That Roasted Chicken Taste

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traxen
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That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 02/27/13 9:54 AM
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What are the best spices to make your own Roasted Chicken?  Any help will be much appreciated.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Tue, 10/29/13 4:25 AM
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My whole family enjoyed the tasty meal. I used a six pound chicken, so I doubled the spices. I put an onion and celery leaves in the cavity before roasting. I cooked it at 350 degrees for about 2 hours. It was wonderful!! Quick to prepare and very delicious!  

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Tue, 10/29/13 9:22 PM

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 10/30/13 12:45 AM
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CAVENDERS GREEK SEASONING
http://greekseasoning.com

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 10/30/13 2:23 PM
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Rosemary, sage, thyme, black pepper, and salt is my K.I.S.S. theory poultry rub.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 10/30/13 2:48 PM
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I like to use the seasonings in a compound butter that's put on the skin and between the skin and the meat.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 10/30/13 2:56 PM
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Lately, tons of fresh smashed garlic and Penzey's, "Krakow Nights" Polish style seasoning.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 12:12 AM
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I like to use black pepper, fresh mint, basil, paprika and also use butter under the skin of the breast to help keep it moist and to add some flavor notes to the mild meat.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 9:37 AM
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I always use a Mexican Chicken Rub when making beer-can chicken, currently Fiesta Brand. 

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 10:49 AM
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McCormak (sp) sells a poultry rub that I've used a lot. I'll spray the chicken with no stick and sprinkle this on. Works really good on beer can chicken.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 11:17 AM
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"Excuse me", but why are the two posts above "flagged"?
 

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 11:21 AM
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Kind of wondered about that myself. Someone getting flag happy I suppose.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 11:37 AM
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MetroplexJim


"Excuse me", but why are the two posts above "flagged"?


Because they both were stolen whole from other websites.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 11:43 AM
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Ok but how does one know just by looking at the posts? Just curious.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 12:04 PM
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brisketboy


Ok but how does one know just by looking at the posts? Just curious.

Based on previous posts by these two it was clear to me that they were not original. By copying the posts and Googling the originals showed up immediately.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 12:17 PM
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Unnecessary hall monitoring.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 1:37 PM
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OT:
 
WarToad
Unnecessary hall monitoring.

There are people who are coming here to spam. For that reason, there is a minimum posting requirement before you can post links and photos. There have been a spate of would-be spammers coming in here, and a noticeable growth in people with low posting counts who exclusively post things that were copied and pasted from other sites. Some move across the line to out and out plagiarism (such as posting recipes from other sites without giving credit).
 
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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 1:51 PM
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Yeah but you never know when you might want a kitchen.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 8:18 PM
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WarToad


Rosemary, sage, thyme, black pepper, and salt is my K.I.S.S. theory poultry rub.

and where is the parsley??



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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 8:20 PM
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brisketboy


Yeah but you never know when you might want a kitchen.

or some cc #s or pin #s or .....

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Wed, 11/13/13 10:01 PM
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I like whatever seasoning they use at my local Sunset Foods in Lake Forest...then I pop on the grill to finish it off.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Thu, 11/14/13 2:14 PM
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I just brush on a couple tbs of softened butter, cracked black pepper and Kosher salt.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Mon, 12/16/13 3:59 AM
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Use black pepper,  paprika tons of fresh smashed garlic and Penzey's and also use butter under the skin of the breast to help keep it moist and to add some flavor notes to the mild meat. It was wonderful!! Quick to prepare and very delicious!  
www.dinein.co.uk

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Mon, 12/16/13 8:59 AM
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dinein44


Use black pepper,  paprika tons of fresh smashed garlic and Penzey's and also use butter under the skin of the breast to help keep it moist and to add some flavor notes to the mild meat. It was wonderful!! Quick to prepare and very delicious!  
www.dinein.co.uk

so you recommend new kitchen cabinets as one way to really get good chicken flavor?

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Mon, 12/16/13 10:16 AM
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Just go to to your favorite store...most have various types of seasoned chickens...bring it home, split in half, put on the grill skin side up...after a few minutes, you have a wonderful roasted chicken.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Mon, 12/16/13 11:20 AM
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TJ Jackson


dinein44


Use black pepper,  paprika tons of fresh smashed garlic and Penzey's and also use butter under the skin of the breast to help keep it moist and to add some flavor notes to the mild meat. It was wonderful!! Quick to prepare and very delicious!  
www.dinein.co.uk

so you recommend new kitchen cabinets as one way to really get good chicken flavor?

I would like to see the mods ban dinein44 from Roadfood. "It" has never contributed anything worthwhile. Unless of course, you consider plagiarism and spam worthwhile. 

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Mon, 12/16/13 11:40 AM
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Twinwillow


TJ Jackson


dinein44


Use black pepper,  paprika tons of fresh smashed garlic and Penzey's and also use butter under the skin of the breast to help keep it moist and to add some flavor notes to the mild meat. It was wonderful!! Quick to prepare and very delicious!  
www.dinein.co.uk

so you recommend new kitchen cabinets as one way to really get good chicken flavor?

I would like to see the mods ban dinein44 from Roadfood. "It" has never contributed anything worthwhile. Unless of course, you consider plagiarism and spam worthwhile. 

I was just in Hawaii and they consider SPAM very worthwhile. 

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Mon, 12/16/13 11:45 AM
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I just smoked 9 cornish game hens last weekend. I made a melted butter with sage, Penzey's "French Four Spice" (white pepper. ginger,nutmeg,cloves), salt and thyme. Brushed it on the chickens before I stuck them on the smoker. Rebrushed the tops about half hour into the cooking. There were no leftovers.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Mon, 12/16/13 3:54 PM
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The OP asked for spices, not herbs, but speaking for myself, a roast chicken without tarragon isn't worth having! 

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Thu, 12/26/13 3:11 AM
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Rosemary, thymes and black pepper

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Mon, 04/7/14 10:43 PM
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I mix a bowl of roughly chopped garlic, salt, pepper and whatever herb(s) strikes my fancy. Sometimes tarragon, sometimes, thyme and rosemary. Fresh is best but dried will do. I dump this in the cavity. I then split a large clove of garlic and stuff it under side of the breast skin near the leg, rub the bird with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper and what ever dried herb I put inside. If I use fresh herb inside I stuff some under the skin with the garlic. I love doing that with big leaves of fresh basil.

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Re:That Roasted Chicken Taste - Tue, 04/8/14 10:19 AM
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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.