Nancy J. Patrykus Recipe

SUNDAY BEST-ROAST CHICKEN-prepare the nite before

By Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin


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THIS DELICIOUS, MOIST ROAST CHICKEN IS A VERY EASY RECIPE TO BAKE.
ONCE YOU BAKE IT, YOU WILL NEVER GO BACK TO A STORE BAKED ROTISSERI CHICKEN AGAIN !!!
10 MINUTES TO PRE-PARE.
OVERNIGHT IN YOUR REFRIGERATOR.
5 HOURS IN A 250 DEGREE OVEN, AND YOU WILL TASTE THE BEST CHICJEN....EVER!
NOTHING COULD BE EASIER, OR TASTE BETTER.
NANCY....8/12/12

Ingredients

1 large
roasting chicken
2 medium
onions, pealed and quartered
dash(es)
salt & pepper...to taste
chesapeak bay style...mc cormick.....seafood seasoning
1
white plastic kitchen bag.

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Remove the inside neck and giblets from the inside of chicken.
Rinse chicken well ,inside and out.
Pat chicken dry.
Now rub the seafood seasoning inside and out.
Now stuff cavity with the quartere onions.
Salt and pepper if you like.
Put inside of a white plastic kitchen can liner, close , and put in the refrigerator...OVERNIGHT !!
2
Next day...remove chicken, from bag, and put in a roasting pan.
Roast uncovered in the oven set at 250 Degree oven for 5 hours.
I repeat" 250 degrees...5 hours!
Baste occasionally .
Rest the bird 10-15 minutes, before carving.

Remember leftover bones and chicken pieces, make a great soup.
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********************** WARNING...**********************************************
PLEASE do not use the white kitchen bags in this recipe!!
They are scented...and I was told to not use them in this recipe!!.Try using a clear plastic cooking bag...that will cover the chicken .
OR maybe , put the chicken in a mixing bowl and cover and seal the top with foil.
That should work well.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken, Roasts
Collection: Food on the Run
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #easy, #roast

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37 Comments

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Patsy Fowler hellchell1
May 18, 2013
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Patsy Fowler hellchell1
May 18, 2013
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
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Hope Wasylenki MizWasy
Nov 22, 2012
I usually cook my turkey overnight in a 200°F - 250°F oven (in an oven cooking bag) - so I bet this recipe would work well for a turkey, too.

My gameplan would be: season Mr Turkey the day before, then cook him overnight (as usual) and I bet he will be fantastic! It's too late to try today - but maybe for the Christmas Turkey. I will try a chicken like this. Sounds de-lish.
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Nancy J. Patrykus Finnjin
Nov 11, 2012
Rebecca...I have never done that...
but why not???
If you lIke the spices.....go ahead play with it!

Let me know how it turns out.
.pleaSE...NANCY....11/11/12
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Rebecca Lindgren comomma
Nov 11, 2012
This recipe looks awesome! Do you think it would also work on a Thanksgiving turkey?