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Hi there, happy December!
I hope your Thanksgiving was fantastic with your loved ones. Now that we're in the holiday season, I'm thrilled about the upcoming celebrations and, of course, the delicious food!
During my search for the best way to roast chicken, I stumbled upon the Romertopf Poultry Roaster at Kookio’s sale. Excited about the possibility of making a juicy and flavorful chicken, I seized the opportunity and added this versatile roaster to my kitchen tools. And guess what? I got it at a discounted price, making the whole experience even more exciting!
In our house, roasting has always been a favorite cooking method. The slow and even cooking process allows flavors to mix and intensify, creating a meal that's both comforting, nutritious and delicious. What's even better is that the Romertopf Poultry Roaster caught my eye for its clever use of clay, keeping the chicken moist without needing lots of fats or oils.
Let's talk about this roasting pot made from natural clay – the Romertopf Roaster. The clay ensures the chicken cooks evenly, keeping all those tasty flavors inside. Using this roaster is easy and easy to clean up. Now, let's dive into the details and see step by step how I got the most flavorful chicken.
1. Prepare the Romertopf:
Soak the Romertopf Poultry Roaster in water for at least 15-30 minutes before using it. This helps to prevent the clay from absorbing too much moisture during cooking.
- Pat the whole chicken dry with paper towels.
- Season the chicken inside and out with salt, pepper, and your choice of herbs and spices. You can also place some herbs and garlic inside the chicken cavity for added flavor.
- Remove the Romertopf from the water and place the chicken inside.
- Brush the chicken with olive oil or with melted butter, or your favorite oil.
- Add vegetables around the chicken. This adds flavor and creates a complete meal.
About 20-30 minutes before the estimated cooking time is complete, check the internal temperature of the chicken using a meat thermometer. The chicken is done when the internal temperature reaches 165°F (74°C).