Re: Is rotisserie (device) really worht it?
- From: Janet Wilder <kelliepoodle@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 07 Jun 2008 22:49:25 -0500
Paul the Q noob wrote:
Sounds great Janet. I have to find a whole chicken first - Acme
doesn't sell any except 7lb purdue chickens which say there's about
17% chicken broth added. Weird. They are roasters.
Genaurdi's sells whole 3lb perdue chickens for $5 and "Organics" whole
chickens for $10. I wonder if the organics are really worth it.
The 3 pound Perdue should do well.
I will try "beer" can chicken with a fruit juice like apple perhaps. I
have a 1 yr old son don't need him getting drunk quite yet! ha-ha. i
know the beer isn't really soaked into the chicken, but hey i'd rather
play it safe and juice might be nice.
Just use a can the same size as a beer or soda can. Even if you used beer, none would get into the chicken. Most of it stays in the can.
I have a gadget that holds the can, but you really don't need one. Just shove the can up the chicken's cavity and use its legs as a tri-pod so it stand up. I like to put a small potato or chunk of onion in the neck hole to keep the steam in. I think it makes it even more tender. I also put an aluminum foil square cake pan under the chicken. It's easier to move it on and off the grill and it will catch the drippings in case you want to make some really nice gravy.
Bad spelling. Bad punctuation
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