Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Marci Boudreaux Gets Her Slow Cooking On!

This recipe meets my requirements...sounds delicious and there will be leftovers!  Definitely have to try this one.  And if you haven't tried Marci's books, you need to add them to your 'gotta' do list too!
 
 
Barbecued Chicken 

by Marci Boudreaux

Though July is closely associated with barbeque pits and charred bits of meat, there is another way to get great tasting BBQ Chicken or pork…without risking the loss of facial hair.

 This year will be known (at least in my family) as the year I discovered the glorious wonders of a slow cooker. Yes, my friends, I no longer stand over a hot stove (or pit) for hours cooking for my starving family. Our home cooked meals are now done slowly, with minimal effort from me.

And this recipe is one of my personal favorites!



Marci’s BBQ Chicken

4-6 uncooked boneless chicken breasts (or small pork roast)
1 bottle of your favorite bbq sauce (Hey, this still counts as homemade!)
¼ cup white vinegar
1tsp. red pepper flakes
¼ cup brown sugar
1tsp. minced garlic
½ small onion diced

 Mix bbq sauce, vinegar, pepper flakes, brown sugar, garlic and small onion in medium sized bowl.  Place meat in slow cooker. Pour bbq sauce mixture over meat. Cook on low for 4-6 hours.

Done!

Seriously?? YES! And it is delicious!

I shred mine and put it on a bun with coleslaw, but my kids eat it straight up with a side of baked beans

This is a great way to have summer flavor without adding to the summer heat. And it’s so easy!

Here's a little from Unforgettable You, my latest contemporary romance, for your reading pleasure while you sit back with a glass of chilled wine and wait for that terrific chicken to slow cook.



Is their love strong enough to survive their real lives?

Desperate to keep her ailing mother-in-law Doreen in the family home, Carrie Gable agrees to board a few of Hollywood’s elite actors. Despite her resentment of their demands, she can’t stop her attraction to actor Will Walker.

 Will, out to save his failing career, agrees to a project that bores him. The more time he spends with his egotistical co-stars, the more drawn he is to their hostess. Long nights talking with Carrie make him realize he wants a simpler life, but his ties to L.A. refuse to let him go.

 The temptation to regain stardom pulls Will in one direction while the obligation to family tugs Carrie in another. Against all odds, the couple struggles for a solution to save their new found happiness.

To read an excerpt from Unforgettable You, please click HERE.

Check out the trailer for Unforgettable You HERE.

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4 comments:

Sloane Taylor said...

Sunday night dinner! No doubt about it. Thanks, Marci, for the easy recipe and for terrific books.:)

Sharon Ledwith said...

Between Marci's BBQ chicken and my BBQ ribs, we wenches will be set for the week! Wishing you the best in ALL your publishing and cooking endeavors, Marci! Hugs!

Sara Daniel said...

I made these, and they are super-easy and awesome and perfect for when you only have a vague idea of what time dinner needs to be ready, which happens a lot in my house! Thanks Marci!

Holley Trent said...

I think I may actually have most of this stuff in my pantry, but of course the chicken is frozen.