Generally the rule of slow cooking is to add liquid if the ingredients don't provide it itself. Chicken contains quite a lot of water so you don't normally add water to one when slow cooking it.
Trim fat - remove skin too. For bones in smaller joints of chicken you can remove part way through the cooking if you want, or leave until the end when the meat will just fall off the bone. Be prepared to have trouble getting chicken out - it really will come to bits if it's cooked right!
- 1.5 litre capacity (Ideal for one or two people, enough for 4 smaller portions and will fit 1kg brisket in)
- Removable dishwasher, microwave and oven proof ceramic bowl
- Dishwasher proof tempered glass lid
- Even cooking with full wrap around heating element
- Versatile cooking with 3 heat settings
It has a 1.5 L volume, which means it is a huge casserole dish, so bigger families will not find a suitable. But for those people looking to do smaller number of portions, this is absolutely ideal. If you are currently using a large slow cooker and find that the large bottom area often dries out the sauce, then you will find that this one is just right
It is versatile with its three heat settings, allowing you to cook different things.