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    Default Frozen chicken roast into a slow cooker

    So my question is.. I have a frozen chicken roast that is made by rolling two chicken breasts round a stuffing... I would really like to cook this in my slow cooker but am wondering if its safe to put straight in from the freezer?

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    Default Frozen chicken roast into a slow cooker

    Hmm... Not 100% sure but I would say yes?

    I should prob add that the basis for my answer is from infomercials you see them put frozen chicken in slow cookers all the time!

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    I find if I cook anything from frozen I need to cook it longer and slower-less heat (so it doesnt cook on the outside and stay frozen on the inside) and that I also get a lot of moisture coming out as well.

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    Default Frozen chicken roast into a slow cooker

    I've cooked whole chickens in mine from frozen, I usually cook them for about 9 hours on low and they're always perfectly cooked. You might be able to cook for less time, but 9 hours is how long I'm out of the house on a work day :-)

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    i personally would not as i dont think they are designed for thawing then cooking. you may risk bacteria growth/food poisoning....


    i would just let it thaw then cook in oven.

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    Default Re: Frozen chicken roast into a slow cooker

    My slow cooker advised to defrost meat before cooking.

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    Default Frozen chicken roast into a slow cooker

    I have it in the fridge for tomorrow night thanks ladies


 

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