Sunday, March 2, 2014

You'll be Rushin' to Make this Russian Chicken

That's right you will....(pun completely and entirely intended.....because I'm just nerdy like that) :)

We love Russian chicken, it's such a stress free meal but tastes like you spent hours cooking a special sauce.
The first time we had it was at our Pastor's house and we knew this was a dish we needed to start making.

We have a retro 50's oven but right now we do not have the propane hooked up to it (price of propane right now..YIKES!) so I've been relying on my slow cooker and toaster oven and it's really not that hard. 

Who doesn't love easy crock pot recipes that you can just throw in and have ready when dinner time rolls around.

This recipe originally bakes in the oven but I'll share my slow cooker version below.

What you will need:

Your handy dandy crock pot
2 small bottles of Russian dressing (8 oz. each)
(sometimes this can be hard to find, look up high, Wish Bone makes it)
1 jar of apricot jelly  (18 oz. jar)
1 envelope of dry onion soup mix
10-11 frozen chicken tenders

Simply place your chicken tenders in your crock and throw everything else on top, cook on High about 4 hours or on low 7-8 depending on your crock pot. 

This is wonderful served over rice and if you're in a hurry, just had a baby, etc. use minute yummy!!!

If you make it let me know what you think. 


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1 comment:

  1. RUSHING to make it, it sounded very nice! (At least adding ingredients to my shopping list). Russian dressing did you say? Our household relies on oil and vinegar (due to customs and cost) but I am quite willing to try it.
    Thank you for sharing and happy Sunday!