Bundt Pan Rotisserie Chicken

Bundt Pan Rotisserie Chicken

I have a confession to make. I used to be afraid of chicken. And I don’t mean of eating it.

Yes, you read that right. When I was a teenager, I wasn’t too fond of helping in the kitchen, and when I had to make chicken, lets just say it was an ordeal. I always wore gloves, but sometimes the chicken got the better of me and I would throw it into the sink, terrified that it would come to life and leap at me.

I mean, do you blame me? Look at that chicken sitting there all pretty. It looks so…well…human.

It took a few years, but I got over my fear. And just time in time for this GENIUS homemade crispy rotisserie chicken hack.

I can’t take credit for this stroke of brilliance. All credit goes to Justin Chapple, the senior editor of Food & Wine Magazine, who’s Mad Genius Tips constantly blow me away!

When I saw a short clip of this easy bunt pan rotisserie chicken on Instagram, I was all over it. I made it for Shabbat that week, and I’ve been making it ever since. It’s my husband’s favorite way to eat chicken, and we always fight over the crispier-than-ever chicken wings!

My favorite thing about this recipe is that it’s super healthy and indulgent nonetheless. You feel like you’re eating fried chicken (it’s that crispy!), but without those extra calories. It also makes a great one-dish meal when you add potatoes or other veggies.

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27 thoughts on “Bundt Pan Rotisserie Chicken

  1. BRILLIANT!!!!!
    I’ve been making chicken on a vertical roaster for years. Every time I have to clean the wires on the roaster I ask myself why I do this! Tis is brillant. Cleanup will be so much easier! Thank you!

  2. Hi! Just found you on Instagram !
    I love this idea! There is no water or anything under the vegetables? Would they stick to a disposable bundt? Should I oil/Pam it first?

  3. I’m concerned with the vegetables cooking in all the grease that comes off the bird as It cooks. Seems that the vegetables would be drenched and a soggy greasy mess.

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