Ingredients

How to make it

  • Mix the spice together in a small bowl, and set aside.
  • Rinse each chicken breast, cut it in half, and put it in a gallon sized zip-lock bag. Sprinkle the spice into the bag, making sure you rub the bag vigorously afterward, to evenly distribute the spice. Put the bag in the refrigerator overnight.
  • Place each breast half in a square of foil.
  • Wrap the foil tightly around each breast and place in a crock-pot, seam-side up, layering the chicken as you stack it.
  • Cook 8-10 hours on low.

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  • iamericap 3 years ago
    Sorry, I didn't see you had left a question. It does not stick. No need to use any special kind of aluminum foil. The seasoning is really lovely, but the breasts do come out dry. I've done it with chicken legs, and they were all very juicy... the meat just melted off the bones. In fact, even the bones were soft.
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  • lpberthiaume 3 years ago
    This sounds great. I've never heard of wrapping chicken in aluminum foil and putting in crockpot though. Does the chicken stick to the foil? should I use the non-stick kind? Please tell me it doesn't come out dry. I'd like to try this for a party this weekend, but my husband will not be happy with me if one of the main courses is ruined. He's always afriad of me trying new recipes on company. :) Help! Thanks...
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  • petunia97 3 years ago
    sounds delicious and couldn't get any easier!
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