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Yarmatey rated and reviewed the recipe Gluten-Free Southwest Roasted Chicken
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"This is a great recipe. After reading some of the other reviews I thought I'd add a tip. When you start with a roaster you always pull the stuff out of the middle and wash off the entire chicken. Pat it dry before adding the seasonings. For those that think the seasoned flavor is only on top...try mixing the seasonings in a bowl..double up on them if you want. Turn the chicken opening up, and put seasonings inside the cavity. Spread them around in there. You can also carefully pull away the legs from the chicken and it leaves a pocket...put some seasoning in there.( I put rosemary sprigs in there when i make lemon/rosemary chicken) If you I dont eat the skin, neither do I, gently pull up the skin off the breast and sprinkle the seasonings under there, straight onto the chicken. Just be gentle and put the skin back down so it cooks the juices in. Dont be afraid to experiment!"
Posted on 10/3/2010
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Gluten-Free Southwest Roasted Chicken
Gluten-Free Southwest Roasted Chicken
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This is a great recipe. After reading some of the other reviews I thought I'd add a tip. When you start with a roaster you always pull the stuff out of the middle and wash off the entire chicken. Pat it dry before adding the seasonings. For those that think the seasoned flavor is only on top...try mixing the seasonings in a bowl..double up on them if you want. Turn the chicken opening up, and put seasonings inside the cavity. Spread them around in there. You can also carefully pull away the legs from the chicken and it leaves a pocket...put some seasoning in there.( I put rosemary sprigs in there when i make lemon/rosemary chicken) If you I dont eat the skin, neither do I, gently pull up the skin off the breast and sprinkle the seasonings under there, straight onto the chicken. Just be gentle and put the skin back down so it cooks the juices in. Dont be afraid to experiment!
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