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I used leg quarters and added extra potatoes then cooked as written, very moist and flavorful, after plating I drizzled the juices over everything, Served Roasted Asparagus With Olive Oil as a side dish. Made for *Fall 2008 PAC* Thanks!

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Papa D 1946-2012 October 06, 2008

I used a mixture of chicken legs and breasts and I did sprinkle some spices on the potatoes as well. I think that adding a bit of lemon juice and minced garlic to this would be divine so I plan to try that next time. I decided to put the chicken under the broiler for a few minutes before I served it, just to add that lovely brown colour and crisp the skin a bit. Good recipe AshleyNeicole, thank you for sharing it. Made for PAC 2011.

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mums the word March 03, 2011

I used 2 bone-in chicken breast halves in place of a whole chicken and cooked in my 1 1/2 qt. crock. This was wonderful to come home to. The chicken was tender and juicy and the potatoes were perfectly seasoned. I used the leftover chicken breast in Chicken Velvet Soup . I love these recipes that give me 2 delicious meals! Thanks for posting Ashley. Made for Fall 2009 PAC.

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ElaineAnn September 19, 2009

This is very easy to make. Just throw a whole chicken in the crockpot & dinner will be ready. I liked the seasonings in the recipe. They added a traditional roasted chicken flavor. I also added celery, carrots, & onions to the pot. Made for Spring '09 Pick A Chef.

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Susie D April 09, 2009

I made this and it's GREAT!!! I did change some things however - I used Lawry's season salt, Jamaican Jerk seasoning, & Cajun seasoning - I used this combo on the potatoes and both sides of the chicken (large leg quarters). I also put 4T of butter on top of the chicken & let it melt down as it cooked. Super good!!!! This one is going in my recipe box!!!!

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rkmdreamcatcher_9133515 March 04, 2012

Really Good! I pulled all the spices listed in this recipe from the cupboard and let my hubby do the honors of rinsing and seasoning the chicken. I was a lil hesitant because he is usually heavy handed. He also thinks he is the better cook in the house. He says when he cooks, the food tastes good, but not so much when I cook. Well, let me tell you, this chicken recipe def was tasty. I don't normally like chicken cooked in a crock pot, it just reminds me of steamed chicken. I requested hubby to cook in oven on 350 for about 1-1 and 1/2 hours. This recipe is definitely replacing any previous chicken and potato dish! Have already requested hubby def make this again!

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pccreative February 23, 2012

Fantastic! A hit with the entire family. I doubled the recipe and used one-inch cubed boneless skinless breasts, tripled the baby reds & added juices from two freshly squeezed Mexican limes (it was Margarita nite). YUM. The boys were all about a Caesar salad that eve, but, I would have preferred a simple green leafy salad. Thanx for sharing.;)

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Tallie in Pacific NW October 19, 2010
Simple Crock Pot Chicken and Potatoes