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I am in love with this Crockpot Apricot Chicken Wings recipe! Best of all it is so easy to prepare. If you have never cooked wings in the slow cooker you are really missing out on an easy preparation method. This recipe is perfect for game day or tailgating. In fact I made these for my husband and his friends and they devoured them. Best of all, there are only 4 ingredients in this recipe!
To prepare all you do is place your chicken wings (or any cut of chicken that you desire) in the bottom of your crockpot. You can use chicken legs, thighs or chicken breast for this recipe too!
Next you combine a bottle of Wish-Bone® Russian Salad Dressing, a jar of Apricot preserves and 2 packets of Onion Soup mix (or make your own DIY Onion Soup Mix) and pour over the chicken.
Put the lid on your slow cooker and cook on high for 1 hour. Turn the crockpot on low and cook an additional 3 hours. The chicken was so tender and completely done through and moist but did not fall off the bone. If you over cook the chicken will begin to fall off the bone or shred easily.
The Wish-Bone® Russian Salad Dressing is a creamy blend of tomato, vinegar and spices for a sweet and savory dressing that makes this chicken have an amazing flavor. I served this recipe over rice but you could easily serve it with noodles, mashed potatoes or alone. It has a delicious flavor and best of all it is so simple to prepare this recipe with only 4 ingredients.
Crockpot Apricot Chicken Wings
- 1 jar Apricot Preserves 12 oz
- 1 bottle Wish-Bone® Russian Salad Dressing 16 oz
- 2 envelopes Onion Soup Mix or make your own
- 15 Chicken Wings or you can use chicken breasts, chicken legs or chicken thighs
- Place chicken into the crockpot.
- Combine Preserves, Wish-Bone® Russian Salad Dressing and Onion Soup Mix.
- Pour mixture over chicken.
- Cover and cook on high for 1 hour.
- Reduce heat to low and cook an additional 3 hours.
I love that Wish-Bone® Russian Salad Dressing is not made with High Fructose Corn Syrup. They removed High fructose corn syrup is removed from the core line of Wish-Bone ® dressings in 2011. You can also visit Walmart.com for more great recipes made with Wish-Bone® Salad Dressing that are perfect for game day.
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