This Greek-style marinade has strong flavors to complement the strong flavor of lamb.
Buy a boneless leg that's been butterflied, or rolled and tied. Unroll it for the marinade to get in everywhere then re-rolling it for even cooking and tenderness. If you happen to buy it with the netting try to save the netting to replace it after marinating. You can grill this flat on the grill as well. This lamb sliced thin is great to make gyro's with!
To properly grill a turkey using a rotisserie the unit must be positioned so the heat source is never directly under the bird. The indirect heat will allow the interior portions of the meat to cook thoroughly before the exterior becomes overdone.
Preheating must be done before rotisserie grilling your turkey.
A 12 to 14 pound bird is the maximum weight that can be accommodated on a standard rotisserie unit.
The turkey must be attached securely to the spit assembly making sure it does not slip on the spit as the rotisserie rotates.
The turkey must be trussed properly so the wing and legs don't get caught as it turns.
The turkey must be balanced on the rotisserie unit for if not it will not turn and burn out the motor.
A turkey intended for rotisserie grilling can not be bread stuffed. The slower cooking time may not kill harmful bacteria as rapidly as with oven roasting.
Check for doneness with a meat thermometer before removing the turkey from the heat source.
This recipe comes from the brand new cookbook "Kidney Friendly Comfort Foods" endorsed by Isaac Hayes. This dish is not only VERY low in sodium, phosphorus and potassium, it's also very delicious and simple to prepare! As a dialysis patient, I'm always on the lookout for these kinds of recipes and I just thought I'd share!
This is a flavorful and moist chicken that is super easy to prepare. The sweet flavor of the subtly apple-scented chicken is marvelous, and the crispy sweet skin has a wonderful tang. I made the chicken in a Rotisserie oven but it can easily be made in a shallow roasting pan in the oven. If you are using a larger roasting chicken, adjust the oven time per pound.
This is a wonderful recipe and one I have made many times on my rotisserie, the brine will force flavor and moisture into the pork resulting in a melt-in-your-mouth tender pork loin, if you are lucky enough to have an Showtime indoor rotisserie then use it for this recipe or if weather permits make it on your outdoor barbecue rotisserie --- plan ahead this needs to marinate for a minimum 8-24 hours (24 hours hours is even better) cooking time is only estimated.
I love Greek style roasted meat, and I think lamb is the perfect roasting meat. I combined the two styles and came up with this recipe. It's juicy, flavorful, succulent, and unlike anything I've seen anywhere else. It goes especially good with a savory risotto and a dry red wine.
What better to cook than something so fast and packed with flavor? I got this recipe from Sara Moulton's show. Instead of pulled rotisserie I just fried chicken breast with adobo. I also omitted the olives since they're not my taste. I almost went into a panic when I thought I lost the recipe. That's how much I love it!
My in-laws had bought a rotisserie cooker, but hardly ever used it, so I asked if I could borrow it. Of course now I've had it almost 2 years!! I use it at least 3 times a month. It's great!! Easy to use and to clean!! It's probably healthier typically (except I use butter as a baster).
Posted in response to a request from "The Ultimate Rotisserie Cookbook" by Diane Phillips. Every year spiral sliced ham advertisements run that make your mouth water. Including shots of a glistening ham with a crackly coating. Your rotisserie can help you to achieve the same crispy coating, and for a lot less than that ham from the store. Basting with a combination of honey and raw sugar during the last 30 minutes of cooking time will give you that delicious, crunchy glaze
I found this today in the current edition of "USA Weekend". I'm intrigued because it starts with cooked chicken meat and canned broth. If you don't care for hominy you can substitute white beans. This looks like perfect fare for the upcoming Superbowl! From Pam Anderson's "Cook Smart" column.