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1 Large chicken approx 2.4kg

2 tsp of sea salt

1 tsp black pepper

1 tsp mixed herbs

2 tbsp olive oil

Roast Chicken

Method

1 Wash the chicken and pat dry with cloth then  place it directly onto the lower rack.

2 In a small bowl, mix olive oil, salt,pepper and herbs and using a pastrybrush,

brush this mixture all over the bird.

3 Replace the halogen lid, set the

timer to 60 minutes and temperature to 190ºC

Roast until golden brown. Test the chicken at the end of the cooking time by using a

skewer into the leg of the chicken to ensure that the juices run clear.

If they are slightly pink, cook for another 10 minutes.

4 Save the cooking juices from the chicken to make the gravy.

16 Responses to Roast Chicken

  • Lynne Lamont says:

    Thank you have just got one and have not got a clue! Chicken size – cooking time but this really helped give me an idea of timings etc.

  • David Taylor says:

    Hi Just bought a halogen cooker also and I also have no clue. But I would like to roast a chicken with veggies and you have both recipes but they are cooked separately (roast chicken and Roasted vegetables). Can I mix these 2 recipes somehow so I can cook them at the same time together? Thanks

    • Jennifer Ashe says:

      Hi Mari,
      You will soon be able to receive my own and some recipes I’ve been given , straight to your email box ! Lookout for the Newsletter opt in at the bottom of the screen coming very soon.

  • Ruth says:

    Hi using for first time — help — with the chicken do I just place it in big glass bowl & do or don’t I add water thanks in advance

    • Jennifer Ashe says:

      If you are just roasting a chicken , use the wire rack to cook on and the extender ring is useful especially if it’s a big bird.

  • Dave says:

    Am 73 years old. man. Just brought an halogen oven. Are there simple recipes for an old fella like me.

    • Jennifer Ashe says:

      Turn to any of the recipes on the website and check the side bar. I like Paul Brodels Halogen Cooking made simple for its range of recipes and simplicity.

  • janine babb says:

    I’m making a pork roast in the fagor halogen oven. Is it ok to cook it in a large baking bag, like you’d use to bake a turkey in?

    • Jennifer Ashe says:

      Generally anything you can put into a conventional oven, you can use in a Halogen Oven

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