|Rosemary in our backyard|
What you need:
- aluminum foil
- whole chicken, giblets removed (I don't even like the word giblets!)
- lots of fresh rosemary or your favorite fresh herbs
- small onion, peeled
- salt & pepper, to taste
Rinse the chicken and pat dry with paper towels. Place the chicken in the crock-pot on the aluminum foil balls.
Stuff the cavity of the chicken with rosemary and the onion. (I even jam some rosemary under the skin...double yuck!) Set crock-pot on high and cook chicken for about 3 hours.
The house or, in my case, the backyard smells of delicious roasted rosemary chicken. Yes that's right, I usually put my crock-pot on the back porch because Mr.Perfect works from home and isn't a fan of smelling dinner all day... we're a strange bunch!
Easy and way better than a grocery store roasted chicken.