Most of the time when I share a recipe I try to include a little story, a little anecdote that leads up to the food. I try to bring it all full circle in the end. Today, I’m not gonna lie. I got nothin’.
What I can tell you is this: I’m hungry. I like chicken. I like quick and easy prep. And this recipe fits the bill. It has garlic, it has wine, it has onions. It all goes into the slow cooker and comes out a chickeny-garlicky-saucy dinner to be served over a bed of couscous. This is a recipe I must share with you.
This recipe for Slow-Cooker Garlic Chicken With Couscous comes from good ole Martha Stewart. After lightly browning chicken pieces in a skillet, the onion, garlic and thyme are tossed into the slow cooker and the chicken pieces are placed on top with a little salt & pepper. Flour and white wine are whisked together and drizzled over top. In as little as 3.5 hours (on high) or 7 hours (on low), the chicken & sauce is ready to be served over couscous which takes approximately five minutes to prepare. Top it off with parsley.
So there you have it, no fuss, no muss.
What is muss? I’m going to have to look that up….