Even though we are now land-based for the next several months, I still try my best to keep our meals simple to make and economical. This past boating season I found my combo pressure/steamer/slowcooker to be invaluable. It does mean that we have to be plugged into shore power or use the generator but the meals that it can produce make onboard life so much easier. The same applies to being back in our ‘dirt’ galley – dump (literally) all the ingredients, plug in and walk away for a delicious inexpensive dinner.
Does it get any easier?
Just four ingredients and four hours later, dinner is ready with juicy slices of turkey and moist stuffing.
I cooked up some braised cabbage toward the end of cooking time and a small amount of cranberry sauce to accompany. My Maple Orange Cranberry Sauce recipe here
Voilà! Our yummy easy boat-friendly Thanksgiving dinner.
- 1 complete turkey breast, skin on and bone in or 2 large chicken breast
- 1 package of stuffing
- ½ cup plain Greek yogurt or sour cream
- 1 can of condensed cream of 'something' soup (I used cream of chicken)
- Place turkey breast in the bottom of the cooker.
- Sprinkle stuffing mix over breasts.
- Mix yogurt and soup together with ¼ - ⅓ cup water. Mixture should be pourable and not too thick but not too runny just so it covers stuffing and turkey. Amount will depend on your brand of stuffing mix.
- Set slow cooker for 4 hours on low.
Inspiration thanks to TasteRecipe