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Slow Drunk Chicken

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Looking for a simple slow cooker recipe? Slow Drunk Chicken is a simple delicious dish that will have you slurring it's so good. Cooked in bourbon and orange juice, the meat falls right off the bone and gives it a tangy flavor that you'll love.

Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup bourbon
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon ginger (powder)
  • 1/2 cup orange juice
  • 2 tablespoons corn syrup (or honey)
  • 4 medium sized chicken breasts
Instructions
  1. Combine bourbon, white wine, salt, pepper, ginger powder, ornage juice, corn syrup (or honey).
     
  2. Marinate chicken in a covered bowl overnight in this mixture.
     
  3. Place chicken and marinade in slow cooker. Cook all day on low until chicken is done and bleeds clear.

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I try and write a review for gofish1117 after I have tried this recipe this evening-will also have a critic (my wife) give me her opinion as if I could prevent it.

I am cooking this right now. How long is all day? Is this from sunup to sundown, 8am to 5pm and what is bleeds clear, clear what?

From what I see, there's not 1 person saying anything how this recipe turned out! That's why you review & rate it. Another question? Is the skin on or off the chicken?

@gofish1117 1921877 - Since we provide thousands or recipes, we unfortunately are unable to review and test them all. We rely on our readers to rate the dishes they try and provide honest reviews. As for the chicken, it would be best to cook without the skin. Hope this helps! -The editors of RecipeLion

I don't mean to gripe, but please do something so that when I print a recipe, I won't print an ad, also. It uses up a lot of ink and extra paper. I enjoy your website, but if I have to print an ad each time I print a recipe, I may have to delete this site. Thank you for your consideration to this matter.

I agree with you but I have found a solution for me that I use at a lot of websites. I just copy and paste it in an email and then print it from there. You usually have to do the ingredients and then the directions to make it look right in the email. This allows me to keep the recipe in my email storage too. But I do agree they should do something about this because it is time consuming to do the copy and paste. I have just started saving my recipes on this website now so I am sure I will run into your issue too soon. Merry Christmas!

Hi, soingbee. As abelheart said, you can copy and paste the recipe and print it that way if you prefer. I would recommend pasting it in a Word document. Another option is to highlight the text you want to print, but then instead of using our print button, go to "File" at the top of the screen, and then click "Selection" for print range instead of "All." This will allow only the highlighted text to be printed. Hope this helps! --Editors of RecipeLion

I have Word Perfect and use the cut and paste method to save recipes. Works out great for me.

@jordysmom95 3045226, Yes, please place the chicken and marinade in the slow cooker. Enjoy! --Editors of RecipeLion

someone should answer jordysmom - do you just post recipes and move on or do you test them first?

Directions not too clear--do you just put the chicken in the slow cooker or do you put the marinade in too?

Jordy, the directions clearly state in #3 to put chicken, with marinade, in the slow cooker. That being said, I made this recipe several days ago, and the chicken was so dry as to be inedible. I liked the flavor of the marinade, but the timing should probably be more like 5 or 6 hours on low.

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