Superb! For the regal feeling it imparts, we like to refer to this meal as the "Queen of the Slow Cooker."

How many servings: 6 to 8 people who are ravenous
Here are the ingredients: - 1.5 pounds of skinless, boneless chicken breasts, diced into small pieces.
one quarter cup of all-purpose flour and half a teaspoon of paprika
Season with salt and pepper, to taste. Add chopped onion, one small onion.
Slicing one cup of mushrooms
• Chopped red bell pepper, one (1)
- Mince 2 cloves of garlic
A cup of frozen peas and carrots and 1.5 cups of chicken broth
half a cup of heavy cream
- 1/4 cup of dry sherry, if desired
1/4 teaspoon of dried thyme
- For garnishing, chop 1/4 cup of fresh parsley.
What to do:
1. Lightly cover the chicken pieces with flour, paprika, salt, and pepper; set aside in a slow cooker.
Second, combine the minced garlic, red bell pepper, mushrooms, and chopped onion by giving everything a good swirl.
Third, add the chicken broth and, for flavor, a dash of sherry if desired. A little dried thyme, sprinkled on top.
4. Simmer covered for 6 hours on low heat or 3 hours on high heat, or until chicken is very soft and nearly begs to be poked.
5. Add the frozen peas and carrots and toss them in with the chicken about 15 minutes before serving. Let them get comfy with the chicken.
Finally, while the sauce is heating through, whisk in the heavy cream to make the delicious silky sauce.
7. Check the seasoning and taste it before serving.
8. Top it off with some bright, fresh parsley—it's like eating confetti!
Here are a few variations and tips: - To make it dairy-free, you may use coconut milk instead of heavy cream. Despite its uniqueness, it is delicious!
Are you looking for ways to sneak in extra vegetables? In the final few minutes of cooking, toss in some spinach or kale.
"Any chance you have any leftover turkey?" After all many Christmas dinners, this is the perfect alternative to chicken.
- A Lunch the following day is even better with some time in the fridge to let the flavors meld; save any leftovers in the fridge.

Your "Queen of the Slow Cooker" Chicken is now ready to be served. Remember that with a slow cooker and some creativity, you can make a home-cooked dinner even on the busiest days. I would love to hear about your culinary experiences with this one. Enjoy your time in the kitchen!