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Old 05-06-2004, 01:41 PM   #1
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Stuff Me! Im a Chicken!

Ok.... I know that the Brine thing is good. Alas it would be a pain for me to do it for many reasons, that are to long to list here.
SO.... what I usually do is after washing the bird I put it on a pan with a horizontal rack inside. I put pepper and salt on it and throw it in the oven @ 350 deg. and cook it 25 minutes per pound.
My question is.....
To get a bird that has a better flavor.... what should I stuff in the bird? I will not be eating what is put in it. I'll just serve the bird itself.

Anyone have any recomendations? :)

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Old 05-06-2004, 01:54 PM   #2
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herbs(rosemary,thyme, and sage), garlic, and sliced lemons

and don't forget to salt the cavity as well.
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Old 05-06-2004, 03:28 PM   #3
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Ironchef.... how can I salt the cavity? Birds dont even have teeth! Geeesh... :? :roll:
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the cavity is the space where you add the stuffing
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I know.... it was a joke.....
( i have dry humor, sorry)
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A nice trick to get flavor right into the meat of a chicken is to make an herb butter. (If you need help w/ that just ask) What I then do is rub it inside the chicken and I also peel the chicken skin up, careful not to take it off and then rub the herb butter inbetween the skin and meat. This works wonderfuly for a tastey bird!

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A slice of apple and a slice of onion, warmed in the microwave and steeped in steaming water for a little while can add a nice flavor when stuffed in there as well. As can a cinnamon stick. Fresh ferbs are really good too, like ironchef said.
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