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another attempt at making a roast chicken, came out much better. Had a baking tray this time instead of aluminum foil so all the juices didnt fall out. Had no filling or lemon juice so it was spicier which was nice. Skin came out really crispy. Might start making one everyday because it's so cheap to make.
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get some foil, brah
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That looks fantastic!
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another attempt at making a roast chicken, came out much better. Had a baking tray this time instead of aluminum foil so all the juices didnt fall out. Had no filling or lemon juice so it was spicier which was nice. Skin came out really crispy. Might start making one everyday because it's so cheap to make.

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get some foil, brah

What do I do with the foil? Saw some recipes, which called for wrapping one in foil, does it just make it more moist?


Made stock out of the carcass, friend said it was disgusting I was making soup out of bones and that no one does that in England. Is this real life?
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That looks fantastic!
Thought the same. gdl, did you make it?
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Made stock out of the carcass, friend said it was disgusting I was making soup out of bones and that no one does that in England. Is this real life?

It is traditional to make stock from the carcass, neck, and feet of chicken. The stock you yield from a roasted chicken will taste different from a stock made from raw chicken, obviously. Both are good for different things. That said, you will probably have more use making a stock from raw bones. It's lighter, cleaner, and a much more neutral base for soups, sauces, or whatever else you want to make. "Brown" chicken stock, like what you've made, is particular, and would work well in a chicken sauce, or to braise potatoes; it is probably too assertive in flavor for much else.

Next time you get a chicken, teach yourself how to butcher it, cook the breasts, legs and wings separately, and use the rest to make stock.
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That looks fantastic!
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Thought the same. gdl, did you make it?

Thanks. I usually don't take pics of my food but when I pulled the pan up and saw this, I thought it looked pretty nice. It tasted awesome too - made with fuji apples and I made a caramel sauce on the side for those who thought it could use a bit more sugar laugh.gif
post #21399 of 25350
wow, when i saw that i figured you bought it from a bakery.
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Thanks. I usually don't take pics of my food but when I pulled the pan up and saw this, I thought it looked pretty nice. It tasted awesome too - made with fuji apples and I made a caramel sauce on the side for those who thought it could use a bit more sugar laugh.gif
Something that beautiful deserves a picture, well done.
post #21401 of 25350
Two scoops of isoflex, some flax oil and 1.5 tabs of xanax.
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Could anyone give me a last minute london dinner Rec? Mid-high, good food, unpretentious and jeans friendly? Near Coventry would be nice, but I'm happy for anything. Cheers, and Tia.
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What do I do with the foil? Saw some recipes, which called for wrapping one in foil, does it just make it more moist?
Made stock out of the carcass, friend said it was disgusting I was making soup out of bones and that no one does that in England. Is this real life?

Just put it on your pan before you cook. Less of a hassle to scrap all the burnt shit off.
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Two scoops of isoflex, some flax oil and 1.5 tabs of xanax.

I can get behind this diet.
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Could anyone give me a last minute london dinner Rec? Mid-high, good food, unpretentious and jeans friendly? Near Coventry would be nice, but I'm happy for anything. Cheers, and Tia.


My university dorms brah
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Could anyone give me a last minute london dinner Rec? Mid-high, good food, unpretentious and jeans friendly? Near Coventry would be nice, but I'm happy for anything. Cheers, and Tia.

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