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    ♥ Crockpot Baked Chicken

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    Wow - thanks Craftybear. Great ideas for making easy chicken.

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    I have made chicken like this for sometime ... it's just like the deli chickens you get in the grocery!

    BTW There's no need to ball up the tinfoil as they suggested. Just turn a bowl (or whatever) upside down in the crockpot and set the chicken on top. The idea is so that the chicken is raised up above the drippings, so you don't have greasy meat to eat!

    I change up my seasonings ... sometimes sprinkling with BBQ spice or thyme or poultry seasonings ... whatevber you like! and often stuff an onion or two into the cavity for extra flavour. And sometimes drizzle some BBQ sauce over the top of the chicken!

    It's the quickest, easiest meal!
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    Thanks there were a lot of great recipes on the site!!

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    Delicious! Thanks Craftybear!

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    Sounds easy enough.....more time for sewing )

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    craftybear,glad to see you here again,don't always respond,but I do enjoy your recipes

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    Thanks for letting us know that you have made it along with your tips, yummy for my tummy



    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    I have made chicken like this for sometime ... it's just like the deli chickens you get in the grocery!

    BTW There's no need to ball up the tinfoil as they suggested. Just turn a bowl (or whatever) upside down in the crockpot and set the chicken on top. The idea is so that the chicken is raised up above the drippings, so you don't have greasy meat to eat!

    I change up my seasonings ... sometimes sprinkling with BBQ spice or thyme or poultry seasonings ... whatevber you like! and often stuff an onion or two into the cavity for extra flavour. And sometimes drizzle some BBQ sauce over the top of the chicken!

    It's the quickest, easiest meal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nms View Post
    Sounds easy enough.....more time for sewing )
    Exactly!! and often the reasons I make this meal (and many other crock wonders) ... fill up the crock and go and sew for the afternoon or day while supper cooks!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear View Post
    Thanks for letting us know that you have made it along with your tips, yummy for my tummy
    You're welcome ... it's so easy and so good .... and the leftovers are wonderful for future meals too!

    Something else I do ... set in some potatoes and carrots for a full meal deal! Just keep them up above the liquid, or else they'll be greasy icky yucky! Either on top of the upside down bowl, or on top of the bird.

    The hardest part I found ... was to find the "right" bowl to do the trick. One crock was easy, the other I have to put in a custard dish upside down and then a saucer over top ... so I usually use the other crock that's larger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    I have made chicken like this for sometime ... it's just like the deli chickens you get in the grocery!

    BTW There's no need to ball up the tinfoil as they suggested. Just turn a bowl (or whatever) upside down in the crockpot and set the chicken on top. The idea is so that the chicken is raised up above the drippings, so you don't have greasy meat to eat!

    I change up my seasonings ... sometimes sprinkling with BBQ spice or thyme or poultry seasonings ... whatevber you like! and often stuff an onion or two into the cavity for extra flavour. And sometimes drizzle some BBQ sauce over the top of the chicken!

    It's the quickest, easiest meal!
    this is what I do! I just love to stuff mine with fresh herbs and spritz it with a mixture of olive oil and white wine like the Italians taught me!

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    I make faux French roasted chicken similarly when I don't want to heat up my kitchen with the oven or fiddle with meat thermometers to get the correct interior temp.

    Leaving the chicken whole, I sprinkle coarse sea salt over the skin and in the cavity. Then I lay fresh herbs, usually thyme, rosemary, and sage across the top of the chicken and a few crushed cloves of garlic in the bottom of the crock. I have two small oven proof ramekins that I use to raise the chicken. Absolutely no liquids or oils are added. I cook the chicken on high for two hours. The skin will be slightly browned and the meat is very tender. While the chicken rests on the cutting board for about 20 minutes, I skim off some of the fat in the drippings and deglaze the crock pot with some white wine. In a heavy pan, saute a diced onion, 3-4 stalks of diced celery, whole julienned baby carrots, and sliced mushrooms in a tablespoon or two of butter and a tablespoon of chicken fat. Add the drippings and chicken broth, then add pepper and salt to taste. Pour the sauce over the pieces of chicken and serve over rice.

    If we don't eat it this way, I use the tender chicken to make chicken salad, gumbo, soup, or a fricassee. It is so moist and tender compared to the rotisserie chicken from the store. The taste of the meat is almost like a true roast chicken, however the meat won't crisp as it would in a 450 degree oven.
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    thanks for your recipe


    Quote Originally Posted by elizajo View Post
    I make faux French roasted chicken similarly when I don't want to heat up my kitchen with the oven or fiddle with meat thermometers to get the correct interior temp.

    Leaving the chicken whole, I sprinkle coarse sea salt over the skin and in the cavity. Then I lay fresh herbs, usually thyme, rosemary, and sage across the top of the chicken and a few crushed cloves of garlic in the bottom of the crock. I have two small oven proof ramekins that I use to raise the chicken. Absolutely no liquids or oils are added. I cook the chicken on high for two hours. The skin will be slightly browned and the meat is very tender. While the chicken rests on the cutting board for about 20 minutes, I skim off some of the fat in the drippings and deglaze the crock pot with some white wine. In a heavy pan, saute a diced onion, 3-4 stalks of diced celery, whole julienned baby carrots, and sliced mushrooms in a tablespoon or two of butter and a tablespoon of chicken fat. Add the drippings and chicken broth, then add pepper and salt to taste. Pour the sauce over the pieces of chicken and serve over rice.

    If we don't eat it this way, I use the tender chicken to make chicken salad, gumbo, soup, or a fricassee. It is so moist and tender compared to the rotisserie chicken from the store. The taste of the meat is almost like a true roast chicken, however the meat won't crisp as it would in a 450 degree oven.
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