Rotisserie Chicken

Rotisserie Chicken

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Cook Time 6 hrs
Temp High

to make rotisserie chicken, Clean chicken and spray with olive oil. Season with Lawry’s seasoned salt. Make 4 2-3”balls of aluminum foil and place them in the bottom of the slow cooker. (The chicken is going to sit on these). Place chicken breast side down in slow cooker on top of aluminum balls. Cook on... [Read More]

Ingredients

  • 1 whole chicken
  • olive oil, to spray chicken
  • Lawry's Season Salt, to taste
  • aluminum foil

Directions

  1. Step One

    Clean chicken and spray with olive oil. Season with Lawry’s seasoned salt.

  2. Step Two

    Make 4 2-3”balls of aluminum foil and place them in the bottom of the slow cooker. (The chicken is going to sit on these).

  3. Step Three

    Place chicken breast side down in slow cooker on top of aluminum balls.

  4. Step Four

    Cook on High, 4-6 hours.

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  1. brandy v.

    I want to make this but I don’t have any foil would it turn out ok without the foil? thank you

  2. Sharlene

    Oh my!!! Just made this today with some golden potatoes and carrots. It was absolutely delicious!! It was falling apart before I could get it out of the crock pot. Definitely cooking this again.

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  3. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Linda, depending on how hot your crock cooks you can plan to cook this on LOW for about 10-12 hours. Hope this helps!

  4. Linda

    Can you cook this on low, and if so, how long would it take?

  5. Miriam C.

    Yes Michelle please post the picture!

  6. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Exactly…saving $$$ and feeding hungry mouths with yummy food! Post your pic on our FB wall!!!!!

  7. Michelle H.

    I took a photo of it if anyone would like to see it.

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  8. Michelle H.

    This was great. Half the price of buying it at the grocery.

  9. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    I like your style, Reba. Thanks for the crockin’ tips.

  10. Reba R.

    I have made this twice and love it! The first time, I wrapped sweet potatoes in foil to put in the bottom Today, I used white potatoes wrapped in foil and then also threw in some carrots. I liked the sweet potatoes better. The chicken literally falls off the bones! In addition to season salt, I used some Tony Cachare’s seasoning, and put a couple chunks of onion, celery and some garlic cloves in the cavity. YUMMY. Once the chicken cools a little, I pull what’s left off the bone, throw the bones, onion, celery back in the crockpot with some water added to the juices that cooked out… let it cook a little longer and have some wonderful broth to use for something else. I’m single, but love the chicken like this, because there are so many things I can do with it.

  11. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    YAY!! Glad it was a crockin’ success for y’all.

  12. Barbi N.

    I made this last night. Instead of aluminum foil I laid the chicken on top of carrots and potatoes. I have never had a baked chicken so moist and fall right off the bone like it did.

  13. Paula G.

    I do this with about 4 bone in chicken breasts. I foil about 5 or 6 potatoes and sit on bottom of crock pot. Then I season the chicken breasts with Lawrys seasoning and layer the chicken on top of the potatoes. I cook on high about 6-8 hours. When I get home from work we have awesome chicken that is so moist it falls off the bone and baked potatoes ready to eat! I have 2 teenage boys and it is one of their favorite dinners. They say it smells like Thanksgiving when they walk in the door.

  14. Susan C.

    Didn’t work for us. 4 hours in crockpot, the chicken fell off the bone, the skin was fatty, and the chicken was extremely dry. I have a plate of chicken now to use in a pot pie or soup.

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