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9 Ways to Cook a Whole Chicken

By Angie McGowan |

One of the most economical meat choices in the grocery store are whole chickens. A whole chicken, whether it’s organic, free range, or kosher, will always be cheaper than it’s butchered counterpart. What was that? You don’t won’t to cut up your own chicken? Me neither. I hardly ever separate my whole chickens. Call me lazy, but there are many ways to cook your chicken whole. And when you make a whole chicken, or 2 at the beginning of the week, you can use the leftovers in other recipes to save you time and money. Leftover chicken can be used in fajitas, paninis, soups, casseroles, and so many more recipes.

Here’s 9 ways you can cook a whole chicken:

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9 Ways to Cook a Whole Chicken

Slow Cooker Whole Chicken

This has got to be one of my favorite ways. Just toss your chicken in the slow cooker with whatever herbs, vegetables and spices you like. 8 hours later you have tender delicious chicken.
Find this recipe at The Little Kitchen

Be sure that with any of these recipes, that the internal temperature of your chicken comes to at least 160°.

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About Angie McGowan

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Angie McGowan

Angie McGowan was a contributing blogger to Babble’s Family Kitchen, a daily food blog with recipes from her kitchen. She currently creates fun recipes for Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and many other companies. You can find more of her recipes on her personal blog, Eclectic Recipes.

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