Food Is Not Your Enemy


Go Ahead and Roast Yourself a Chicken
October 9, 2009, 1:18 pm
Filed under: Meat, Recipes | Tags: ,

There’s pretty much nothing easier to make for dinner than a roast chicken. Rinse it. Put in in a roasting pan. Brush it with a mixture of melted butter, a few tablespoons of lemon juice, and 1 teaspoon of any dried herb you like. Put it in a 375 degree oven for about 2 hours. Done.

If you don’t have time when you get home from work to wait the 2 hours, then cook the chicken the night before, during your TV-watching time after dinner. You can then simply reheat it or enjoy it cold the next night.

When wholesome, home-cooked food is this easy to prepare, there’s no reason to constantly rely on takeout, now, is there? Plus, you’ll save a ton of money over the long run. And a ton of calories.

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hey Jen – what is the best way to reheat it the next day? put the whole thing back into the oven? for how long at what temp in order not to overcook it? i need these basic tips! thx, R

Comment by Roboforce

What I would do is cut it up, and microwave each serving on a plate. Easiest thing, I think.

Comment by jcschonborn




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