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Crock Pot Rotisserie Chicken

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Recently, I came across this recipe for a rotisserie chicken that you make in the crock pot. I this crock pot rotisserie chicken recipe is one from recipezaar. I love rotisserie chicken and figured it was work trying this out. After cooking this in the crock pot the skin wasn’t crispy. So, I put the chicken in a baking dish and broiled it for a few minutes in my oven.

The chicken, of course was falling apart as I moved it to the baking dish. Broiling it did the trick and gave the skin that crispness I was wanting. I loved cooking my chicken this way. However, the season salt was not enough for me to give the chicken a lot of flavor. Next time, I think I’ll put a small onion inside the cavity of the chicken. Plus, I’ll use some different spices like salt, pepper, and basil.

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Here is what you need to make the

Crock Pot Rotisserie Chicken

  • WHOLE ROASTING CHICKEN
  • OLIVE OIL FLAVORED COOKING SPRAY
  • SEASONING SALT
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Crock Pot Rotisserie Chicken

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Ingredients
  

  • 1 whole roasting chicken
  • olive oil flavored cooking spray
  • seasoning salt to taste (Use what spices you like, the season salt wasn't enough for me to flavor the chicken)

Instructions
 

  • Make 4 or 5 loose balls of aluminum foil and place in bottom of crock pot.
  • Clean chicken inside and out. Spray with olive oil spray. Sprinkle generously inside and out with seasoned salt.
  • Put chicken back-side down in crock pot (on top of foil balls). Cook on high 4-6 hours. Transfer chicken to a baking dish and place under your broiler for a few minutes until the skin looks nice and crispy.
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18 Comments

  1. My favourite thing to put in a roast chicken is a whole lemon and a bulb of garlic. I boil the lemon and garlic (peeled of course) for about 10-15 minutes, then stab the lemon several times before putting it in the chicken. The lemon juice and garlic cooking in the chicken give it a delicious flavour!

  2. My favourite thing to put in a roast chicken is a whole lemon and a bulb of garlic. I boil the lemon and garlic (peeled of course) for about 10-15 minutes, then stab the lemon several times before putting it in the chicken. The lemon juice and garlic cooking in the chicken give it a delicious flavour!

  3. The chicken looks golden and delicious! I like the skin crisp too, but I haven’t thought to place it under the broiler. Great idea for such an easy meal!

  4. The chicken looks golden and delicious! I like the skin crisp too, but I haven’t thought to place it under the broiler. Great idea for such an easy meal!

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