Vertical Roaster Sage Chicken with Veggies
Vertical Roaster-A vertical roaster is a perfect tool for making a very moist roasted chicken! My chicken roasters are roomie enough to put plenty of fresh veggies, which will cook in the juices of the chicken…yum! The interior tube is shaped to funnel steam through out the chicken’s breast, creating moisture from within, while the bird is roasting on the outside. Use herbs and a verity of flavored liquids in the center tube to add scrumptious flavors to the meat of the bird. Some ideas are orange juice, lemon juice, chicken broth, soda, beer…let your imagination run wild! Unlike traditional beer can chicken, you do not loose the juices of the chicken, and you are not cooking on painted tin…not the best choice for healthy lifestyles!
Vertical Roaster Chicken Recipes: Sage Chicken with Veggies
- 1 whole chicken
- 2 fresh oregano sprigs (remove leaves from one sprig, second leave whole)
- 6-8 large fresh sage leaves
- 2 potatoes
- 2 yellow squash
- 1/2 cup fresh green beans
Put sage leaves and 1 sprig of oregano into center well of baker. Fill remaining space in center well with water. Cut potatoes and squash, put around outer ring of baker; add green beans, and sprinkle with oregano leaves.
Place bird onto roaster so that the inner cavity is over the center well. If desired use toothpick to close neck so that steam stays inside chicken. Liberally sprinkle top with “Herbs De Provence” by Archer Farms. Place into oven at 370 and roast for 3 hours.
I wish I could share the smell and taste of this wonderful chicken. Truly yummy! I hope you enjoy this vertical roaster chicken recipes.
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