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Wash breast off in cool water. Pour some EVOO (extra virgin olive oil) in a bowl. Swish each breast around in evoo, drain back into bowl. Place breast in large basket, leaving room around each breast. Place basket lid on tightly to keep breast from moving around.
Sprinkle lemon pepper and black pepper over breast. Turn basket over. Sprinkle peppers again. Place in cooker. Set timer to 45 minutes.
After cooking, set to no heat and rotate for 3 minutes. After cooking, open lid. Let sit in cooker for an additional 3 minutes to allow cooling.
By John Luse from Columbus, GA
Only 4 ingredients, easy to make, great to eat.
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Kenny Roger's chicken restaurants are almost completely gone from the United States. So if you want to enjoy this flavorful rotisserie chicken, you will need to copy the recipe at home.
This is a guide about how to make grocery store rotisserie chicken. Recreating the tasty flavor and tender texture of a rotisserie chicken, like you can buy at the grocery, is possible to do in your own kitchen.
When you are using a rotisserie outside, put an aluminum pan under the meat to catch the fat and juices for making gravy and sauces to serve with the meat. This prevents fats from dripping fats on the fire.
Source: Kingsford Barbecue book (copyright 1956).
By linda from Gibsonburg, OH
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How long do I cook a 4.24 lb chicken in a rotisserie?
By Zandra Rainwater from Longmont, CO
You can do a google search for the manual on your rotisserie. That's what I did.
I have a sunbeam rotisserie and your suppose to cook it 18 to 22 minutes per pound.
I have an oven stuffer chicken in my fridge. I want to rotisserie it on my barbeque. It's so big I'm afraid it won't cook through. Any ideas? Should I pre cook?