Chicken With Seven Spices

Chicken With Seven Spices created by NcMysteryShopper

This chicken creates quite an aroma while roasting! You can leave the skin on and just peel it back to rub the spices on the chicken.

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1hr 40mins
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  • Preheat oven to 375.
  • Remove chicken skin. Rinse chicken and pat dry. Remove giblets and neck.
  • Lightly spray the inside of a roasting back with nonstick cooking spray. Place chicken, breast side up, in the plastic oven bag in a shallow roasting pan.
  • In a small bowl, stir together remaining ingredients. Rub this mixture evenly over chicken.
  • Tie the oven bag closed.
  • Roast in oven 1 to 1 1/4 hours, or until chicken is tender and no longer pink.
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"This chicken creates quite an aroma while roasting! You can leave the skin on and just peel it back to rub the spices on the chicken."

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  1. Cara and Tovina
    Great flavor. I doubled the spices for our 4 lb bird and used them as a rub under the skin. Then I followed the instructions for Blasted Chicken 142783. It tasted great and I plan on trying it again and maybe increasing the cinnamon a little.
  2. Crocheting Mama
    I made this for ZWT3 and I am just going to comment not rate it because I had to make a couple of changes to make it palatable to my family - actually the only change was to use boneless skinless chicken breasts, and then to take out of the bag and bake for a few minutes once they were done. I used thin pieces, and I probably overcooked, but my fault, not the recipe's. My husband did comment that the flavors were good though.
  3. Cookie16
    Very good!! I doubled the spices because I had a 5 lb. chicken. I rubbed it under the skin and then poured about 1/4 cup water in the pan. I was certain that I would like this but thought the kids would be put off by the flavor. I was totally wrong. My 8 year old daughter ate a drumstick, a thigh and a wing! Normally she eats far less. Thanks Parsley. This is a keeper.
  4. COOKGIRl
    I think I prefer crisp chicken. At first, I used a clean, paper grocery bag to cook the chicken. But it was not browning on top of course. So, I removed the chicken from the bag and baked the chicken instead. The house smelled really good. I would be more inclined to grill this next time to really bring out the flavors. I also will definitely use skin-on chicken and not the skinless chicken tenders that were used for this recipe. Subbed fresh garlic for the garlic powder, too. Was out of garlic powder. I will have fun with this recipe. Served with a sweet side dish to balance the flavors: <a href="/109041">Sweet Pineapple Yellow Rice</a>. Thanks for posting. cg
  5. COOKGIRl
    I think I prefer crisp chicken. At first, I used a clean, paper grocery bag to cook the chicken. But it was not browning on top of course. So, I removed the chicken from the bag and baked the chicken instead. The house smelled really good. I would be more inclined to grill this next time to really bring out the flavors. I also will definitely use skin-on chicken and not the skinless chicken tenders that were used for this recipe. Subbed fresh garlic for the garlic powder, too. Was out of garlic powder. I will have fun with this recipe. Served with a sweet side dish to balance the flavors: <a href="/109041">Sweet Pineapple Yellow Rice</a>. Thanks for posting. cg
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