I absolutely love a moist chicken and a roasted beer can chicken is AMAZING! Sometimes in the winter months it’s just too much to trudge through the snow to stoke up the grill. I’ve found however that you can roast the chicken in the oven and get very similar results and there’s literally no difference in the preparation.
You should definitely give this recipe a try if you’re the type of person who thinks it’s too hard to cook a moist chicken in the oven. It’s definitely possible and a can of beer is really all it takes to keep everything nice and moist.
If you’re in need of some roasting plans the Pyrex glass pans are great. They’re really nice to cook with and clean up is a cinch. If you need a glass pan set then check out the Amazon link below:
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- 2 Whole Chickens (4-5 Pounds Each)
- 2 Beer Cans
- 4 Tbsp Poultry Seasoning
- 2 Tbsp of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- Half Stick of Butter
- 2 Lemons
- Reheat the oven to 375 degrees.
- Rinse the chickens and pat dry.
- Rub each chicken with 1Tbsp of Extra Virgin Olive Oil and 2 Tbsp of poultry seasoning.
- Cut the butter into thin slices and then cube the slices and place between the skin and meat of the chicken.
- Cube the lemons and place one lemon inside the cavity of the chicken.
- Place one beer can inside the cavity of each chicken and place upright in a roasting pan.
- Roast the chickens until the internal temperature is 165 degrees (approximately 1.5-2 hours) when you check with a thermometer in the thickest part of the meat.
Recipe provided by SimpleeKitchen.com
If you don't have beer cans or you don't want to use beer then you can always use soda cans.