In collaboration with Florida 4 Less.
Ok, I have to admit it. I really am quite a lazy cook. I do love cooking and experimenting with new flavours and techniques, but as a busy Mum of three juggling two jobs, a hard core exercise routine and the desire to go adventuring outdoors every time the sun comes out, I often like quick to prepare no-fuss meals.
This recipe is one of those meals. The ingredients for this slow cooked Cuban-inspired chicken can get plonked into the slow cooker first thing in the morning before heading out for a day’s adventuring with the family in the full, glorious Shetland sun (when it shines it shines!).
Upon our return, wind-swept and exhausted with big smiles on our faces, we are met at the door with the aroma of citrus and roasting chicken wafting from the slow cooker.
This is my take on the classic slow cooker Cuban chicken recipe. Combining the zing of orange and lime with the warmth of smoked paprika and toasted cumin, this light summery dish can be served with a green side salad and brown rice or crusty bread to help soak up the juices.
This recipe was developed in collaboration with Florida 4 Less, and you can find the ingredients and instructions over on their Secret Florida blog. Do check out their other gorgeous Floridian recipes too, including an absolutely lush Key Lime Pie and a cooling Strawberry Mojito!
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Elizabeth’s Kitchen Diary was compensated for her time and ingredients used in creating this recipe with money and a hamper of American candy. All thoughts and opinions expressed are our own.