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    I’m doing this tonight

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    I made the Mexican chicken yesterday, except I made my own taco seasoning and I left out yogurt/cream cheese. Added a lot of fresh chillies too.

    Love how easy it is and it’s very tasty

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    I’ve taken a screenshot of the Mexican chicken to cook this week. I’m so excited!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    We had this for dinner tonight and it was so good! DH declared it better than normal fajitas because there was less cleaning up.

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    Roast chook in the slow cooker. I buy a seasoned whole roast chicken, put it on some foil balls in the slow cooker, and cook it on high for 1 hour then low for 7 hours (can also set it to auto). Then I usually serve it with some pre made salads (like the ones from the deli). it’s my go to lazy meal and great for a hot day. So simple. And it’s falling off the bone.
    You can save the left overs for a chicken broth if you wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum-I-Am View Post
    We had this for dinner tonight and it was so good! DH declared it better than normal fajitas because there was less cleaning up.
    My DH really loved this one too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sairz View Post
    Roast chook in the slow cooker. I buy a seasoned whole roast chicken, put it on some foil balls in the slow cooker, and cook it on high for 1 hour then low for 7 hours (can also set it to auto). Then I usually serve it with some pre made salads (like the ones from the deli). it’s my go to lazy meal and great for a hot day. So simple. And it’s falling off the bone.
    You can save the left overs for a chicken broth if you wanted.
    does the skin crisp up?

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    Na, but you can transfer it to the oven for 20 mins to crisp it.
    I put my roast chook on a foil ‘sling’ in the slow cooker so I can get it out, because it does just fall off the bone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    Na, but you can transfer it to the oven for 20 mins to crisp it.
    I put my roast chook on a foil ‘sling’ in the slow cooker so I can get it out, because it does just fall off the bone!
    thanks. yeah i figured 15-20 in the oven to crisp the skin up would work.


 

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