Can you ever have enough roasted chicken recipes?
This is perhaps the one part of cooking where the more recipes the merrier! You can never have enough roasted chicken recipes. You will always roast chicken, easy, very convenient cooking and absolutely bountiful in flavour and health benefits. People long associated chicken and its soup (sauce) to be soul food, to fix ailments, treat a cold, revitalise and feed a tired body as well as be the go to food to unwind and feel at home. As such, and while we will definitely repeat some of our favourite recipes (I use this one almost every where, it is my go to recipe as is and as base to many other concoctions), we do want the variety and change, and so the more roast chicken recipes the merrier.
With that said, this is one recipe you will want to hold on to, as not only is it perfect on its own, but it also lends itself very well to a variety of concoctions. Very well balanced in flavour, absolutely delicious, and not like those recipes that give you dry chickens, no sir, this one is a succulent, super moist (including the usually dry white parts), self-saucing (giving you gorgeous sauce to flavour other dishes)… from pulled chicken sandwiches to ready chicken to use anywhere… think of the leftover options… I can never say enough… but you can try and will be singing the praise of this as I do!
The roasting juices here are unbelievably delicious, dunk a baguette in there and eat away with your favourite vino, and you will almost forget to eat any chicken! I don’t know about you, but I make this and every time it reminds me why life is so good!
Because this is one of my cookbook Plated Heirlooms recipes, I thought why not share with you a video of my book’s press launch. Take a look and see how I chose to launch my book and why, also to know a bit more of what you can find inside my book Plated Heirlooms. If you have not yet bought your copy, I have no idea why not! It really is a beautiful book, take a look and see. Then you can order it on the link at the end of this post 🙂