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This is almost a weekly meal in our house. It’s a healthy meal that everyone eats and doesn’t take too long to cook. After you’ve made it once, you’ll never purchase a grocery store rotisserie again! The Grill Friends Porcelain Chicken Sitter Stand heats up and gives way to a moist tender chicken on the inside and yummy crispy skin on the outside.
1 4-5 pound roasting chicken, preferably Amish or Kosher or Organic
3 tablespoons of favorite dry spice rub recipe, divided
Kosher salt and freshly-ground pepper
Liquid to fill Chicken Sitter; water, apple juice, beer, white wine
Grilling Method: Indirect/Medium Heat
Remove neck and giblets and pat dry chicken with paper towels.
Brush chicken all over with oil and season with 2 tablespoons dry rub or simply salt and pepper. Set aside.
Fill Chicken Sitter about ¾ of the way full with any liquid, beer, water, apple juice, white time. Also sprinkle one tablespoon of dry rub inside the Chicken Sitter as well. Place Chicken Sitter in center of cooking grate and move legs apart so the body cavity slides over the top of the Chicken Sitter. The chicken will appear to be “sitting” on the grate.
Cook chicken for 1 – 1½ hours or until the internal temperature registers 165ºF in the breast area and 180ºF in the thigh. Remove from grill and let rest for 10 minutes before carving.
Note: When removing from grate, be careful not to spill contents of Chicken Sitter, as it will be very hot. Use a pair of locking tongs and grab the bottom of the beer can and place on a platter or cutting board to cool.
Recipe adapted from www.elizabethkarmel.com