Easiest (and tastiest) roast dinner ever: Aussie mum’s hearty chicken recipe takes just 10 minutes to prepare
Queensland mum reveals easy roast chicken dinner recipe you just need to put ingredients in a slow cooker
A simple roast dinner has turned foodies around – the simple recipe requires just 10 minutes of prep time.
Queensland mum Lynn swears by slow cooker meals and reveals she makes it at least once a week when she wants a hearty dinner.
The dish requires butter, a potato, a slice of pumpkin, an onion, three cloves of garlic, two chicken legs, and some tinned Gravoux to recreate – and it takes three hours in a 1.5 liter slow cooker.
Lynn recommends preparing some greens on the side to enjoy with your dinner.
The home chef has been living in a caravan for the past 18 months and only has access to a slow cooker and a microwave, but his beloved chicken dinner doesn’t make him feel like he’s missing out.
Queensland mum Lynn swears by a slow cooker recipe she makes at least once a week and is one of the easiest things you’ll ever cook.
How to Make Roast Chicken Dinner
2 chicken legs
1 onion, peeled
1 potato, halved
1 pumpkin slice
3 cloves of garlic
green beans (optional)
Place chicken and vegetables in a 1.5 liter slow cooker Cook on ‘high’ for three hours Steam broccoli and green beans on the side Mix Gravox with cold water to make gravy Empty contents of slow cooker on a plate Combine gravy with remaining juices from slow cooker and pour over chicken and vegetables Serve with a sprinkling of greens and enjoy
‘This is my little roast dinner for one,’ the mum captioned a delicious photo of her dinner.
The method is simple, Lynn halves a potato, slices pumpkin, peels an onion and throws some garlic cloves into her slow cooker along with two chicken legs.
He cooked food on high for three hours while he performed other chores and errands.
Ma said that although the potatoes were a bit soggy, the vegetable was tasty and had several ‘crispy spots’ on the surface.
Lynn usually adds a large Gravox and cold water to the juice to make a thick gravy that she drizzles over her food.
The dish requires butter, a potato, a slice of pumpkin, an onion, three cloves of garlic, two chicken legs, and some tinned Gravoux to recreate — and it takes three hours in a slow cooker.
Many other home chefs were in awe of Lynn’s roast dinners.
‘This looks amazing and looks so easy to make, I’m definitely going to try the recipe,’ said one woman.
‘I’m jumping, I love roast chicken,’ added another.
‘Perfect use of the 1.5l slow cooker,’ observed a third. ‘I made chicken vegetable soup tonight… so yum!’