Herbed Lemon Chicken in a Crock Pot / Slow Cooker

"This is a lemon herb garlic chicken dish which is made in a slow cooker to contain it's natural flavours. When we served it the meat fell away from the bone. If you wish to increase the celery and carrot you may do so without dramatically change the flavour of the dish. I normally remove the skin off the drumstick, which I recommended with this dish but feel free to leave it on. Everyone enjoyed it in our house hold, hope you will enjoy it."
 
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Ready In:
6hrs 21mins
Ingredients:
12
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a hot non-stick pan, add butter and melt.
  • Add chicken drumstick and brown or seal chicken.
  • Place celery & carrot on base of crock pot/slow cooker.
  • Add brown chicken drumstick into the crock pot/slow cooker, making sure the chicken drumstick are not sitting on top of each other (must be laying side by side). Pour left over juices in the pan into the crock pot/slow cooker.
  • Pour chicken stock and lemon juice on top of drumstick.
  • Sprinkle onions, garlic, parsley, oregano, salt and black pepper on top of the chicken drumstick.
  • Cover and cook on 'Low' setting for 6-8 hours. (Depending on you crock pot/slow cooker, mine tenders to cook quickly even on the slower setting).
  • Serve with juices on rice or with crusty bread.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Joanie M.
    In the recipe for the lemon chicken, canned chicken breast be substituted for the drumsticks?
     
  2. YiayiaMouse
    Has anyone found a way to do this with white meat (lean) chicken or turkey???
     
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Reviews

  1. mamere94
    I doubled the veggies and lemon juice (they were very small lemons), left everything else the same. My goodness, it made an awful lot of juice. The first meal, we just ate it as is. It was ok, and the house smelled heavenly, but we weren't that excited about the food itself. However, I deboned and shredded the leftover chicken, added in a little extra broth (there was so much original juice, it didn't need much extra!) and some rice, and made a soup for lunch today. We decided we liked it better as the soup than the original dish, which bumped up my rating.
     
  2. Audrey M
    I have to agree with the rest of the reviews. I didn't have chicken legs but bone in chicken breasts. This recipe was easy to follow and made with items that you will have in your cupboards. The only change I made to this recipe was to remove the chicken half hour before serving. I place in the chicken on a oven safe dish and covered it with aluminum foil. I then placed the chicken in the oven on a preheated 200 degree oven while I cooked the rice in the crock pot. I put in a cup and half of rice, turn the crock pot to High and cooked it in the juices for about half hour. I will test for doneness. This is a true keeper.
     
  3. GlamAtomic
    This was wonderful! I made mine using boneless/skinless Chicken Breasts, cut in half and used 2 lemons instead of 1. I also added a bit of extra garlic and a little more oregano. The end result was superb! I will definitely be making this simple yet rewarding dish again!
     
  4. Peter J
    This was wonderful! Rather than drumsticks I used some skinless chicken breasts and it worked really well with them as well. I served over couscous and which soaked up the juices and made a great combination.
     
  5. mandz
    This was excellent and simple,cheap and full of flavour. I doubled the vegies and served it with some brown rice and steamed green beans.
     
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