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    TVWBB Emerald Member James Lake's Avatar
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    Rotisserie Cornell Chicken

    I got my rotisserie on Friday and broke it in on Sunday. I followed this Cornell recipe and instead of butterflying the chicken I left them whole and cooked them on the rotisserie.

    I trussed the chicken and brined them for 4 hours, please keep in mind this is the first time I trussed anything.

    Applied the rub and they went butt-to-butt on the roti:

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    I ran the Performer at 400 degrees and basted with Cornell sauce every 10 minutes, I also threw in some mesquite for a little smoke.


    20 minutes into the cook, second basting:

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    Shortly over an hour the birds are done and ready to rest:

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    Rested and ready for carving:

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    Plated with rice with cilantro in it, garlic toast and a stout beer.

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    The chicken was very moist and flavorful and a big hit with the lady of the house.

    Thanks for looking and thank you all for your inspiration and pushing me to cook better.
    Hoppy Beer....Hoppy Life .....Now we're cooking with.....CHARCOAL

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    Love the new rotis. Chicken turned out great.
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    That just looks fantastic and delicious! Excellent job James!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete in PG View Post
    That just looks fantastic and delicious! Excellent job James!
    Pete...thank you, I need to try the recipe that you did over the weekend.
    Hoppy Beer....Hoppy Life .....Now we're cooking with.....CHARCOAL

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    That is one h@ll of a cook my friend, the bird looks fantastic. I love my Roti and you will too. Nice plate

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    So now I have to get a rotisserie. Great looking chicken.

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    Nice James! Poultry looks spot on. Love the CB
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    need a rotisserie now...

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    Beautiful chicken James!

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    Great job trussing the chickens looks like everything held together. Chickens have a nice color to them I can only imagine what they tasted like.

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