ROADKILL 100 MILE CHICKEN (SALLYE)
Never having used it, I can't vouch for the taste (engine oil and road dirt, yuk) but here it is as promised, Jane.
Picture courtesy of the internet
- broiling chickens split in half
- butter mixed with garlic powder
- sale & pepper to taste
- paprika to taste
How to Make ROADKILL 100 MILE CHICKEN (SALLYE)
- 1Brush chieken halves liberally with melted butter and garlic powder
Season with salt, pepper and paprika
Carefully pad with wads of foil any areas where bones might puncture the foil covering
Wrap securely with several layers of heavy duty aluminum foil, reversing the seam each wrap.
Try to wrap to match the shape of the mainfold
The packages shoul be tied onto the manifold with coated wire to prevent the wire from cutting the foil.
- 2You can figure that 100 miles of manifold cooking based on an average speed of 50-55 mph is equal to an hour in your home oven at 300º to 325º.
In most cases, you should turn the package about halway through the cooking period being careful not to puncture the foil.