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I have 3 chicken breasts and seasoning. I want to cook this in the crockpot. I also have an onion. Every recipe I look at says to add cream of mushroom soup. I don't have any of this and I just got off from working 12 hours night shift in the ER. So....a store is out of the question.
My question is do I have to add any liquid to this? I just want the "baked chicken" type today and not "soupy" Do I have to add liquids to keep it from burning or will the juices from the chicken breasts be sufficient. Thanks!
 

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Do you have any chicken broth or boullion cubes to make broth?..If so I would add a little just to keep them moist and so they don't burn :)
 

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i do have boullion cubes. I will make a broth then. Thank you.
 

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That sounds delicious--post how it tasted !!
 

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it was delicious. so tender and not watery. It had nice color!! There isn't any left!!
I wasn't going out to get cream of mushroom and just thought I would try it.

very simple and good!!
 

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I sometimes cook chicken in the crock pot sitting over veggies with no liquid and it turns out very good as well.

I also frequently cook baked potatoes in my CP just as I would the oven, only for a much longer time.
 

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Oh, I bet dh would like this. I cook my beans with a jar of salsa.
we make our salsa fresh daily, I wonder if that will work? My dh just put the salsa in the beans in the bowl and eat it.
 
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