Regina's StoryMy whole family LOVES this easy recipe. Can use bones in ribs, porkchops, chicken pieces or chicken breasts. I prefer the meatier country ribs, boneless or bone-in. Found it in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette years ago. No person listed.
In that recipe it was called "Door Slammer Chicken" & cooked in the oven on 375 for 1 1/2 hours.
dry onion soup mix
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1Mix russian dressing, dry soup mix, & apricot preserves together in slow cooker. Will be thick & gooey.
2Slide meat(ribs, chicken, pork chops etc) into goo to completely submerge the pieces. Country ribs are the best!
Cover & cook on LOW for 8 or HIGH for 4
3Serve with mashed potatoes or mac & cheese & a veggie. If you want to you can add the "juice" to the mashed potatoes. (like gravy) YUMMY!
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Lauri Funk Lauri8433 - Jul 26, 2011
Yummy, yummy, yummy!