I got my first taste of Greek food when I was just a wee-one while living near Tarpon Springs, FL. With one of the largest populations of Greek Americans in the U.S., its no surprise that you can find incredible authentic Greek cuisine on nearly every street you visit there.
And although technically speaking, this is a pretty Americanized Slow-Cooker Greek Chicken recipe, the seasoning used is fairly traditional and really does give it a burst of Greek flavor that makes this dish so rich and satisfying. In fact, I recommend doubling or tripling the Greek seasoning mix and keeping it on hand for creating other tasty dishes.
For example, Greek seasoning makes a flavorful addition to burgers and grilled meats. Simply add it to your favorite meat and fire-up the grill for a quick and delicious dinner! Or add it to thick whole milk or coconut milk Greek-style yogurt to create a delicious spicy dip perfect for enjoying your favorite raw veggies.
I typically serve this over basmati rice for my family, but for those of you who are grain-free like me, it’s wonderful over seasoned cauliflower rice. And for those on a non-legume grain-free diet, you can omit the white beans and it’s just as wonderful!
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