A number of years ago, I read an article in a magazine suggesting that you could use dill pickle “juice” as a brine for chicken. It was an obvious match for our family. We’ve brined all types of chicken in left over dill pickle juice: bone-in seared on the stove top, finished in oven and boneless cooked on the grill. I began to wonder what would happen if you cooked it in the crock pot.
Just like the other versions, Crock Pot Dill Pickle Chicken is juicy and tasty. So, when you get to the bottom of that jar of pickles, don’t throw the brine away. Save it for your chicken!
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