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Old 04-09-2007, 09:14 PM   #11
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Thanks for the detailed description Katie E. I'll definitely give it a try. I will be sure not to waste the beer too. If I do this in the oven, is the cooking time the same? And what would the temp be? I have a thermometer on my grill, so I can get an idea.
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Old 04-09-2007, 10:29 PM   #12
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I have even done this with cornish game hens.... using a Red Bull can with beer or what have you. It was awesome!
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Old 04-10-2007, 03:59 AM   #13
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Dancer, thanks SO much for asking this question!
A dear friend in Atlanta ( ) sent me the holder for the chicken at Christmas and I had never considered using any liquid other than beer.

The mind boggles...Margarita Chicken, Campari Soda Chicken, Sake Chicken etc etc etc.


lolol...maybe not, but I am going to try coconut milk with some Thai flavours and see what happens. Indeedy!!
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Old 04-10-2007, 08:57 AM   #14
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Dancer, when I do mine in the oven, I preheat my oven to 400', then put my chicken in a pan and place on lower rack in the oven. Cook for 1/2 hour, then turn down heat to 350' and cook another 1 1/2 hrs. Yum
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Dancer, thanks SO much for asking this question!
A dear friend in Atlanta ( ) sent me the holder for the chicken at Christmas and I had never considered using any liquid other than beer.

The mind boggles...Margarita Chicken, Campari Soda Chicken, Sake Chicken etc etc etc.


lolol...maybe not, but I am going to try coconut milk with some Thai flavours and see what happens. Indeedy!!
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Old 04-10-2007, 11:31 AM   #16
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Hi, again, Dancer. When I cook my chicken in the oven I usually cook it at about 375 degrees for about 1 1/2 hours or until it tests done.

Another yummy way to prepare "can" chicken is to use peach nectar and a cinnamon stick. Then rub the chicken with some olive oil and make a mixture of brown sugar, paprika, salt, freshly ground black pepper, garlic powder, ground cinnamon, and cardamom. Sprinkle about 1 tablespoon of this mixture over the bird and put the rest into the can with the nectar and cinnamon stick. Cook as I described before.

There are many, many other ways to cook chicken on a can. Just let your imagination be your guide.
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Oh my, this sounds wonderful ~

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Another yummy way to prepare "can" chicken is to use peach nectar and a cinnamon stick. Then rub the chicken with some olive oil and make a mixture of brown sugar, paprika, salt, freshly ground black pepper, garlic powder, ground cinnamon, and cardamom. Sprinkle about 1 tablespoon of this mixture over the bird and put the rest into the can with the nectar and cinnamon stick. Cook as I described before.
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That present was for your Husband, not you!!!
Husband, Musband...this is a man who puts orange marmalade on cheese and onion scones, uses 2 cups of flour to thicken a wee sausage curry, empties cans of fruit salad into his meatloaf mix!! lolol

There are some great ideas here and I shall be experimenting for sure. Pity our summer has screeched to a halt but a kitchen oven awaits and the BBQ grill will keep.

And my apologies to Essie..she was the original poster so thanks Essie!
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Old 04-11-2007, 05:18 PM   #19
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Take a look at these too:

Mexican Flavor Beer Can Chicken
Beer Can Chicken

Beer Butt/Can Chicken is one of our favorite meals!
Beer Butt Chicken! I love it! That's what I'm calling it!
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Another yummy way to prepare "can" chicken is to use peach nectar and a cinnamon stick. Then rub the chicken with some olive oil and make a mixture of brown sugar, paprika, salt, freshly ground black pepper, garlic powder, ground cinnamon, and cardamom.

I've heard of cardamom, but don't know what it is. Rookie afoot!
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