Crock pot chicken?

  1. Crock pot chicken?


    Hey guys prep is coming up soon and i always do slow roasted chicken, any of you guys have any good things you like to throw in the pot to spice it up a bit, i just use hot sauce hah
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  2. Herbs and spices! they can add a lot of flavor without calories, and some can have health benefits. Try rosemary, garlic, onion, and oregano...

    I am just about to fill my crockpot up, but I am making chili with some beef liver. Mine is going to be high calorie though, I am bulking!
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  3. rub it in hahah that sounds amazing, what spices do you like to use? i usually like a little "kick" to my food
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    For spice,

    sriracha,

    Chili pepper flakes (korean style if available)

    Add a spicy chili mix packet,

    Dice up and add jalapenos or Jamaican hot peps

    Generally with a slow cooker sauces soak in nicer so just find a good hot sauce
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  5. yeah i have been using sriracha personally my favorite maybe cholula but thats a little more sweet to me. thats a good idea i haven't thought about looking into though packages!! thanks
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  6. If you are watching calories I like hot sauce (of course!) like Tapatio and siratcha. I also LOVE spicy mustard! And it has less carbs than ketchup.

    My main spices are:
    rosemary - great on any meat but also potatoes or sweet potato
    Italian blend - same as rosemary but has some other stuff, too

    indian/curry type blend - awesome on meat or eggs. PS I love meat. Also good in soups.

    Chili powder or taco seasoning - good on everything but watch the sodium! Add some hot sauce to take it to the next level...
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  7. never tried Tapatio how is it hotness wise to siratcha? but you are the best spicy mustarded is a great idea!! i shall make some tonight!!
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  8. Different seasoning and herbs, diet soda, hot sauce, chicken broth.
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  9. I always gowith red pepperflakes for spice.

    I find some great ones for the crock pot are:

    Powdered garlic, seasoned salt, adobo, Mrs dash, Mrs dash extra spicy, hot sauce,pimento and sazon

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Tabascoonall View Post
    never tried Tapatio how is it hotness wise to siratcha? but you are the best spicy mustarded is a great idea!! i shall make some tonight!!
    Tapatio is not quite as hot as siratcha. Its usually super cheap though! Kind of like tabasco but not as vinegary/sour, and with a mexican flair.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by sinewave3 View Post
    Tapatio is not quite as hot as siratcha. Its usually super cheap though! Kind of like tabasco but not as vinegary/sour, and with a mexican flair.
    Ok ok ill have to go search for it today, all i know is the spicy mustard taste amazing!! tapatio next if i can find it
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  12. Chicken and spicy deli mustard or Dijon mustard is really good as well.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by EMPIREMIND View Post
    Chicken and spicy deli mustard or Dijon mustard is really good as well.
    for sure! I like the Dijon mustard, too, and also honey mustard. Actually haven't met a mustard I don't like yet.
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  14. brown mustard is great, i like the kick it has to it
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  15. Can I use chicken BREASTS? Would it be moist?
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  16. I tried to cook rice in the crock pot once. 10 hours later, rice was still hard. Lol, last time I used a crock pot.
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  17. Sounds like my brown rice, no matter how I cook it, it's always hard.. Lol
    Or straight mooshy..

    My wife said she cooks chicken in the crockpot.. Lol I've never seen her do it, she's been tricking me for years apparently..

    She said she'll just season up the chicken however and throw it in..
    Sounds sketchy to me, but I've been eating it apparently lol

  18. Tapatio is bombbb

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Whacked View Post
    Can I use chicken BREASTS? Would it be moist?
    I use breasts and they are usually moist enough.

    I typically take the breasts and add onion, bell peppers, cilantro and garlic, cover with water and cook on low overnight for 8 hours. Then I shred the chicken with a couple forks and mix everything up and then portion it out for the next 4-5 days. Tastes great over rice!

  20. I use a slow cooker probably 4-5x/week, sometimes even have two going at once when I'm making lunch for the week over the weekend.

    I usually try to mix it up and alternate between spiced dishes and citrus/herb seasoned dishes to keep from getting bored.

    For herbs, I usually keep fresh sprigs of rosemary, sage, and thyme since the woody herbs survive the long cooking time of a slow cooker with much more flavor than leafy herbs.

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    Some spicy dishes you might not have tried:

    -Look for an indian grocery near you and buy curry powder mixes from them, You can get a bag of spices that is enough to make dozens of meals, for just a few dollars, WAY cheaper than buying say, a jar of Patak's from a regular grocery store or even going to your local ethnic grocer. Most mid-size or larger cities have a small indian grocer somewhere.

    There are lots of inidan curries that are very aromatic and have more unique flavors than just dousing your chicken in sriracha. Also, turmeric is in most curries and has an abundance of health benefits as well.

    -Go your your local ethnic grocer, buy a big jar of thai curry paste and make a thai curry with coconut milk. I prefer Indian to Thai so I don't make this more than a couple of times a month but this is just another way to mix it up and have something that tastes different every now and then.
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  21. A good Buffalo sauce is "Frank's" hot sauce, and if you want to change up your crock pot meal you can add a brick of cream cheese with your sauces, or herbs. I really like to add it to Italian chicken.
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