I am looking for some good recipes for a rotisserie. we found one on sale the other for next to nothing and would like some good recipes for it. Thanks in advance.
Kim from Anderson, IN
I know this sounds crazy, but you can actually do a meatloaf on the rotisserie! All you need is a bunch of celery - don't separate out the stalks - it needs to be whole, your favorite meatloaf recipe and some bbq sauce (homemade if you like).
Cut the top of the celery off about 4 inches and remove all the outter stalks where the dirt usually hangs out. Wash it well. You should then be left with a clean heart of celery that's about 8 or so inches in length. Spear the ends of the celery with the rottie forks. Make sure it's on there pretty good - this is important. Pack your meatloaf around the celery tightly making it about 2-3 inches thick all the way around. If you don't usually add egg to your meatloaf, I would strongly suggest at least 2 to make this work.
Place on the rotisserie and cook on a moderate heat until the outside starts to brown, then start basting the meatloaf with bbq sauce. It should only take about 15-20 mins. per inch to cook on moderate heat. You can also take the temperature of the meat with a thermometer- it should read about 165F.
Remove from rotisserie and slice to serve. You dont' have to eat the celery - it gave it's flavor to the meat loaf, but you can if you like.
I love to purchase a burgandy beef roast from the grocery store and roast it on my rotisserie. It is kind of expensive but a nice treat.
Also another thing is to take a normal beef or pork roast. I have a Ronco solid food injector that you can inject diced onion or whole garlic cloves into the meat. You could do the same thing by carefully stabbing a knife into the roast to make a hole and push the garlic and onion into the hole. It is wonderful.
I also like to inject a whole chicken with liquid marinade and cook them on there. I have tried a turkey but they are kind of big and more trouble than the chickens. I lightly season the outside with season salt.
Well, this is too easy. Buy some McCormicks Grill Mates marinades in the little mix packages. Marinate a whole chicken and rotisserie it. Nummy!
I just love my rotisserie, I buy whole chickens on sale about 4 to 5 lbs. I've tried them several ways. One is marinade in Italian dressing or your favorite flavor. Another is just salt and pepper, tired BB-sauce. Also tried pork ribs with a spicy rub. Every thing is alway Jucie.
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