Ceramic Chicken

Adam bought a ceramic chicken cooking dish last summer, putting me into a furious state of cooking gadget envy. For those who have ever had “beer butt chicken,” this dish does the same thing — but cleaner. You fill the small container with the desired liquid and spices, place a whole chicken over it and roast for 1.5 hours at 350 degrees. The result is crispy, perfectly roasted chicken, with the fat drained off into the dish vs. the bottom of your oven or grill.

Comme ça:

Fajitas

Fajitas

Fajitas

 

Fajitas

Fajitas

Fajitas

Fajitas

Fajitas

Fajitas

Fajitas

Fajitas

A bit of chopping and grilling of vegetables and voila: fajitas for a family dinner. Yes, oh yes, I will be making this often.

~K

 

7 Replies to “Ceramic Chicken”

  1. What a nifty gadget! I watched Ina prepare her “Engagement Roast Chicken” yesterday and have been thinking about the frozen CSA chicken in my freezer ever since. Hubby would really enjoy your fajita dinner, and I want to be a guest at your table. It’s quite obvious that love is the main ingredient in all of the meals you prepare.

  2. That is brilliant! I need to get one, we have been buying roasted chicken lately, and I had been thinking about how I just need to roast them myself. And I must ask, what is “beer butt chicken”?

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