July 11, 2006

Indoor Rotisserie and BBQ

Roasted or rotisserie chicken is my favorite comfort food. This rotisserie fits on the countertop and is large enough to spit-roast two chickens, a 15-pound turkey, a leg of lamb, a rack of ribs, or six kabobs. it also has a wire food basket to rotate chicken wings, salmon steaks, or other foods and a steaming tray to steam vegetables or shrimp. It includes 6 kabob rods, flavor-injecting syringe, heavy gloves, and 12 elastic ties.

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Posted by Maya Bazar at July 11, 2006 8:07 AM
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We have one of these.... and I'm pretty sure we have the largest model. Ours came with all the accessories you mention. Ours will not hold a 15 pound turkey. An 8 pound bird is pretty much the biggest thing it will take, and that it going to blacken the exterior before it's cooked all the way through. Also, two chickens will not fit, but two cornish game hens will.

Anyway, it does particularly well with a 4-5 pound chicken, or a 4 pound turkey breast. It's actually rather mesmerizing to watch.


Posted by: LaVidaMD at July 11, 2006 9:25 AM
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