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Slow Cooker Belgian Chicken Booyah

Rated as 3.87 out of 5 Stars
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"This is a booyah recipe that is adapted from originally a 50 gallon recipe cooked in large 55 gallon cast-iron kettles with a wood fire, most often at church picnics in northeastern Wisconsin."
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Ingredients

6 h 25 m servings 248
Original recipe yields 20 servings (5 quarts)

Directions

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Footnotes

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  • Aluminum foil helps keep food moist, ensures it cooks evenly, keeps leftovers fresh, and makes clean-up easy.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 248 calories; 9.6 18.6 21.9 68 1918 Full nutrition

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Great stuff! I followed the recipe for 5 servings instead of 20 as written and used all fresh vegetables instead of frozen or canned. It cooked thoroughly in 6 hours but wasn't as soupy as an or...

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WAY TOO SALTY!!! I had to pour the stew through a colander and briefly rinse the veggies and meat, then put back in the crock pot with fresh broth to make it edible. Even then, it isn't very int...

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Great stuff! I followed the recipe for 5 servings instead of 20 as written and used all fresh vegetables instead of frozen or canned. It cooked thoroughly in 6 hours but wasn't as soupy as an or...

Cut the recipe in half and it came out well. The only problem was it was too salty, likely because the recipe calls for not only salt and celery salt but also canned vegetables (which can be hig...

have made many times in the past year. The only thing I add is 1/2 lemon and zest for the over the top Wisconsin flavor :) When I want more of a stew texture I throw in 1/2C rice to thicken it u...

This was delicious! I cut the recipe in half, and my family was glad that we still had leftovers the next evening. The only thing which I did differently was to use 'frozen' green beans (alon...

I simmered all of the ingredients in an 8-qt. dutch oven on the stove-top for 3 hours because my slow cooker is only 4 qt., and I knew it wouldn't hold all of the ingredients. I used about 1 T....

A new fave for us. Outrageously tasty, simple to put together, and totally healthy! Our first version of Booyah was prepared with what was on hand: all fresh veggies except corn & tomatoes; chi...

Very hearty and robust stew! I had to add (2TBSP) minced garlic to the recipe just because I like garlic. Use fresh vegetables for over the top results. There was a bit too much salt for me but...

I would rate it 5 stars if it weren't for all the salt! If you use fresh ingredients and cut out as much of the salt as you can, this is a great recipe. My rule of thumb is start with it plain: ...

WAY TOO SALTY!!! I had to pour the stew through a colander and briefly rinse the veggies and meat, then put back in the crock pot with fresh broth to make it edible. Even then, it isn't very int...