Wonderful recipe! My husband and adult son pretty much ate the entire chicken between them! Reviews were very helpful (thanks!). I used the aluminum foil balls. I added chicken broth and red wine to the bottom and replenished during cooking. I put several cloves of pan roasted garlic inside the chicken and added a chopped onion, a few chopped carrots and a few chopped celery stocks to the wine/broth. I rubbed the chicken with paprika and Mrs. Dash garlic mix. I cooked on high about two hours and then low about five hours. It was very most but I could tell it would've started to go dry if I had let it go longer. Next time only one hour on high. Also I flipped it three times. Don't know if this helped or not since I'd not made it before but the end result was certainly delicious! I strained some of the juice through cheese cloth and whisked it with some cornstarch for YUMMY gravy! Served with green beans and garlic mashed potatoes and it was a HIT. After carving the chicken, I threw the remains back in the pot, covered with water, and cooked overnight for a WONDERFUL homemade broth! Love this recipe! I don't know what the reviewer who gave it one star was talking about? The recipe clearly calls for a whole chicken. That review ought to be removed.
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Wonderful recipe! My husband and adult son pretty much ate the entire chicken between them!...