16 responses to “Super-Simple Seder Meal: Slow Cooker Chicken with Fennel & Lemon”

  1. Jesse

    Um, I just totally scratched the chicken I had on the menu for the seder and will be making this instead! It looks delicious, and I absolutely love slow cooked fennel…yum.

  2. Robert Richards Recipes

    Are you kidding me? This recipe sounds and looks totally delicious! This is going on my list of recipes to make over the next week. 😉

  3. Ben the Crock Pot King

    Hi Debbie,
    LOve Love Love the recipe!!! And the site as well I’ll defnitely spread the word! Please keep the recipes coming! Like I told Robert your more then welcome at http://www.crockpotking.com, please feel free, and roam around I defnitely have some recipes, that I think you’ll like!
    I’ve already book marked your post.

  4. A seder crock pot recipe Chicken & fennel & Lemon

    […] Found this great site, that has this simple recipe. The only reason I’m putting it out there is because of the fennel. It’s just one of those ingredients that can make or break a dish. This one happens to be done in crock pot, check it out for yourself: Chicken with Fennel & Lemon. […]

  5. Erika M.

    I don’t have a slow cooker. Wondering if I can make this in my oven or on my electric stove in a le creuset with boneless skinless chicken breasts? I too have a recipe for honey curry chicken I kind of want to toss in favor of this for seder tomorrow.

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  7. A Bit of Brooklyn

    I cannot believe I just found your site for the first time! I’m obsessed with finding things my little one will eat and I’ve been saying for months that there must be a site or book with foods you can make for yourself that little ones will eat…… and here you are! Can’t wait to try this!

    (btw, I recent had success with bread pudding with left over crusts, check it out on my blog if you’d like)

  8. Carly

    Hey, I’m on a yeast free diet, so cannot have the wine. Any thoughts on substitutions? Maybe doubling the chicken broth? BTW-this sounds delish!

  9. Mindy

    I’m doing the Seder at my mom’s house, an hour away. The logistics are a pain; I won’t have time to use a slow cooker! But your recipe sounds amazing. Can I follow the boneless breast in the oven suggested above, but in a covered corningware dish? I don’t own a le creuset.

  10. Mindy

    You are awesome and a lifesaver! I can’t wait to try this recipr!

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