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How can you make it any easier than this? With this One-Pot Honey Garlic Chicken and Veggies recipe for your slow cooker, you have about the most hassle-free family meal imaginable! Hey, I love my elaborate meals, but we just don’t have the time and energy for them all the time, do we? This sweet and savory flavor combination is sure to be enjoyed by people of all ages and tastes, and you won’t even have to spend any time fussing over a stove!
Those crushed red pepper flakes bring a little bit of heat to this dish. And my, oh my do the vegetables taste great when they’ve spent a few hours in the loving care of the slow cooker! There really is no need for a side dish – however, fresh bread would go so well with this (and people are going to want to use it to scrape every last drop of these delicious flavors on their plate!)
Recipe and photo courtesy of Damn Delicious.
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Quick tip: If you want the chicken thighs to have a crispy, brown skin, you can broil them for a few minutes before serving.