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Whole Chicken in a Crock Pot

1 whole frying chicken
1 can beer
chicken broth to cover.
sliced onion to taste
chopped celery to taste
1 teaspoon basil
1 teaspoon rosemary

This recipe calls for a whole frying chicken, rinsed well in cool
water, patted dry with the giblets removed. Place in your crock
pot and add one can of beer and chicken broth to cover. Also put
in some sliced onion and chopped celery (individual preference
here). I also put some onion and celery directly into the cavity.
Add to the broth one teaspoon of basil and one teaspoon of rosemary.
Set on low setting, cover and allow to simmer for 6 to eight hours.
At the end of the cooking time the meat is very tender, almost
falling off the bone, and I serve with rice and a salad. Good
dinner on those nights when you have more activities then time to

The broth can be put through a strainer and reused as a base for
other recipes.


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Easy & quick chicken recipe, March 18, 2007 - 05:45 AM
Reviewer: Anonymous from Havre de Grace, MD USA
This was an easy recipe and the chicken tasted delicious. Even my kids loved it. Just don't expect to carve this chicken, it's more like shredded chicken or pulled chicken. Serve it with rice and a salad and it's delicious. Remember to put your crockpot on a baking sheet because the broth sometimes bubbles over.

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