Published on January 7, 2014
Every busy homemaker prefers to serve whole chicken dishes during family reunions and intimate gatherings with friends and associates. This is because whole chicken recipe usually serve a small number of people, making them convenient yet very tasty dishes. Even for the most experienced cook, whole chicken recipes can be quite challenging. Unlike other dishes wherein you can taste them while cooking, you will only know how your dishes turned out after you pop it out of the oven. There is no way of knowing if you have put in too little or too much salt, pepper and other seasonings. Some homemakers, on the other hand, have difficulty in determining when the chicken is thoroughly cooked, and unlike beef or pork, chicken meat cannot be eaten rare. As a result, there is a tendency to overcook the whole chicken dish, even with the use of a meat thermometer.