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    Default Help with roasting chicken

    Ok I just have made stuffing for tonight's chicken includes
    Caramslised onions, bacon, thyme, rosemary, pine nuts, carrots, zucchini, bread crumbs, garlic
    Is it a good idea to roast the chicken in some wine in the oven? Or just stick with water?

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    I would just stick with water and add wine to the gravy

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    Cool I normally use the pan juices for the Garvey so u thought it could have wine already but don't want it burnt either kol lol

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    you add water?



    I do great chickens (so says my friends anyway) and I just shove it in a cook bag thingo and chuck it in the oven.

    i didn't know you were supposed to use water. WHOOPS!!!!!

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    I don't like the idea of those bags, plus I make pan juice gravy anyway when I do that all the yummy sticky baked on stuff comes off nom nom nom!

    OP yeah I would worry about the wine burning or going to waste lol, I would use it to deglaze the roasting dish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermolicious View Post
    I don't like the idea of those bags, plus I make pan juice gravy anyway when I do that all the yummy sticky baked on stuff comes off nom nom nom!

    OP yeah I would worry about the wine burning or going to waste lol, I would use it to deglaze the roasting dish
    Mmm nom good idea


 

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