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    • #269712

      I saw some great prices on fryer chickens this week at the market and it made me think of a recipe that my Mom use to make- All Day Chicken.

      1 whole chicken (or use two fryer chickens that you got on sale)
      butter
      seasonings (whatever you like)

      Heat oven to 450 degrees. Get a pan big enough to hold chicken and cut a big piece of tin foil (much bigger than the pan as you will need to wrap it over the chicken). Place tin foil in pan and set chicken(s) on foil. Season with spices and put a few pats of butter on top of chicken(s). Wrap all sides of foil to the center of the chicken(s) and secure tightly. Place chicken in oven for 1 hour at 450 and then lower oven temp to 275. Cook the chicken all day at this temp (assuming dinner is at 5pm-6pm and you start this at 9am-10am). Take chicken out and unwrap- it falls off the bone and is so yummy (no gravy needed at all). I serve this with a veggie and potatoes/rice.

    • #410992

      Thanks, this sounds good for those small chickens you get on sale.

    • #411066

      Thanks, this sounds good for those small chickens you get on sale.

    • #410993

      Definitely finger-lickin’ good. I do mine by placing the whole chicken in my crockpot with just spices and let it do its thing on low for the day. To get more of a roasted chicken result, I put aluminum foil balls in the bottom to keep the chicken out of the liquid that will develope.

    • #411067

      Definitely finger-lickin’ good. I do mine by placing the whole chicken in my crockpot with just spices and let it do its thing on low for the day. To get more of a roasted chicken result, I put aluminum foil balls in the bottom to keep the chicken out of the liquid that will develope.

    • #411246

      I never thought of using aluminum foil balls. I hate it when the meat sits on the bottom of the crock. Thanks for the tip!

    • #411316

      I never thought of using aluminum foil balls. I hate it when the meat sits on the bottom of the crock. Thanks for the tip!

    • #411430

      This sounds yummy. My family loves Chicken.

    • #411495

      This sounds yummy. My family loves Chicken.

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