New This Month

Spatchcocked Chicken with Potatoes

Recipe photo courtesy of Jonny Valiant

Spatchcocking -- splitting, then flattening a chicken -- yields a perfect roasted chicken in less time than a whole one takes. It also exposes more skin, which crisps up nicely at higher temperatures. Click here to learn how. Feel free to use a roasting pan or a large cast-iron or other heavy skillet.

Source: Everyday Food, May 2010
Servings

Ingredients

Directions

Similar Recipes

Reviews

5
4
3
2
1
46
How would you rate this recipe?
46
  • MsPiper
    12 JUL, 2013
    I used this recipe as an injection to marinade a whole chicken. I added cumin, and apple juice to it. It was my first spatchcocked chicken and it turned out sooo juicy and wonderful. I agree, I couldn't stop licking my fingers. Read more: http://www.food.com/recipe/fried-turkey-rub-with-cajun-injection-264131/review?oc=linkback
    Reply

I'm in the mood for:

{{mainDropdownTitle}}
  • breakfast
  • lunch
  • dinner
  • dessert
  • an appetizer
  • a cocktail
{{secDropdownPreword}} {{secDropdownTitle}}
  • that's eggy
  • that's fruity
  • that's hearty
  • that's healthy
  • that's simple
  • that's a smoothie
  • that's a casserole
  • that's off the beaten path
  • that's light
  • that's packable
  • that's speedy
  • that's warming
  • that's kid-friendly
  • that's comforting
  • that's quick
  • that's healthy
  • that's a sunday dinner classic
  • that's vegetarian
  • that's seasonal
  • that's chocolaty
  • that's an american classic
  • that's easy
  • that's fruity
  • that's salty and sweet
  • that's over the top
  • that's crowd pleasing
  • that's simple
  • that's for a cocktail party
  • that's a dip or spread
  • that's healthy
  • that's cheesy
  • that's shaken not stirred
  • that's bubbily
  • that's good for a crowd
  • that's ideal for brunch
  • that's seasonal
  • that's simple
  • that's artisanal
See Recipes