Recently my husband has been suffering from the flu and this is his first illness in years that has seen him take sick leave from work. I have been trying to make lots of homely meals and keep him fed and watered. Yesterday I decided to make this slow cooker roast chicken. If you want to get your slow cooker whole chicken started then scroll down for my recipe card! If you’re looking for some inspiration for other slow cooker recipes then be sure to check out my Easy slow cooker recipes (UK recipes).
Last year I managed to buy an airfryer thanks to an Amazon lightning deal. I got it for a very reasonable price, but now I’ve tried it I would DEFINITELY pay more for it! One of my regular items to make in it is airfryer roast potatoes. They are so simple and easy that I just had to share.
Recently my lovely Mum picked my up several whole chickens for just £1.25. These were reduced from £7 originally and were the huge chickens that you often see just before Christmas Day. I was really pleased with this and I promptly decided that I was going to stretch them as far as possible. A rubber roast chicken basically means you stretch a chicken as far as it is physically possible. There are a number of ways that you can do this, of course, but today I’m going to share my favourite.
A rubber roast chicken should ideally make at least 3 meals, depending on the amount of people that you are feeding. At the moment I am feeding two people, myself and my husband. This obviously means that our meals go further than yours may if you are feeding a larger family.