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Old 08-31-2008, 07:20 PM   #11
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I can take 8 hours to do chicken or 4 hours, depends on the heat level, the condition of the chicken going in (I know, some have issues with the whole frozen chicken thing, but I've never had a problem in my pot), the sauce I have it in, etc. There are variables to every recipe cooked in the crock.
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Old 08-31-2008, 07:27 PM   #12
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I can take 8 hours to do chicken or 4 hours, depends on the heat level, the condition of the chicken going in (I know, some have issues with the whole frozen chicken thing, but I've never had a problem in my pot), the sauce I have it in, etc. There are variables to every recipe cooked in the crock.
Yes - it is 4 hours on high! Good point!
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You know, I'm craving bbq chicken in the crock. I may have to do that tomorrow. Some boneless skinless chicken breast or maybe even bone in ~ Michael Simon insists bone in is the way to go no matter what kind of chicken you are doing ~ toss in some bbq sauce and cook until the chicken shreads. Thanks for the suggestion, kitchenelf.
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You know, I'm craving bbq chicken in the crock. I may have to do that tomorrow. Some boneless skinless chicken breast or maybe even bone in ~ Michael Simon insists bone in is the way to go no matter what kind of chicken you are doing ~ toss in some bbq sauce and cook until the chicken shreads. Thanks for the suggestion, kitchenelf.
You won't regret using bone in - I fully agree when it comes to chicken in a crockpot!!!! I cook mine first so I can then remove the meat from the bones and remove all the grease. THEN, I toss it back in with some BBQ sauce and heat on low OR I have been known to put it in a casserole dish and heat in the oven. My crock is oven-proof so I heat that way too.
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