How to fry a whole chicken. Knowing how to cook a chicken is an essential requirement for the kitchen! Packed with taste, crispy skin and so juicy!
If there is one thing that every home cook should know, it is to roast a whole chicken. Honestly, every week I picked up a roast chicken from Costco, but now I know how to cook a chicken and how easy it is, I try to roast one every Sunday at home.
The kitchen is my sanctuary. It's not always peaceful, but it's mine and it's therapeutic for me to roast a chicken on Sunday. It helps to start my meal planning and food preparation, and the smell of garlic, butter and everything in the oven is heavenly.
Often, when I fry a chicken, I plan to use it all week in a few recipes. You can (and should) definitely choose another roast just to eat it with mashed potatoes or crispy bread. And save the chicken carcass! Use it to make homemade chicken broth. It literally uses every last piece of your chicken.
How to traverse a chicken
Binding a chicken serves two purposes: 1) It helps the chicken to cook more evenly, and 2) It helps the chicken to maintain its shape and it is more aesthetic. It only helps the chicken to look better.
Do you have to take a chicken? No you do not. To be honest, I did not learn how to hold a chicken together until the beginning of this year.
In these two videos you can learn how to hold a chicken together: the Thomas Keller method and Chef Adam Struebing. Both are chefs whom I respect and admire.
Thomas Keller has taught me that it's important that your chicken takes room temperature. You do not want to put a cold chicken directly in a hot oven. He also removes the wishbone, but I do not do that.
For frying, you can use extra virgin olive oil, flavored olive oil or butter. I like using butter because I think it's a tastier, tastier and spicier chicken …
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