32 ounces chicken broth
1 onion, cut into wedges
1/2 lb bacon, cut into small pieces and semi fried
salt, to taste
pepper, to taste
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It is a dip kinda weekend. Some people are celebrating that big football game…us, we are celebrating company. Several folks will be dropping in today for a visit and that certain football game won’t even be on here. We aren’t a big sports family, we are more of a nerd family.But while we may not be sports fans, we will take any opportunity to partake in some good food!
This recipe is a HUGE favorite at our house. It is requested often and is super easy to make.
Gather up your ingredients.
Place chicken in slow cooker with salt and pepper to taste, drizzled with a little olive oil. Cook on high for 2 hours.
Once the chicken has cooked through remove and shred it, then add back into the slow cooker.
Here is a cool tip: Place your chicken in your stand mixer with the cookie paddle attached. Turn it onto speed 4-6 and in just 20 seconds you’ll have perfect, restaurant style shredded chicken. Make sure the chicken is warm/hot before you shred it.
Saute the cabbage and onions on stove top in a large frying pan until softened then place in crockpot with the chicken.
Add the Frank’s RedHot Sauce, Ketchup and bullion cubes.
Mix well and cook on low for about an hour.
Serve warm with corn chips or tortilla chips. Just depends on your taste. OR, you can toast some French bread and pile it on top for an extra special appetizer and it becomes Chicken Cabbage Bruschetta!
Chicken Cabbage Dip
6 Chicken Breasts or large pack of Chicken Tenderloins
1/2 head of a large cabbage (shredded)
2-3 large onions (diced)
3 bullion cubbes
1 small bottle of ketchup
3 teaspoons Frank’s RedHot Sauce
Place chicken in slow cooker with salt and pepper to taste, drizzled with a little olive oil. Cook on high for 2 hours. Once the chicken has cooked through remove and shred it, then add back into the slow cooker. Saute the cabbage and onions on stove top in a large frying pan until softened then place in crockpot with the chicken. Add the Frank’s RedHot Sauce, Ketchup and bullion cubes. Mix well and cook on low for about an hour. Serve warm with corn chips.
Why do we use Frank’s RedHot Sauce? Because it is just that good. It has become a favorite here at The Post-It Place. Tate has it almost everyday for lunch. Here is his favorite combination:
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When I made this I had no idea that it would become my favorite dish of all time. Sometimes things turn out like you hope and sometimes they can be a huge flop. This could have gone either way, but I had my hopes up.
The minute we sat down for dinner and everyone tasted it, I KNEW it was a huge hit. There wasn’t a bite left. The ohh, ahhs, moans and groans said it all.
Now, it is a family favorite and one made on a very regular basis. It is easy and when you find the ingredients on sale makes for a very budget friendly meal. I found coupons for the Grill Mates that doubled and made it free, the London Broil was on clearance and I also found the gravy mix and ranch mix on sale. Total for this dish was approximately $6!
You will need a slow cooker, a London Broil, 1 package of McCormick Grill Mates Garlic Herb and Wine mix, a package of brown gravy mix, a package of Ranch dressing mix and 1 1/2 cups of water.
Stir all 3 packages of mixes into 1 and 1/2 cups of water.
Place the London Broil in a slow cooker and pour the gravy mix over the top.
Cook on low for 6-8 hours depending on how big your cut of meat is.
Remove from slow cooker and slice. It should just fall apart on you, and that is ok. When you plate it spoon some gravy over the top for the best results.
I can’t ever have this without mashed potatoes because the gravy from the meat is sooo stinking good on the mashed potatoes that it isn’t even funny. I also like to have a roll handy to sop up any gravy left on the plate after everything else has been eaten. The other side you see on the plate here is fried cabbage. Yummy to the whole meal!!
There are several meats that you can always find either on sale or marked down. That is chicken (either in drumsticks, quarters or thighs) and cube steak.
The thing with cube steak is that it can be pretty tough. I make it several different ways but this is our all-time favorite. It is so tender it just falls apart with the stir of a wooden spoon. Yep, seriously. It isn’t a pretty dish, but it sure is delicious! When Bric first saw it he was like eww, this looks like dog food…but after he tasted it he was really impressed. He also mentioned that it wasn’t like regular cube steak that you had to cut with a utility knife. He loved the taste and how tender it is. I also had a friend try it out and she says it is now her families favorite!!
Cube steak (I used a family size pack)
2 cans (10.75 ounce size) cream of mushroom soup
1 envelope onion soup mix
3/4 cup water
Salt and Pepper to taste
Place all ingredients in a crock pot. Cook on low all day. Serve over rice, noodles, mashed potatoes or with your favorite side dishes.
I told you it wasn’ t pretty. But I do promise it is good!!
We like it with about everything. Here I served it with green beans, sweet potatoes and a crescent roll. But it is really good over rice or noodles or with mashed potatoes. That way you have something to smother in the gravy. We just sopped our gravy up with our crescent rolls this time…so if that is what you have, I give you permission to do the same.
Just don’t tell my Momma, she would have a hissie fit just thinking of me sopping something up on my plate and would berate me from here to yonder knowing I said it was ok for you to as well.