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Here's game day recipe the whole crowd will love. The creamy four-ingredient dip cools the heat of the spicy slow-simmered chicken.
Almost as easy as takeout, this savory dish is a delicious way to unwind at the end of a hectic weekday.
Slow-simmering makes this tangy sweet and sour chicken melt in your mouth. Serve it with vegetable fried rice.
Chicken thighs mingle with sauerkraut and spaetzle, creating a zesty, hearty dish with German flair.
The filling for this crowd pleaser takes 15 minutes of prep time and then simmers in your slow-cooker all day, making the ideal supper for a busy weeknight.
This thick chowder is a good way to lure picky eaters from macaroni and cheese. Serve it with breadsticks for dipping.
A thick and creamy broth is filled with tender chicken, carrot, onion, corn, and celery. Top with crisp bacon.
The licorice-like flavor of fennel makes a serendipitous match with pears. Because the fruit is dried rather than fresh, you can make this dish any time of year.
Although classic Italian osso buco is made with veal shanks, this slow-cooker version is tasty proof that chicken drumsticks can be a first-rate substitute.
Prep for this beautiful dish is a snap. Simply put the chicken and vegetables in a slow cooker and let it work its magic.
Raisins, apricots, and a delicious blend of spices make this slow-cooker stew hard to resist; serve it at a casual weeknight get-together.
This slow-simmering barbecue makes a delicious weeknight dinner -- or game day treat for the crowd.
This fuss-free dinner is perfect for casual entertaining. For a brighter flavor, add more thyme and basil 10 minutes before serving.
Make chicken soup a weeknight favorite with this Asian-inspired twist. Serve it with veggie spring rolls.
Sweet raisins and peanuts balance spicy curry in this mouthwatering dish.