This recipe is called “Million Dollar Chicken” and one bite, and you’ll know why!

– Onion powder, 1/2 teaspoon
half a cup of sliced unsalted butter (one stick)
– 4 minced garlic cloves
1/4 cup of homemade chicken broth is ideal.
heavy cream, 1/4 cup
– Shredded cheddar cheese, measuring 1 cup
the garnishing amount is 1/4 cup chopped parsley
If thickening is necessary, add 1 tablespoon of cornstarch.
Here are the directions:
Make sure the chicken thighs are well-coated with garlic powder, salt, pepper, and paprika. (Powder before inserting is optional.)
2. Evenly put the seasoned chicken at the base of the slow cooker.

Third, use butter pads to smear the chicken, and then top with chopped garlic.
4. Carefully pour the chicken stock over the chicken, being sure not to remove any spices.
5 Make sure the chicken is very tender—almost coming off the bone—by setting the slow cooker to low and cooking for 6-8 hours or high for 3-4 hours.
6. Gently fold in the heavy cream and cheddar cheese until they melt and blend into the sauce, which should take around 15 minutes before serving.
7. To make a slurry using cornstarch and a little water, add it to the slow cooker and stir until thickened. For a few further minutes, let it boil until it thickens.
8. Lastly, before serving, sprinkle chopped parsley over the dish for a vibrant and fresh garnish.
Tips and Variations: – Every dish calls for a little bit of creativity. A teaspoon of red pepper flakes may be added to the seasoning for an extra heat.
– A Cut the butter in half if you’re managing your fat consumption; it will still have the same reassuring effect. – Also, if you’re short on heavy cream, you can use milk instead; it won’t be as creamy, but it will do the work.

– A Feel free to substitute the cheese that suits you best. If you have some nice Gruyère or Pepper Jack cheese on hand, this meal will be transformed.

You can count on this Slow Cooker Million Dollar Chicken to become a cherished family dish, much like the finest tales told over a meal. More than simply food, it symbolizes the joy that comes from sharing it with loved ones and reflecting on how fortunate we are to have such wonderful people in our lives.

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