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Friday, April 5, 2013

Kooking with Kayleigh






While K has been mostly keen on sweets this week she gave a slow-cooker meal a try.

Creamy Chicken Chili

2 or 3 chicken breast
1/2 cup of instant potato flakes--garlic or loaded potato flavors work best
2 cans of northern white beans
1 sweet red pepper chopped
3 spinach leaves chopped
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
3 cups of chicken stock




Cooking Directions

Put the chicken breast in the slow-cooker with 1 cup of the chicken stock. Cook on high for 3 hours.

After its been cooked, drain out stock into separate bowl,  pull chicken a part in another  bowl, take the stock bowl and mix in the instant potato flakes, like a rue.


Then put all the remaining ingredients back into the slow-cooker on low for 2 more hours--

Dinners on!!













9 comments:

  1. love that she is helping you out, I just started a post with my 11 year old:O
    happy weekend.

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  2. Very nice--seems like its not a real spicy chili that's the way my kids like it--I might add a sprinkle of cumin for myself =)

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  3. Nice dish....great job to your daughter!

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  4. I think my husband and I would like this. Thanks

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  5. Sounds good!! I love that your daughter is a good helper in the kitchen. Good job!!

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  6. That looks yummy. I have only one question: How do you make it creamy?

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  7. That's just so adorable. I actually love to watch my daughter and husband cook and bake. It's really precious, and this looks like a reallllly good recipe.

    Thanks for sharing!!

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  8. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Kayleigh rocks! :)

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  9. I think it is awesome that Kayleigh is in the kitchen with you. I understand her bent to sweets, I hear yah girl, but that slow-cooker meal looks pretty yummy too!

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