Melt In Your Mouth Chicken

fall off the bone tender

Manny’s Steakhouse in Minneapolis is famously known for serving steaks so tender you can cut them with a spoon. Now that’s tender! I recently took a trip to Florida for a three-day recipe writing get away with my friend Laurie, one of my guest contributors in my book. She taught me to make a roasted chicken so tender; it puts Manny’s steaks to shame.

My favorite part about writing a global cookbook that includes an eclectic group of friends from nine different countries, is the opportunity to learn the tips, tricks and kitchen secrets each person brings to the table. It has been a culinary journey far better than anything I could have ever imagined and yet there is always more to discover. This chicken recipe tops the list of my favorites when it comes to a mouth watering fall-off-the-bone chicken like nothing I’ve made before. Give this a try and watch for all of Laurie’s incredible recipes featured in my book.

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Melt In Your Mouth Lemon Butter Chicken Yum
Slow roasted lemon butter chicken so tender that it falls off the bone.
Cuisine American
Servings
people
Ingredients
Cuisine American
Servings
people
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In medium pan heat oil and butter over medium-high heat. Sauté garlic 1 minute. Add 4 tablespoons lemon juice, lemon rind, dijon mustard. Stir to infuse flavors 1 minute, remove from heat and set aside.
  2. Preheat oven to 225 degrees Fahrenheit.
  3. Place chicken in a small roasting pan or glass baking pan.
  4. Spoon sauce between chicken skin and meat, reserving some for the body cavity and outside of chicken. Rub sauce over chicken, add water, cover and bake 6-8 hours or until thermometer reached 160 degrees (google proper internal temperature of a chicken).
Recipe Notes

Recipe found on www.culinarybutterfly.com
-The chicken will be cooked when the thermometer reaches 160 degrees, however, allowing it to slow roast longer creates a more tender chicken.
-Be sure to spoon the liquid from the pan over the meat every few hours to keep the meat moist while roasting.

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