Slow It Down! Recipes

Although Rachael is known for her 30 Minute Meals, she’s got more than a few ideas for those lazy Sunday afternoons when you have time to slow it down and let something cook for a while.  There’s nothing like walking into a house filled with the aroma of a roast in the oven!  Treat your family to one of these slowly cooked meals.

Slow Cooker Meal: Honey-Lemon Chicken With Potatoes

Prepare this chicken, potato and veggie slow-cooker meal in the morning and finish with a fragrant mixture of lemon, parsley and pine nuts in the evening.

Slow Cooker Meal: Spanish-Style Chicken

Slow cooking enhances the flavors of chicken, chorizo, fruits and veggies, while an almond citrus fruity sauce finishes the dish.

Orange Balsamic Rock Cornish Game Hens

Serve with Olive and Garlic Soft Cheese Spread with Whole-Grain Baguette and Yukon Gold Potatoes, Braised Carrots and Fennel, Sweet and Spicy Brussels Sprouts and Pumpkin Pie with Almond Spiced Whipped Cream.

Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Roasted Pepper and Black Olive Sauce

Serve with Marinated BoccanciniAsparagus Gremolata, Holiday Spiced Nuts, Tri Colore Salad with Fennel and Eggnog-Panettone Bread Pudding.

Coq au Vin

Chicken flavored with fresh herbs, vegetables and wine are the ingredients for this international classic. Be sure to allow enough prep time to marinate the chicken overnight.

Lemon-Glazed Roast Chicken with Tangerine-Scallion Spaghetti

Lots of citrus and honey flavor this dish with sweet and zesty tastes.

Braised (Chuck) Roast Beef

The best part about this recipe? Use leftovers to make Beef and Barley Stoup with Fontina Grilled Cheese.

Rollover Roast Pork Loin and Gravy with Roasted Veggies and Potatoes

Roll the leftovers from this Sunday dinner into two additional meals that you can whip up in no time during the week:

Indian Curry Roast Veggies over Spiced Rice

Roast Pork and Black Bean Chili

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