The perfect, slow-roasted chicken (with mixed root veggies)


I’m going to keep this blurb short and sweet – only because it’s getting late, and I’ve promised some dear instagram friends that I’d post this tonight. This is a perfectly cooked, slow-roasted chicken with a flavor combination of hazelnuts, rosemary, garlic and lemon — and insanely delicious. Though this is a fairly simple recipe, it does require some patience for the marinating (overnight), and the 3 hour, low heat roasting time (of which you can pretty much just leave it to do its thing). This is what I made for dinner today, and it was the most tender and juicy, fall-off-the-bone meat…even the breast meat was tender as. I’ve got a few tricks, and I’m happy to share… here you go! Continue reading

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The Drunken, Ginger-Poached Chicken


I can’t wait to share this recipe with you! This is one of those recipes where I actually felt proud afterwards…partly because of how amazing it turned out – but also because of how simple this recipe actually is! This recipe will give you a moist and tender, flavorful, and perfectly poached chicken with very little effort! You just have to remember, that if you are wanting to prepare this for dinner, to put the chicken in the brine mixture in the morning so it has several hours to soak it up and get nice and drunk. This is a slow-poaching method, where you will do part of the cooking on stove, then remove pot from heat and let stand for the remaining time. You will also be left with the tastiest broth EVER, which you can then use for soups, stews, stir-frys — you name it!  Continue reading