Bold, flavorful curried chicken in your crockpot has never been so easy–the perfect weeknight meal that anyone can put together.
Most of the time I truly enjoy cooking. I love being creative in the kitchen, and putting together a bunch of things that make my husband make that face where he raises an eyebrow and the rest of his face gets all scrunchy, only to end up admitting his unfounded skepticism when he tastes the deliciousness that ensues.
But sometimes getting in the kitchen after a long day sounds like the worst thing everrrrr. This is when I love my crockpot. And even more, I love crockpot recipes that literally require zero effort on my part. If I have to brown meat first, it usually never even ends up happening because that means I actually have to remember to cook at 7am.
This is the easiest recipe you will ever make. And you want to know a secret? Usually when I make it, I use a bag of broccoli that steams in the microwave and boil-in-a-bag rice. Sometimes I remember to set up my rice cooker which is also super hands off, but I like the option of being 100% lazy.
As easy and simple as this recipe is, it doesn’t taste like it! The flavors are bold, and it’s one of those dishes where you look forward to eating the leftovers all week long. In fact, sometimes Steve and I even fight about who gets to take them to lunch. 😉
Bold, flavorful curried chicken in your crockpot has never been so easy--the perfect weeknight meal that anyone can put together.
- 2 large chicken breasts
- 3 cups green curry sauce (use gluten-free and/or dairy-free sauces is desired)*
- Brown rice and steamed broccoli for serving**
- Place chicken in slow cooker. Cover with curry sauce. Cook on low for 5-6 hours.
- Remove chicken from slow cooker and shred. Return to sauce. Serve with brown rice and steamed broccoli.
*Curry sauce needs to cover chicken. Depending on the size of your slow cooker and chicken breasts, you may need more or less sauce. **I serve about half a chicken breast with 1/2 cup brown rice and 1 cup broccoli. Feel free to alter as desired, or serve with something totally different.