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Tuesday, 08 November 2016 13:26

Roast a Whole Chicken in your Crockpot

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Roast a whole chicken in your crockpot! Roast a whole chicken in your crockpot! Allergy Superheroes
We have a couple of frozen chickens in our freezer, and I’ve been wanting to roast them but haven’t wanted to spend all day near the kitchen. I then wondered whether it was possible to roast a chicken in the crockpot? A quick consultation with google informed me that yes, it was possible, so I decided to give it a whirl. If you’d like a delicious, fall-off-the-bone-tender, succulent chicken dinner with minimal work, this is a great technique! Try it and a perfect chicken will be waiting for you when you get home from work–and your house will smell delicious, too!

  • Ingredients: 1 whole chicken
    1 tsp salt
    freshly ground black pepper
    1 Tbsp paprika
    2 Tbsp Mrs. Dash Garlic and Herb
    1/2 tsp garlic powder
    1 garlic clove
  • Instructions: Place four wadded-up balls of aluminum foil in the bottom of your crockpot.

    Remove the neck and giblets from your chicken, rinse it, and pat dry.

    Mix all the spices together and apply the dry rub all over the bird's surface, including inside the cavity. Place the garlic clove inside the body cavity. (A pre-mixed dry rub, or different formulation works fine, adjust to your taste.)

    Place the chicken on top of the foil balls.

    Cover and cook on low all day. If you're a little shorter on time, cook for 2 hours on high and then reduce heat to low for remaining cook time.

    A half hour before serving, siphon out the juice with a turkey baster and keep cooking. You could even leave the lid off for this last half-hour. Save your juice for a soup base, it's delicious!
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  • Cooking method: Slow cook/crockpot
  • Special ingredients: no dried fruits, no fresh / raw fruits that don't get cooked by the end of the recipe, no fermented / pickled foods, no seeds, no beans / legumes / pulses, no alcohol, no grains
  • Just right for...: Comfort food, Quick & easy, Light fare, One-pot meal, Fall favorites, Winter favorites
  • Top 8 allergens?: gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, soy-free, fish-free, shellfish-free, nut-free, peanut-free
  • Active/prep time: 15-30 minutes
  • Total time (inc active/prep): 8-9 hours
  • Specialty Diets: Paleo
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