Many people who lead busy lives do not have time to come home and prepare a healthy meal. Many times, frozen processed food takes the place of healthier meals due to lack of time. By the time you get home from work you are likely so exhausted that you do not feel like spending another hour or two in the kitchen cooking a well balanced meal.
One great example is having a roast chicken for a weekend meal. Shred the leftover chicken and freeze it in ziplock bags. Be sure to squeeze the air out of the bags for best results. You can use the frozen chicken during the week for a stir-fry or a mediterranean diet slow cooker chicken.
When cooking, you should place the chicken first inside the crockpot, since it takes longer to cook. Once it is already tender, you may add in the broccoli. On high setting, the dish cooks for 6 to 8 hours. On the other hand, high setting will make it cook faster, which is for only 3 to 4 hours.
Before I jump into the good stuff, I’d like to send a shout out to Jess Williamson from Butter with a Side of Bread. I used her awesome Best CrockPot Beef slow cooker chicken Stew Recipe as a framework for building mine. Thank you!
In addition, the chicken’s eggs can be, used during breakfast; you may collect the chicken’s eggs on a daily basis. However, be sure that you first put on a pair of gloves preferably welding gloves. Welding gloves will keep you from being peck by the mother hen. If you leave her at least one egg every time she will not peck you.
There really is nothing to starting this business. All it takes is a little get-up-mediterranean chicken and orzo-go and an attitude. You CAN do this! Anyone can do this! You just need to start!