My husband loves to cook, and usually makes a one pot dish on the weekend, so we have various meals through the week. He also likes to cook on the grill, even in the winter. He wanted to do a roasting chicken on the rotisserie grill, even though the temperature hovered around 10 degrees. Does this picture look like a roasted chicken? No, It does not, because when I when to the store, the vendor had shorted the store, and they didn't have any roasting chickens. Bummer! I had to settle for pork chops. They actually turned out pretty well. We gave them a rub of our Sunny Spain no salt seasoning mix from The Spice House. This is a wonderful blend of Tellicherry black pepper, powdered lemon peel, garlic and onion powder.
Do you or your Grill master make perfect grill marks.? My husband turns the food he is grilling in quarter turns.to get those perfect grill marks. Even though he is a Virgo, he is only a perfectionist about certain things, painting and grilling! To go with those perfect pork chops, we roasted various root vegetables with olive oil, and garlic powder. All the veggies caramelize and brown to golden perfection, Yum! So in the near future you will be seeing a glorious, roasted chicken on our rotisserie grill with golden, juicy skin. I got a rain check for the roaster chicken:, which was on sale:) I know how to shop!
Roasted Root Veggies (amounts vary for the number of people eating) 400 degree oven
Wash the veggies that you want to roast, cut in chunks or halves. Leave the skins on. You can use carrots, sweet potatoes, onions, red or white potatoes, and other veggies that aren't root veggies, like zucchini and other squashes, red or green peppers. Place in a roasting pan or cookie sheet lined with foil. Season, as desired, and drizzle with olive oil. Place in oven for 40-45 min, until browned. Stir or turn as needed. Enjoy