountain Mama Cooks 
Chicken a la Criolla from Skinnytaste
Chicken a l'Orange from Kayotic Kitchen
Chicken and Dumplings from The Gracious Pantry
Chicken and Pinto Bean Burrito Bowl from The Perfect Pantry
Chicken Chile Verde from Two Peas and Their Pod 
Chicken Drumsticks with Lemon and Herbs from MSPI Mama 
Chicken Thais (Thai Chicken) from Dinner with Julie
Sriracha-Pineapple Barbecued Chicken with Easy Guacamole from Kalyn's Kitchen 

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