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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2014/04/08 10:19:37 (permalink)
My wife always uses this recipe for roast chicken at home; my mouth just waters thinking of it.
 
http://www.foodnetwork.co...st-chicken-recipe.html
 
And the Sam's roast chickens are excellent, too; and cheap and easy.  But the recipe above is the best I've ever had.
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2014/07/28 11:19:10 (permalink)
My favorite go to roast chicken recipe:
I have the butcher remove the backbone of the chicken ( I freeze the backs for stock). A Martha Stewart tip- take two large white onions, peel, into 1/2 inch slices, put in bottom of roasting pan. Lay chicken flat, press down on breast bone, tuck wings under, salt & pepper under side of chicken. I make several kinds of compound butter-right now my favorite is softened unsalted butter, lime zest, finely chopped chilope in adobo sauce, loosen skin, put butter under skin. Salt & pepper skin, rub all over with softened butter. Place on top of onions.
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2014/07/28 11:21:00 (permalink)
Oops! Roast at 400° 45 min. Remove chicken, deglaze pan with white wine. Reduce, yummy onion sauce.
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2016/07/03 13:07:29 (permalink)
OP uses a suggestive phrase "THAT roasted chicken taste". He must have had a particular taste memory he is trying to recapture! Helpful replies have ranged from the Greek, Polish, the Mexican and the standard McCormick/sage/poultry seasoning flavors. 
 
But the OP has not responded with his reactions, results?!!
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2016/07/03 15:57:32 (permalink)
Is it wrong that I like Old Bays on roasted chicken?
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2016/07/03 16:43:42 (permalink)
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Is it wrong that I like Old Bays on roasted chicken?


Yes. 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2016/07/03 18:10:34 (permalink)
I knew that would pull you out of the rafters!
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2016/07/03 18:50:34 (permalink)
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I knew that would pull you out of the rafters!


Ms. Smarty Pants! 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2016/07/03 22:25:02 (permalink)
Job well done!
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/06 05:21:14 (permalink)
I love roasted chicken and I cook it on a slow cooker - .
See simple instructions below:
Rub seasoning over your entire chicken (including the inside of the bird). Place on top of foil balls. Cover and cook on HIGH for 4 – 4 1/2 hours, or LOW for 6 1/2 – 8 hours. Serve with some roastedveggies, mashed potatoes and out favorite cheesy rolls!
post edited by rosemaelyn - 2017/09/07 03:15:25
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/06 06:54:35 (permalink)
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I love roasted chicken and I cook it on a slow cooker.
See simple instructions below:
Rub seasoning over your entire chicken (including the inside of the bird). Place on top of foil balls. Cover and cook on HIGH for 4 – 4 1/2 hours, or LOW for 6 1/2 – 8 hours. Serve with some roastedveggies, mashed potatoes and out favorite cheesy rolls!


Nice try! You could cook an 18lb turkey in 41/2 hrs.....
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/06 07:19:18 (permalink)
Leave to it a spammer to bring back an  extraneous thread
post edited by wanderingjew - 2017/09/06 07:38:56
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/06 09:36:55 (permalink)
I don't know what they use, but the rotisserie chicken my wife brings home from Whole Foods has a taste and aftertaste that 'turns my stomach' unless I drown it out with honey.
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/06 19:07:14 (permalink)

Salt, pepper, fresh herbs.  Of course a lot washes off during the basting process but that makes great gravy!
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/06 20:31:35 (permalink)
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I don't know what they use, but the rotisserie chicken my wife brings home from Whole Foods has a taste and aftertaste that 'turns my stomach' unless I drown it out with honey.


Jim, next time you're in Dallas, pick up a roast chicken at eatZi's. Absolute best, anywhere outside of someone's kitchen. maybe even, better?
http://eatzis.com/locations/
 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/07 09:40:46 (permalink)
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I don't know what they use, but the rotisserie chicken my wife brings home from Whole Foods has a taste and aftertaste that 'turns my stomach' unless I drown it out with honey.


Jim, next time you're in Dallas, pick up a roast chicken at eatZi's. Absolute best, anywhere outside of someone's kitchen. maybe even, better?
http://eatzis.com/locations/

 
Great!  Thank you.
 
We are regular customers of their Plano location, primarily for their baked goods; they run a close second to the Village Bakery for the best baguette in town.
 
Wafa is there often, so I'll have her pick up a chicken next trip. 
 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/07 15:52:08 (permalink)
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I don't know what they use, but the rotisserie chicken my wife brings home from Whole Foods has a taste and aftertaste that 'turns my stomach' unless I drown it out with honey.


Jim, next time you're in Dallas, pick up a roast chicken at eatZi's. Absolute best, anywhere outside of someone's kitchen. maybe even, better?
http://eatzis.com/locations/

 
Great!  Thank you.
 
We are regular customers of their Plano location, primarily for their baked goods; they run a close second to the Village Bakery for the best baguette in town.
 
Wafa is there often, so I'll have her pick up a chicken next trip. 
 


Let me know (by PM if you wish) what you thought of eatZi's roast chicken.
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/08 19:13:16 (permalink)
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I don't know what they use, but the rotisserie chicken my wife brings home from Whole Foods has a taste and aftertaste that 'turns my stomach' unless I drown it out with honey.


Jim, next time you're in Dallas, pick up a roast chicken at eatZi's. Absolute best, anywhere outside of someone's kitchen. maybe even, better?
http://eatzis.com/locations/

 
Great!  Thank you.
 
We are regular customers of their Plano location, primarily for their baked goods; they run a close second to the Village Bakery for the best baguette in town.
 
Wafa is there often, so I'll have her pick up a chicken next trip. 
 


Let me know (by PM if you wish) what you thought of eatZi's roast chicken.

Will do.
 
Have you ever tried village Bakery's baguettes?  They are near you on University between Greenville and the DART tracks.
 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/08 21:40:49 (permalink)
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Have you ever tried village Bakery's baguettes?  They are near you on University between Greenville and the DART tracks.
 

 
No, I haven't. I have been wanting to go there to buy their (hard to find) poppyseed topped hamburger buns. They're the only baker doing them in Dallas. As used at Keller's Drive-In.
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/08 21:47:09 (permalink)
Jim, we should PM each other when discussing off-topic subjects.
Some folks here get annoyed. 
 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/10 09:28:28 (permalink)
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Jim, we should PM each other when discussing off-topic subjects.
Some folks here get annoyed. 

 
You're right. 
I was just truing to get the taste (and aftertaste) of Whole foods' rotisserie chicken out of my mind!
 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/12 03:41:02 (permalink)
I like to marinade the chicken breast in curry powder with all the spices and greek yogur and one more of my favorite is to marinade the chicken breast in bbq sauce. I usually leave in the fridge and when need just a quick dinner fry it or bake, doesn't take much time though. 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste 2017/09/13 20:23:40 (permalink)
I've been traveling in Korea last year and really liked that spicy and sweet at the same time chicken. The other type was chicken with noodles, really spicy one, but so delicious, couldn't find a recipe
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