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I get asked a lot these days, “donna freedman, what do you recommend for a weekend getaway that everyone should do?” I’m going to share a recipe for a weekend getaway that everyone should do.
I think the thing people are most curious about are the recipes themselves, because that’s the part that doesn’t always work out. I know I get asked this question a lot, and I try to be as honest as possible when I tell people I have no idea how to cook a recipe. I’ll tell you right now that the one I’ve used this weekend that I was most excited about is a green chili-roasted chicken dinner.
Green chili-roasted chicken dinner? That sounds like the most impossible thing ever.
Actually, that is pretty much the most impossible thing ever. The most difficult part is getting the chicken to roast.
The best you can do is get it dry-rubbed. You can do this by turning the chicken in a baking pan, but that takes a really long time (and I know you know this because you have the same problem). So you have to roast it in the oven. Then, you’re supposed to season it with butter, salt, pepper, garlic, onion, jalapeño, cilantro, and then you add the chicken to the pan.
But I love roasting chicken. Every time I do it, I think they’re going to ask me to come over to their house and have the chicken roasted. I’m going to make sure that I make my chicken as juicy as possible. But that’s impossible. The chicken can only be roasted in small batches, so you can only get it to the right temperature in the oven for a few minutes at a time. It might be good, but it might not be.
It might, but you still have to throw it in the oven at the right time. If you want chicken with it’s meatier, juicier, and more flavorful sides, you need to plan ahead. The chicken is very susceptible to overcooking. To help this process along, donna Freedman recommends roasting it for about 20 minutes at 425 degrees.
It may be a good idea to pre-cook the chicken before you’re about to throw it in the oven. The longer the chicken sits in the oven, the less it absorbs the heat from the grill and the hotter it gets, so it’s probably better to get it in at the right time.
It sounds like this is a great way to add another level of flavor to your meal.
That’s one of the reasons I love when you can find recipes on this website that call for something like this: Chicken and Mashed Potatoes with Salsa.