Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Tasty Tuesday~ GLUTEN FREE Crock Pot Rotisserie Chicken


         Welcome to Tasty Tuesday at Dandelion House! 

This weeks Tasty Tuesday recipe comes from Daisys kitchen of  Maple Hill 101 blog inspired by the cook book Make it Fast, Cook it Slow.



Daisy tweaks a recipe to her own satisfaction for a healthy, GLUTEN FREE alternative to store bought rotisserie chicken! 

What could be simpler than a few spices
                   and some chicken thrown into a pot? ~ Daisy

 Thanks for sharing this recipe on the Farmgirl Friday Blog Hop Daisy! We love slow cooking here at Dandelion House and Rotisserie Chicken! YUM! 

 
 

9 comments:

Carla said...

Nothing better than a nice, flavorful chicken dinner. This recipe will go on my list. Thank you for sharing the links to the blogs.

Anna Hanley said...

Happy Tuesday Friend, That looks yummy! Always, looking for a new way to add flavor to a chicken dinner. Enjoy your day, Anna

Country Gal said...

Looks and sounds YUMMY ! Thanks for sharing . Have a good day !

3rnigerians said...

That looks wonderful. I can almost smell it from here.

daisy g said...

Thanks for featuring our recipe! I hope everyone enjoys it!

Junebug said...

Wonderful gluten free meal. Just remember if you are truly cooking gluten free that a really important step is to make sure your kitchen is gluten free. It is amazing what little residue of gluten can be on kitchen counter, cutting boards or griddle. Also remember if eating out and a menu says gluten free ask if it is a gluten free kitchen. For if they just toasted a hamburger bun on the griddle and then cook your meat there will gluten!!!

Michelle said...

Looks good. I love anything that can be slow cooked. We are always on the go, so if I can throw it in and forget it I am happy.

Anonymous said...

Yum! We eat Gluten Free and feel great because of it. Love it when I can find others sharing their gluten free recipes. Now do you have anything great that you can do with Hamburger meat? I'm running out of ideas... :)
-Carole

Kanelstrand said...

Lovely recipe. I see more and more gluten-free recipes but i read that such a diet is only advisable for people who suffer from gluten. The healthy ones actually need it!

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