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SUPER MOIST DELICIOUS CROCK-POT CAJUN WHOLE CHICKEN

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I inject a Whole Chicken with a Cajun injector and cook it in my slow cooker.  It turns out so juicy and tasty.  

SUPER MOIST DELICIOUS CROCK-POT CAJUN WHOLE CHICKEN

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4 Responses to SUPER MOIST DELICIOUS CROCK-POT CAJUN WHOLE CHICKEN

  1. I was so excited to try this chicken recipe. I am trying to use my crock pot more in the summer time. I did it on high 4-5 hours like you said but my chicken didn’t get brown like the picture. It look not cooked all the way. Do I need to do something extra to make it brown?

    • Melissa, The chicken in my Crock-pot Cajun Whole Chicken did not brown either. It just looks brown because of all the Cajun seasoning. I did try to pick the chicken up and put in on a pan but it started to fall completely apart. If you could cook it a little less before it falls off the bone, you could take it out of the crock-pot and place it in the oven to brown. I would turn the oven on 400 or 450 degrees just long enough to crisp up the outside of the chicken.

      I have made this chicken several times and just removed the skin. The chicken always comes out extremely tasty and always falls apart.

      I hope this helps! Blessings, Diane Roark

  2. I am quite pleased to have stumbled upon this recipe. I just bought an injectable creol seasoning (Tony’s) to flavor up a whole chicken & was a little intimidated in not being quite sure of the ideal way to prepare it. Thanks for posting!

    • Shane, Thank you so much for stopping by Recipes For Our Daily Bread. I lived in the New Orleans area for 6 years and love cooking new Cajun recipes. Cooking a whole Cajun chicken is easy and inexpensive. I like cooking them in my crock-pot but I also like to inject the Cajun marinade in the chicken just like I would when preparing it in the crock-pot and cooking roast it in the oven. SEE POST http://recipesforourdailybread.com/2013/03/21/cajun-roasted-whole-chicken/
      I hope this post helps you. Thanks again for visiting my blog. Blessings and visit again! Diane Roark

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