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Old 03-30-2010, 12:53 PM   #11
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Thanks Andy. I have an old fashioned hand turned rotisserie that works quite well. I suppose I could modify it for use in the oven but it would be inefficient since much heat would be lost from the constant opening and closing of the door.
I wasn't suggesting you use the grill rotisserie in the oven, I meant you should just do your rotisserie on the grill.
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Old 03-30-2010, 02:53 PM   #12
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Does anyone know of a mechanical rotisserie that can be used in a regular oven. Does such a thing exist? If not, why not? An electronic device probably wouldn't stand up to the temperatures inside an oven but there may be other solutions. Any ideas?
One does exist that I've found. " Googled " Rotisserie oven kits. Spit rods and such.
This is the only one I could find. The only thing is.. Where can you buy it? Lost me on that. Apparently QVC was selling it for $28.00.
But anyways here's a video. It's fast paced, a little too fast. It looks to me if you place a drip pan underneath splatter and drippings can be kept to a minimum.

Leantisserie Self-Rotating Oven Rotisserie & Kabob Roaster review at Kaboodle

Same product. Video included.

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