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    Roasted Chicken on the Spit

    Spun a couple of chicken halves last night and roasted some gold potatoes along with some multi colored carrots. Here's a few pic's.

    Nice little 4 lb. bird.

    Scrunched them on.



    Applied a paste made with caraway, sage, fennel, corriander rosemary, paprika, garlic powder, flour, onion powder and oil. Let it sit in fridge for around 8 hours.



    Got them spinning later that evening.



    Roasted some gold potato wedges. Lemons just to provide flavor to the potatoes.



    Also roasted some Rainbow Carrots.



    Chicken done in just about an hour.



    Carrots and Potatoes done too.





    Plated it up.



    Chicken had a great flavor from the spiced paste. It was extremely moist as well. It was a fun cook. Thank you all for looking.
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    Some mighty fine lookin' spun yardbird and sides, Cliff!
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    Thank you Ed. I always appreciate your comments!
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    You know how to get it done! That's some perfect-looking food.

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    Dang does that look great!!
    It's a lot of fun using that rotisserie.
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    That's a great looking meal Cliff. Just got a new rotisserie for my gasser and have been try different cooks, really like it.
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    WOW!! Cliff, you nailed that one. Everything looks delicious and really like the rub on the chicken.
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    Looking good!
    Any particular reason why you put chicken halves and not the whole chicken on the rotisserie?

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    That looks delicious!
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    Thank you everyone!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anne M. View Post
    Any particular reason why you put chicken halves and not the whole chicken on the rotisserie?
    Nope. I just wanted to serve halves so to change it up I split the bird first. The last couple I have done whole. Fun both ways.
    Last edited by Cliff Bartlett; 09-11-2019 at 09:03 AM.
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