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Roast Chicken with Sourdough Stuffing

Recipe photo courtesy of Jonathan Lovekin

Stuffing turns a standard roast chicken into something special. Tying the legs helps the bird cook evenly and keep its shape, so it looks gorgeous when you bring it to the table.

Source: Everyday Food, March 2013
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Cook's Notes

Stuffing and Tying

1. Stuff the Bird
Fill the cavity with stuffing, but don't pack it in tightly.

2. Tie the Legs
Use kitchen twine to tie the legs together; a bow is easy to untie when the bird is done.

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