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Robbins 2 months ago
So easy and better than store bought!
Pascale Sauvé 6 months ago
So easy to make! I had some chicken pre-mixed spices so used those instead.
Bob Smith 8 months ago
relatively easy to make. seasoning got stuck to my hands as i rubbed it on the chicken. aside from that, flavour was decent but not knock your socks off good. used onions cut into quarters instead of tinfoul balls and they were amazing! cooked 5 hrs low, 1 hr high
Sherri 10 months ago
Easy, moist, and delicious. Will make again.
Jasmine Wyre a year ago
My family loved it will be making it again!!
Patti 2 years ago
I doubled the spices. Great recipe.
Cheriebebe 2 years ago
So easy and delish!!!!!
Katie Veldkamp 2 years ago
turned out ok, nothing amazing
KATRINA G. 2 years ago
It was delicious, tender and yes it taste just like a rotisserie chicken! I put it in the oven on broil for 5 minutes and it had a crispy brown skin. I added some lemon pepper before serving.
Felicia W. 2 years ago
Its was Awesome. Melt off the bone and because its in the Crockpot, i can easy make chicken soup the next day. Great recipe!!
Lorena Castillo 2 years ago
Delicious. I am speechless, no words to describe this chicken , it is delicious 😍
Efe Sellu 2 years ago
Great and simple recipe! I tripled the spice amounts and added some rosemary to it as well. Turned out juicy and tasty.
Laura Corcoran 2 years ago
Yummmmm. The chicken was so juicy that after i removed it from the crock, which had an so much liquid in it, after the browning under the broiler, when i inserted the knife to cut the leg from the breast, the amount of liquid that poured out was flabbergasting! instead of of foil balls i used 2 onions i cut in half.
Milburn-Ivy 2 years ago
It was delicious. Really juicy, not dried out. The meat was falling off the bone.
rosalinda martinez 2 years ago
Great yes I would make it again and it was fall off the bone delicious.
Hana 2 years ago
Delicious! And perfect for work days so I can just come home and eat. I coated it with melted butter and broiled it for 5 minutes to crisp it up. I also put onion on the bottom instead of foil to add a bit of flavor!
Emily McLelland 2 years ago
my favorite way to make chicken!
Eden Blackman 3 years ago
2nd time around for me making this - delicious
Turners 3 years ago
Placed on a bed of apples and cooked. No liquid. After the chicken came out I used the juices and mashed apples to make a stock for soup (which happened to be the best stock of my life). Great recipe.
Kj 3 years ago
Moist dark meat, dry white. With additional spice and herbs we enjoyed it. Probably won’t make it again without a lot more spices. With stuffing and peas it was comfort food.
Rafael 3 years ago
After 4 hours, the 6.4 lb chicken looks uncooked, although the meat has begun to feel tender. Probably needed to double the dry mix. Looks nothing like your Yummy photo!
Kurian V. 3 years ago
Fantasric, fall apart from bones chicken: bliss!
Lawrence Palmore 3 years ago
less paprica is better
Valerie Johnson 3 years ago
Could not eat it.....turned chicken into chicken salad. Threw out vegs......
Tanya Berger 3 years ago
Perfect! Have made it several times. It is awesome!!!!
Sanket Bagul 4 years ago
Superb recipes...very testy. Impressive,special when you want impress your loved one . Good preparation tips and ingredients shopping planers
Charlotte 4 years ago
It turned out perfectly. Very moist with crispy skin. It literally fell off the bones. My husband loved it. I'll make this again for sure
Nita S. 5 years ago
This was the first time I used this site, and FOR A SUNDAY DINNER!! I am STAYING! Dinner was superb, because my 10 year old granddaughter helped me with it. I was in the hospital for Thanksgiving, so this was a special dinner. The chicken was SOOOOO moist and tasty. I didn't have any smoked paprika however, I, had never even heard of it, but I used Penzey's chipotle in place of it, and it was just GRRREEEAT! ( In my Tony the Tigers voice lol) I can't wait to find a good spinach quiche here. Any suggestions anyone? And how does one submit a recipe? I make a mean lamb stew!!