can of condensed cream soup (celery, mushroom, chicken, onion, etc...)
Mrs. Dash - any variety
McCormick Peppercorn Medley Grinder
Fresh herbs of your choosing - optional
Low sodium broth - chicken or veg
Choose a salad dressing and soup with flavors
that go well together. Wash the chicken
thoroughly, make sure there are no giblets
stuck in the cavity. Set aside any giblets for
another recipe. Make sure there are no
feathers. Use a pair of shears to cut off any
globs of fat. Never use scissors that are going
to be used for anything other than cooking.
As you are cleaning out the chicken use your
finger to separate the skin from the meat and let
the water flow into the space to open it up. Drain
all of the water. This might mean using your hands
to press the water back out.
Using a spoon, evenly scoop the dressing
between the skin and the meat. Massage the skin
to make sure the dressing gets all over.
(optional)- Stuff fresh herbs inside the skin.
Pour half of the stock into the crockpot and
place chicken in, neck side down. Put the
condensed soup directly into the cavity of the
chicken and lay over, breast side down. Pour
rest of stock over top of chicken. Sprinkle
with Mrs. Dash, fresh ground black pepper, and
just a slight dash of poultry seasoning. Cook
on high 5 hours or until meat begins falling
off bone. Remove from crockpot. Remove skin
from chicken and discard (do not eat). The meat
will be too tender to slice so just pull it off
the bone onto a serving plate. Discard any soup
still inside the cavity. Strain chicken stock
from bottom of crock pot and save for another
It is important that you do not eat the skin or
the remainder of soup still inside the cavity.
The fat content of the skin causes problems
with your heart, gall bladder, pancreas, and
more. Never eat anything that has been cooked
inside the cavity of any poultry. The risk of
Salmonella is greatly increased. Using heart
healthy and low sodium dressings and soups
combined with the Mrs. Dash and low sodium
stock makes this recipe an excellent way for
those suffering heart conditions to eat
seasoned food. Keep in mind that those with
heart problems and diabetes should limit their
consumption of meats prepared on the bone or
with skin still on. While this meal is
healthier than most it is still on the edge of
what is healthy for someone with heart of
Serve with a leafy green salad and a hot veg side.
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