Slow Cooker Fish Recipes (Most Popular)
This is a lower sodium recipe, if you are not worried about salt, add an envelope of onion soup mix (or 4 bullion cubes) when you put everything in the crockpot.
This can use any protein you want (I used shrimp), OR go totally vegetarian, use tofu if you want.
If using raw meat. cut it in bite sized pieces and put it in the bottom of the crockpot, then put veggies on top. I used raw shrimp and did not want to over cook them, so I added the shrimp one hour before I was going to serve the chop suey. If you are using pre-cooked (leftover meat), add to the crockpot one hour before serving time.
I used corn starch to thicken the "gravy" (1 TBSP to 1 cup of water), but you do NOT have to do this step (cornstarch is factored into the nutritional totals).
Serve over rice or chop suey noodles....(not factored into nutritional counts).
This meal is quick, easy and Healthy. Feel free to choose any fish you like I prefer a 3.5 ounce Swai fillet or Tilapia but I've even done this with boneless skinless chicken and it was GREAT.Submitted by VICKIMAC4