Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Slow Cooker Middle Eastern Garlic Chicken from The Perfect Pantry

Use the CrockPot to cook this Middle Eastern Garlic Chicken, and keep the kitchen cool!

Slow Cooker (CrockPot) Middle Eastern Garlic Chicken
(Photos from The Perfect Pantry

I'm a big fan of all types of Middle Eastern food, and I think this Slow Cooker Middle Eastern Garlic Chicken from The Perfect Pantry sounds like a wonderful dinner any time of year.  But I'd especially like this when it's hot outside and you can use the CrockPot to cook the chicken and serve it with cooling additions like lettuce, tomatoes, pita bread, and Ranch Dressing.  I'd say it doesn't get much better than that for a Slow Cooker Summer Dinner!

Ingredients for this recipe:
  • Boneless and skinless chicken breasts
  • sliced and mashed garlic
  • kosher salt
  • pepper
  • allspice
  • lemon zest
  • juice of one lemon
  • olive oil
  • For serving, chopped lettuce, tomato, pita bread, buttermilk Ranch dressing.

Get complete instructions for Slow Cooker Middle Eastern Garlic Chicken from The Perfect Pantry.

Slow Cooker (CrockPot) Middle Eastern Garlic Chicken

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Chicken Fajitas from Kalyn's Kitchen
Chicken Tostadas from Taste and Tell
Chipotle Chicken Tacos from Kiss My Whisk
Mexican Chicken Fajitas from Shockingly Delicious
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  1. Thanks for featuring this recipe, Kalyn. It's a slow cooker version of the garlic chicken on skewers recipe that started me on a food writing career, so it's both a sentimental and a family favorite!

  2. Lydia, I can definitely see why it's a favorite. This looks totally amazing to me.


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