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Food & Drink The Crispiest, Juiciest, 30-Minute Roast Chicken

08:07  11 march  2018
08:07  11 march  2018 Source:   realsimple.com

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I came up with the fastest, easiest, juiciest roast chicken and it's ready in just 30 minutes . Starting the chicken on the stove by browning in a cast-iron skillet gives you a head start and finishing it in a hot oven means the skin gets crispy and the meat stays juicy all in about 30 minutes .

A whole chicken gets browned under the weight of a cast-iron skillet for extra crispiness , before being roasted atop a si(Whole Chicken On The Crispiest , Juiciest , 30 - Minute Roast Chicken | Once you learn out how to spatchcock a chicken , you'll know the secret to getting an irresistible roast bird

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Think a succulent roast chicken has to be reserved for lazy Sundays? Think again. I came up with the fastest, easiest, juiciest roast chicken and it's ready in just 30 minutes. The secret? High heat and a little surgery.

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I’m talking about spatchcocking. Don’t get nervous. All "spatchcock" means is to remove the backbone from your bird so it lays flat and—hip-hip-hooray!—cooks a lot faster. Starting the chicken on the stove by browning in a cast-iron skillet gives you a head start and finishing it in a hot oven means the skin gets crispy and the meat stays juicy all in about 30 minutes.

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The chicken cooks in just 30 minutes and produces a moist and juicy bird that's the perfect simple dinner option! These crispy pan roasted chicken thighs are super easy, super crispy and super delicious.

Here’s how to do it:

Preheat the oven to 450°F.

Place the chicken breast-side down on a cutting board. Using a pair of heavy-duty kitchen shears, cut down both sides of the backbone to remove it. Toss the backbone in a resealable bag and pop in the freezer. Once you have a few backbones in there, use them to make chicken stock.

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Flip the chicken so that the breast side is up and press down with the heel of your hand to flatten. You'll feel it give way under your hand. Rub with 1 tablespoon of oil and season all over with salt (about 1 teaspoon of salt per pound of chicken) and lots of freshly ground pepper. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a 12-inch cast-iron or other oven-safe skillet over medium-high. Add the chicken to the skillet, breast-side down, and top with a smaller heavy skillet. Cook until the skin is golden brown, about 5 minutes. Remove the smaller skillet and transfer to the oven. Roast 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, wash some salad greens and set them aside. Grab your vinaigrette from the fridge. Tear some crusty bread into bite-size pieces and place them on a rimmed baking sheet.

After 15 minutes, remove the chicken and skillet from the oven. Carefully (that thing is hot!) flip the chicken skin-side up and return it to the oven. Roast until cooked through (that's 165° on an instant read thermometer). Transfer chicken to a cutting board to rest.

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If you do these two things, in addition to letting the meat rest for 10 minutes before carving, your roast chicken will be divine — crispy skin, golden brown all around, juicy meat. But I love the recipe for another reason, too: the sauce, which couldn’t be simpler to make. After the 30 minutes of roasting

Pour any juices from the skillet over the bread and toss to coat. Place in the oven until toasted, about 5 minutes. Toss the greens and chicken fat croutons (that's right) with your vinaigrette. Carve the chicken and serve over top. Winner, winner.

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