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My guests and family really enjoyed this recipe. I cooked a 10 pound turkey and it was done to perfection at exactly 4 hours. We especially enjoyed the "smoked" appearance and flavor of the very moist meat. Stick to the 18 minutes per pound with this recipe anything less and you will be waiting. Thanks for sharing we will do this again and again.

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Milette March 21, 2010

This was the first time I tried to rotisserie a chicken. I used chicken stock, white wine, garlic & lemon for the liquid in the broil pan. The timing was perfect, I used a 3# chicken & total cooking time was 1 1/2 hours. The chicken was unbelievably tender & juicy. DH wants to know when I'm going to be doing another rotisserie chicken! Thanks for this great recipe.

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Gumboot Gourmet July 25, 2008

Excellent! This was the first recipe we tried with our new rotisserie. We used a ten pound turkey. It was outstandingly good. We didn't have rosemary, so I used sprigs of tarragon. BE SURE TO KEEP AN EYE ON THE FLUID LEVEL - we added nearly a gallon of fluid to the drip tray altogether - but what a moist, flavorful turkey. Thanks! N & L

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nanmcd15 July 19, 2008
Rotisserie Chicken or Turkey