9 Reviews

YUMMY! This was such a great little recipe, and so easy too! I used about 10 cloves of garlic minced and only 1/2 cup white wine, cuz I ran out. It had a great lemon flavor and was very tender. I always use frozen meat in the crockpot only because it helps the meat stay moist, so I am glad to see someone else who does this! :)

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~*Miss Diggy*~ December 21, 2002

We had this tonight.Very busy day. But you made it turn out wonderful.We enjoyed our dinner so very much. Oh Yeah 5 star means NO Left overs.....Thank You...

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Braunda December 22, 2002

Flavor was good-garlic with a hint of lemon. I made this with boneless chicken breast and seven hours was just too long. Chicken was dry.

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Indiana Debbie February 06, 2003

The chicken fell apart... and we LOVED it! It smells great while cooking, looks appealing and couldn't have been more tender or flavorful. I used fresh boneless chicken thighs and browned them before adding them to the pot. I served this over short grain brown rice seasoned with salt, pepper and thyme and a side of parmesan almond green beans. Super tasty, super easy FABULOUS meal!

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rsarahl January 29, 2003

Because of the amount of garlic used (2 heads) it was for us a Saturday dish. When you prepare this recipe don’t be hungry! The smell of garlic, wine and lemon is very appealing. The combination of the ingredients makes it a very fine dish even if it looks rustic. We served it with polenta. Thank you for posting it.

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tantza January 04, 2003

So easy. My husband and toddler son really enjoyed this. Between the 2 of them, there was barely anything left (I didn't eat anything as I was sick with a cold/flu, unrelated to this recipe. Besides my tastebuds still haven't recovered so I wouldn't have been a good judge). My son ate it as fast as it was put in front of him. The hubby said lots of flavor and a good balance between the garlic and lemon. I used frozen boneless skinless chicken breasts. I substituted Italian seasoning for the seasoning salt and a dash of a habanero sauce for the Tabasco as I had neither of those ingredients in the house. Since the sauce didn't fully cover the chicken breasts, a few times during the cooking I did spoon some of the sauce over the chicken. We will have this again.

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Ducky January 02, 2003

Great recipe. My chicken was not completely frozen, but it was only about 1/2 thawed. I put it all in the crockpot about 1 o'clock and when I got home around 5:30, it was perfect. I will make this again, but next time, I will cut down on the lemon juice just a little.

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Jellyqueen February 24, 2004

This was so easy, and I liked that I could start with frozen chicken and still have it turn out well. (I often forget to defrost something for dinner!) Will definitely make this again.

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agileangus August 03, 2003

The lemon/white wine was overpowering and made the chicken bitter. A definite NO

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lynnpz October 14, 2004
Crock Pot Lemon-Garlic Chicken