Every time I make this dish, I am instantly transcended back to the white beaches and turquoise lapping waves of Jamaica. In 2011 when my husband and I traveled to Ocho Rios where we snorkeled, wind surfed, and swam from sun up to sun down. In these dark and cold winter days I could use a beach right about now, and in the absence of trip booked, a crock pot will have to do the trick. Ever since that trip my husband and I have been hooked on jerk chicken. This recipe is extremely simple, addictive, and as always, gluten free.
4 organic chicken breasts
3 large baking potatoes cut into cubes
4 carrots cut into 1 inch sections
1 tsp. garlic salt
16 oz organic chicken broth
Place chicken at the bottom of the crock pot and layer potatoes, carrots, seasoning and chicken over the top. Place crock pot on a 6-10 hour setting depending on your timeline for the meal. With 1 hour remaining for cook time you may choose to break chicken apart for a “pulled chicken” meal, or leave the chicken in tact and serve as a half or whole piece.
Enjoy, and make your day great!