Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Crock Pot Whole Chicken

Other than the traeger, this is our favorite way to cook whole chickens!  It comes out so moist and juicy, and just falls off the bone!  I could go on and on about this dish because it's cheap, easy, and the options are endless with what you can do with it.  To make it short, I'll just name a few of our favorites:
*Eat plain with mashed potatoes and green beans (maybe even add some gravy)
*Chicken Sandwiches
*Chicken Stir Fry
*Chicken Broth (from the bone)
*Chicken Soup
*Egg Drop Soup
*Your Favorite Chicken Dish
…Endless possibilities J
Ingredients:
     1     3 lb whole chicken, skin removed and gutted
     1/2  Cup Chicken Broth
     1/3  Cup Lo-Sodium Soy Sauce
     1/3  Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil
     1/4  Cup Honey
     1     tsp Worcestershire Sauce
     2     tsp Balsamic Vinegar
     2     tsp Lemon Juice
     1     tsp Sesame Oil
     3     Tbsp Minced Garlic
Directions:
     *Place chicken in slow cooker
     *In a separate bowl stir together all ingredients.
     *Pour over chicken and cover.
     *Cook on low setting 8 hours (or 4 hours on High).

Step by Step:
    *Place chicken in slow cooker
     *In a seperate bowl stir together all ingredients.
     *Pour over chicken and cover.
     *Cook on low setting 8 hours (or 4 hours on High).
(Please Excuse the ancient crock pot.  It might look old but it still works great and I can't seem to part with it! :) I love my crock pots!)

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