Slow cooked whole chicken in the crock pot (Sip Bite Go)
Cook a whole chicken in the crock pot to feed up to four people. If you’re cooking a crock pot chicken for two, you’ll probably have delicious leftovers you can use for a variety of other meals. This roast chicken in a slow cooker recipe creates tender, fall off the bone chicken with minimal effort.
Ideally, marinade the chicken for one hour up to one day ahead. Alternatively, season chicken with recommendations in recipe post.
Add olive oil to a large medium-hot pan. Sear the whole chicken for a few minutes on each side until golden brown, adding a drizzle of olive oil with each turn.
Add vegetables and one cup (about 1”) chicken or vegetable broth to the slow cooker. If you don’t have broth, add water seasoned with herbs (rosemary, thyme, two bay leafs) or salad dressing (try Italian or balsamic).
Slow cook the whole chicken on the high setting for 4-6 hours, or the low setting for 6-8 hours.
Serve straight from the crock pot. Or, for crisp skin, once the chicken is done cooking in the crock pot, add butter to the outside of the chicken and roast the whole chicken in the oven 425 degrees for 20 minutes.
Save any stock left over from the crock pot for future recipes.
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