Are you unsure how to handle cooking a whole chicken? This eBook will walk you through a step-by step process of cooking a whole chicken from scratch. There are methods for using all parts of the chicken to make many delicious meals plus bonus recipes for any leftovers you might have!
I would buy and cook separate chicken pieces for years. It seemed easy and convenient to just grab thighs or legs and cook them up. On a journey to make more things from scratch and waste less food, I decided to take on cooking a whole chicken.
Cooking a whole chicken was something my mom and grandma would do growing up since my grandparents raised broiler chickens, and it was something I wanted to try. The first time I made one, I felt overwhelmed, intimidated, and concerned I would ruin it terribly. While it didn’t end up turning out too bad: it was a little dry in places, undercooked in others, and lacking in good flavor. When I was done, I threw out all the bones and unused pieces, only making use of the meat – what a waste!
How To Use All Parts Of The Chicken
Fast forward a couple years and several trials, I have created a system for preparing the chicken, roasting it, making use of the neck and giblets, and developed delicious recipes for the leftovers.
If you feel like I did that first time roasting the whole chicken, I would love to share the tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way! Buy “The Complete Guide To Cooking Chicken” now to get started roasting and making the most of your whole chicken.
How To Make A Delicious Roast Chicken
I have been tweaking, perfecting, and using these recipes for years. They are made from whole, all-natural ingredients that will give you many nutrient dense meals!
Chicken gets a bad reputation for being a dry and dull meat, but it can be phenomenal when done right. In this eBook you will learn how to prepare a chicken before roasting to give it a nice even cook, how to season and roast a whole chicken that is juicy and flavorful, how to turn the neck and giblet pieces into a delicious side dish, and receive recipes for leftover chicken!