This chicken is delicious! I used BOTH the onion and the lemon! The flavor was delicious, and the meat just fell off the bone! Thanks for sharing!
This was FANTASTIC!,I have only had my crockpot a few months and I must say, this is one of the best things I have made in it so far! I followed the recipe exactly except that I cut the cayenne down to 1/2 tsp. and this was still plenty spicy for me. I did not have a ziploc bag large enough for the chicken,so I placed it in a stainless steel bowl and covered with plastic wrap, and popped it in the fridge overnight. I cooked it as directed on low and it was ready for me in 6 hrs. I too ,as others, thickened the juices with some flour & water and this made an unbelieveable gravy, did not have to add a thing to it, so much flavour! Hubby got up from the table and exclaimed it one of the best meals I ever made! We had the leftovers for supper again tonight and he is still talking about how good this chicken is!,as a matter of fact, our grocery store has roasting chickens on sale this week, so he picked up 2 more for the freezer today....something tells me I will be making this chicken again very soon!!!!!! Thanks, Kathy for a fabulous recipe!
My chicken was pretty small cause , well so is my crockpot. Chicken had great flavor, couldnot have been easier to make. Think the time might be a little long but followed directions exactly in that respect. Leftovers made fantastic pot pie and another dish we will just call chicken surprise.
Delicious!! I had to make mine in the oven alas, as I found this recipe four hours before dinner - but was it ever good!!! I used your advice and subed in the lemon- wow!!!! Thanks for sharing this one!
This is so good! I used a chicken with a pop up timer and it popped up after 9 hours - I used the high setting for 2 hours and then turned it down to low for the remainder of the time. I used the seasonings and measurements exactly as stated and it was so delicious!
Flavor filled, moist chicken with all the fat cooked out of it - excellent recipe. The juice that cooked out is totally a jelly and will be put to good use as soup stock. I used a large fryer and cooked it for 5 hours on low then turned to keep warm for another 1 1/2 hours. For the last 1 1 /2 hours I added small whole onions to serve as one veggie, also served Garlic Mash Potatoes & steamed fresh green beans. Wonderful meal. To night I am have chicken Enchiladas and I know they will be very good filled with this tasty chicken - Thanks Kathydesrosiers
This is incredible! I omitted the cayenne pepper because we don't care for the spice. But it was still so wonderful. Tasty, tender, literally falling off the bone, I made a great gravy with the juices and a little flour... I am floored at how good and easy this is. And being the first time I had bought a roasting chicken, I was shocked at how cheap they are! So much more affordable than the seperate parts. I am wiser! Thanks!!!!!
This is unbelievably easy and delicious. My husband loved it so much that he suggested we have this once a week. I mix the spices the night before, throw them haphazardly on the chicken in the morning, and come home at the end of the day to a perfectly cooked meal.
This was so good! This was also my first time cooking an entire chicken and it turned out so well. I was surprised at all the liquid in the crockpot but it made a lovely gravy. I served this with roast pumpkin, potato and sweet potato as well as some steamed cauliflower and beans. I would definately make this again for company.
Great Flavor and sooo easy! I used smoked paprika, and it was delicious. Very tender. The spice mix was a nice blend - I think next time I might try marinating the chicken with it and throwing it on the grill!