How was your weekend? Me, well you sure you wanna know, I spent it at meetings and all the mean while sick! But I saw my doctor, and I am finally on the mends!
So about this chicken...
I promise I am in no way promoting this machine. I just so happen to have one, and have had one for about 5 years. With Thanksgiving coming up, I wanted to let my readers know about this machine. And for those that already have one, maybe just inspire you to use yours again.
For this recipe, I simply purchased a 6 pound whole chicken.
Remove the neck and gizzards inside of its cavity.
I then rubbed olive oil all over it, and then my favorite chicken rub spice. However when I don't have any of this I have also used paprika, garlic salt and a little bit of sugar. I as well love that taste :)
This is the worse picture ever. I had glares every where, and when I corrected them on Photoshop, ha well I made it worse. Oh well.
But here's what it looks like while cooking. Can't you just smell the roasting?
The chicken comes out sooooo soooooo juicy. And if you didn't think I added enough o's Well here's one more. Ooh so good!
Now lets, talk thanksgiving! You can put up to 10 pounds in one of these machines. I feel like 9 really should be the max as 10 pounders tend to run on the sides and burners.
Your talking the best turkey ever!!! And no checking on it every 20 minutes, no basting constantly. Just season it as you desire before hand and stick it in. It will take 15 minutes per pound.
If you want more turkey, then stick in another one when that's done. I am telling you this is the simplest but most tasteful turkey or chicken you'll ever have.
And of course you can do so many other meats in it. It also comes with a basket to put stuff in. We like to make ribs, chicken breast, drums, pork chops, and even roast in it.
Comes out juicy every time! And think about the healthy factors. All of the fat drips off, but still leaving the wonderful taste and natural meat juices!
What to do with the left overs? Well, I have a few recipes on my blog that will help with that!
Thanks so much for tuning in! Until next time..