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Spit-roasting chickens on the grill ensures an evenly juicy bird.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 1998



Cook's Notes

If you dont have a rotisserie, use a covered charcoal grill: Let coals burn until they are 90 percent white and no flame remains. Divide coals in half; move half to the right and half to the left, leaving center empty. Place prepared chickens in center of grill rack; cover. Proceed to step 3.

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  • rakhiinindia
    14 JUL, 2017
    I have tried some of them and have to save them for future use. These Spit-Roasted Chickens recipe are really helpful

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