Greek Chicken and Potatoes

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Add a bit of Mediterranean flair to your chicken and potatoes. You would never know that this delicious meal came from a slow cooker. It tastes like you spent the better part of the day roasting it.

Greek Chicken and Potatoes

Ingredients:

3 cups red potatoes, washed and patted dry

4-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts

1 onion, chopped

1 cup chicken broth

1 Tablespoon OlivExtra Plus (Canola Oil and Extra Virgin Olive Oil)

2 garlic cloves pressed

1 Tablespoon Greek Rub (Oregano, Lemon, Garlic and Mint)

Juice of 1 lemon

Salt and Pepper to taste

Directions:

Quarter potatoes and place them with the chopped onion in the bottom of slow cooker. Layer chicken breasts over the top.

In a small bowl whisk broth, oil, seasoning, garlic and lemon juice. Pour over chicken, onion and potatoes. Place lid on slow cooker. Cook 6-8 hours on low setting. Serve with a green salad. 

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Noel is a CEO and Mother of 4 who can be found blogging from her home office, who's passionate about family, nutrition, fitness and supporting others reach their health & fitness goals. Noel uses her blog to share about simple, healthy recipes, nutrition tips, walking, workouts and a little sprinkle of life! She created Noel's Kitchen Tips teaching families how to make budget friendly meal and healthy recipes. She's blessed to have the opportunity to be able to teach busy moms and families how to use food and cooking as a means of bringing family meal times back to the table and stay fit.

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  3. Thank you for your blog! I just recently discovered it and the recipes look great! I’d like to make this Greek Chicken & Potatoes in a regular oven — do you think that would work? Any advice on cooking time and whether or not I ought to pre-cook the potatoes at all? Thanks!

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