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Roasted Chicken

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This mouthwatering roast chicken is oh so easy to make, ensuring that even the novice cook will win raves from family and friends alike.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
2 hr 30 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
3/15/2007
This recipe was extremely moist. I had to lessen the carrots and celery because they wouldn't fit into the cavity. Defnitely would make it again.
posted:
3/14/2007
I made this recipe for my family. They really enjoyed it. It was very easy to make. I'm sure I will be making this again soon.
posted:
3/14/2007
It is not complicated with a lot of things to do. Very straight-forward to make and delicious to eat. Thank you.
posted:
3/14/2007
Omit the vegetables and sprinkle garlic powder and pepper in the cavity. The chicken will be evenly cooked. The veggies were almost raw and the dark meat was undercooked. A very good cook-ahead recipe if you don't stuff the cavity with the vegetables.
posted:
3/13/2007
my family always eats the carrots, celery, and onions i put inside the chicken and I put potatoes around the chicken in the juice and bake it all together... we do not throw out the veggies..they taste good this way....and only one pan to wash..
posted:
3/13/2007
I find the info. helpful. We have always eaten stuffing or veggies or fruit cooked inside the chicken. Is there some reason we shouldn't? Ray
posted:
3/13/2007
Very good, but half a bottle dressing is plenty. I always stuff the cavity, but use celery tops, a couple of apples that have been in the bottom of the frig. drawer for a while and an onion. Inexpensive, and gives chicken good flavor. Cavity vegetables definitely need to be discarded.
posted:
3/13/2007
I don't understand putting the veggies inside the chicken and then throwing them away. Very wasteful. Why couldn't they be eaten?
posted:
3/13/2007
The chicken turned out wonderfully moist. However, in our family, the carrots and celery would be better suited by chopping it smaller and adding it to stuffing.
posted:
3/13/2007
At the price of celery ($2.49/stalk), it's a shame to have to throw out the vegetables after the chicken is cooked. That kind of puts me off from making this recipe at this time.
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