It's past time for me to review this wonderful idea on roasting a chicken. I have made a few very minor changes; oregano for thyme, chicken stock and white wine for basting, and a little extra garlic. The taste is wonderful, I do let it go a bit longer at 350 but Psycho chicken rocks and is a family favorite. The gravy is something my wife drools over just at the mention of me making it. Thanks Gremi, I apologize for my latency in posting this. Heck Yes! I'm making it tonight!
This was really good. It smelled absolutely wonderful while it was cooking, but I felt it needed something more to make it a five-star recipe.
I got all Norman Bates with my bird and actually slashed it up in the shower as in the movie... except that I didn't have the shower on and I made sure the hubby wasn't in the house, LOL! (Just getting into the spirit...) I also let mine marinate overnight and for the first hour or so I cooked it at 350 degrees F since my chicken was larger than what the recipe stated. This is definitely very juicy; I expected a little more herb-garlic flavor so I'll probably add more seasoning next time. I also like a little crispier skin that higher oven heat creates. But overall, I really liked the recipe and as Gremi says, you can play around with the ingredients, but USE THE TECHNIQUE! Thanks for posting!
AWESOME!!! Very juicy and very tasty!!! I let the bird marinate overnight in the fridge in a big zip lock otherwise I followed the recipe exactly! Wonderful! Thanks for posting!
WOW--this was AWESOME. Thank you for the recipe. I'm sure it will become a family favorite!
This was easy to make, and most excellent to behold! I added a little basil and used a turkey baster for the basting, and wow was this good! There wasn't a drop of anything left! They were dipping the juices with homemade sourdough and italian herb bread and demanded to know why there wasn't "extra juice?" *LOL*