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Chili Cilantro Lime Crock Pot Chicken

By avelyne | In Recipes, Workout of the Day | on August 2, 2013

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If you’re like me and time is of the essence when preparing meals for your work week, you try to pack in as much as you can into every minute you have.  You multi-task emails, laundry, cooking, and whatever other chores to get the most out of your free time.  Wouldn’t it be great to have your own personal chef???  Well, maybe it’s a bit of a stretch but a crock pot can do wonders to help alleviate your cooking woes.  One of the awesome benefits of using a crock pot is that you can set it and forget it (yea, I sound like an infommercial but it’s true!).  In this specific case, I let my chicken marinate during the day.  Then, it cooked through the night so by morning, all I had to do was separate the chicken into containers for the week.  Another benefit to crock pot cooking, the clean up…or lack of rather.  One pot.  Simple. Easy. Done!

Here’s another recipe from PaleoPot.com that I recently tried.  Ridiculous is one word that describes this tender and flavorful chicken dish.

Ingredients

  • One large free-range organic whole chicken. Size accordingly to your crock pot.
  • Dry rub (black pepper, sea salt, chili powder, cayenne powder, ground cumin). I used about a teaspoon each of salt, pepper, cumin, and a tablespoon each of the chili powder and cayenne .
  • 1/2 cup of lime juice (about 2 limes).*
  • 1 extra whole lime for stuffing inside your chicken (yes that makes 3 limes total).
  • 2 generous handfulls of fresh cilantro.
  • 3 cloves of garlic.**
  • 1 tbsp of olive oil.

*It took me 3 limes to get 1/2 cup of lime juice.

**I used 6 cloves of garlic but I’m a garlic freak.

Directions for this recipe can be found here.  Check out the rest of his website for more yummy recipes including Cinnamon & Cayenne Sweet Potatoes and Apples and Paleo Hungry Man Sweet Potato Casserole – not for the faint of appetite!


WOD 08.02.2013

Back Squat 3 x 5

Then:

5 Cleans, 5 Rope climbs

4 Cleans, 4 Rope climbs, etc…down to 1

Men’s weights 165-185-205-225-245

Women’s weights 115-125-135-145-155

 

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