Sunday, February 6, 2011

Bundt Pan Baked Chicken

Bundt Pan as a Vertical Roaster

For a juicy bird that is crispy all the way around, first layer potatoes, carrots, and onions on the bottom of the bundt cake pan which has been sprayed with Pam.  Then season the chicken and place in the pan with the cavity over the center hole.  Set the dish on a cookie sheet to collect any drppings and roast as usual.
Detailed Instructions
First, I washed the chicken thoroughly and patted dry with paper towels  Then I placed the chicken over the hole (sticking the tube up the "rear end" of chicken"  :)  ).  The vegetables have been cut up in large chunks and placed around the hole in the bundt pan.  I used two carrots, two potatoes, and one large onion.  Then I rubbed the chicken with the following seasonings and placed in oven.

I roasted the chicken for about two hours at 350 degrees for the first hour and 325 degrees for the second hour. I used the following seasonings for the chicken.

Chicken Rub 
1 teaspoon curry powder
1 teaspon dried sage
1 te4aspoon dried rosemary
1 teaspoon dried coriander
1 teaspoon dried thyme
1 clove garlic, finely crushed or chopped
(I used l teaspoon garlic powder instead of the garlic.)

In a small bowl, combine the curry powder, sage rosemary, coriander, thme, and garlic.



Hannah said...

mmmmm....That sounds delish Mammaw! I am going to have to come to your house soon! Love you!


Hannah Mae said...

Oh yeah.....Is this a new bundt pan??? I don't think that I have ever seen this pan before.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't the juices from the chicken drain out the open tube of the pan?

Auntie Wowo said...

This was a total fail! Chicken still had red juices even after being in the oven for two hours. I'll never make it like this again.

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