Rotisserie Style Crock Pot Chicken
This is definately a set it and forget it meal. It was ready to eat when I got home from work.
"This is so incredibly yummy! I rubbed it with olive oil, seasoned it inside and out with Montreal steak seasoning and stuffed it with whole garlic cloves, chopped onion, celery, and lemon (with the skin). I also cooked it breast side down on top of the foil balls on high, all day long (about 10 hours) as the recipe directs. DEE-LISH! The only thing that I would do differently would be to brine the bird for a short time before cooking in the crock pot. Everyone should try this one!"- jfcconsulting
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Rotisserie Style Crock Pot Chicken Preparation
You can get a rotisserie-style chicken by cooking it in your crockpot. Take aluminum foil and make balls that are about 1-inch in diameter. Place them in the bottom of the crockpot. Clean and season your chicken any way you want. Then place the chicken on top of the aluminum foil balls. Cook on high all day. By placing the chicken on top of the balls, the chicken stays out of the juices which will make it like a rotisserie chicken. My family loves it! I usually season it with McCormick Grill Mates Montreal Chicken seasoning.
With the tin foil balls this came out just like in the oven but was jucier!
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