Once you have cooked your Crock-Pot Whole Chicken, add in water and cook for 5 more hours. The bones help add to the flavor of the broth. At then end, I had 5 cups of chicken broth that I will save for another recipe.
- 6 cups water
- remanents of Crock-Pot Whole Chicken
- Cook Crock-Pot Whole Chicken (see recipe)
- Peel chicken from bones, and put bones back in the crock-pot.
- Add 6 cups water to crock-pot.
- Put lid on and cook on high for 5 hours.
- Strain broth of bones and larger chicken pieces and place remaining broth in plastic containers.
- Free broth until needed.