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Rotisserie Chicken Marinade

Tips for Fantastic Rotisserie Poultry

It takes longer to cook a chicken on a spit than to pan-fry it or bake it, which is why so many people are looking for that perfect rotisserie recipe. As your bird rotates and crisps up on the outside while the inside slowly cooks, you will want to ensure it stays succulent and juicy, as well as developing a delicious flavor. When it cooks for a long time you risk it drying out, which of course is not what you want to happen. The best way to make sure your chicken comes out as nice as you hope it will is to use a marinade to seal in the moisture.

Marinating Rotisserie Chicken

Like with many other similar recipes, there is no shortage of ideas for rotisserie chicken marinades. Perhaps you would like to base it on ketchup, lemon juice, soy sauce, or balsamic vinegar. You can use fresh herbs or dried ones, and you can use ground spices or even grind your own for a fresher flavor. Pretty much any marinating recipe is suitable to use in a rotisserie oven and you can add extra succulent and taste to your bird as it slowly cooks to juicy perfection. The flavor will penetrate right into the poultry, giving it a subtle flavor all the way through and locking in all the wonderful juiciness, to give you a meal to remember.

 

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Christine Szalay-Kudra


Hello, I'm Christine. Thanks for dropping by and welcome to Amazing Sauces. Food is a very important part of our family's lives, and I find a homemade sauce often finishes a dish perfectly. Whether you are making something with chicken, beef, pork, vegetables, an appetizer, or even a dessert recipe, a sauce is often the ideal finishing touch.


You will find many sauce recipes here, all conveniently in one place, from the classics like tomato sauce, béchamel sauce and cheese sauce, to gravies, marinades, and unusual ideas for sauces too like ginger-plum sauce or gorgonzola sauce.


Some sauces can be drizzled over the meal, while others are best served on the side. Some will work as a dip or sauce, while others are great for basting, marinating or adding a splash of color to a recipe. Try our creamy gravies with your breakfast, one of our international steak marinades for a sophisticated spin on dinner, or learn how to make a classic béarnaise or rich red wine sauce to complement your dish.


Thanks for visiting,


Christine

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