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Microwaving is different - when you microwave stuff you have to increase the time for multiple items.
Oven is fine. Cram as much in there as you can. So long as there's some air between each item you'll be fine. Bear in mind though that in some ovens the top is hotter than the bottom, so if doing them one on top of the other you could swap them halfway through so they're even.
I love chicken breasts cooked in the slow cooker but its normally with a sauce, not really suitable for all the traditional trimmings that we will still be having.
So any suggestions on how to cook my Xmas chicken breasts in a slow cooker? (tried the oven last year but feel it dries them out and they were wrapped in tin foil too!)
You don't need any liquid in the slow cooker the meat will be fine, if you're worried about them sticking put a chopped carrot in first
Put in large oven dish ( with lid ) sitting in a little half oil and half water.
Moist chicken guaranteed.
Away with the fairies :beer: