Sunday Roasted Whole Chicken Dinner! This is a lovely recipe which will give you rotisserie style chicken, with juicy meat and a crispy skin. Full of flavor and easy recipe. People often ask what goes well with Roast chicken, so I’ve also included cooking times and an order of instructions if you wanted to make the roast potatoes, vegetables and gravy to make this a complete Roast chicken dinner.
Often people can feel a little intimidated at the thought of cooking a Sunday Roast Dinner.
It can turn into a nightmare if you don’t organise yourself and get your timings right so that everything is ready at the right time. A traditional Sunday Roast dinner would usually be made up of a joint of meat, whether it be a whole chicken, leg of lamb, joint of beef or pork, along with roast potatoes, Yorkshire Puddings, a selection of vegetables, and gravy.
The beauty of having a roast dinner is that any leftovers can be used the following day, such as roast chicken sandwiches, or chopping the cold meat into cubes and adding to a fried rice for your Monday dinner! So here we have our lovely Roast Chicken Dinner recipe.
There’s also ‘Bubble and Squeak’ which is a mixture of all the left over vegetables and potatoes, fried up and eaten with gravy the following day. So you may think you would never get through a joint of meat or a whole chicken, but it really can save you money as larger cuts of meat are often cheaper, and much tastier when cooked whole.
Here you will be shown how to roast a whole chicken and keep it moist, and also get a nice crispy skin. We will keep it healthy, using very little oil, and no butter. There’s also a link to how to make crispy crunchy roast potatoes (on my blog), so trust me, this recipe doesn’t require any skill, apart from thinking about your timings, but you do that every day when you have to get up for work, or catch a bus right?
At the end of our Roast Chicken dinner recipe, I’ve added a few other side dishes if you’d like to make those instead of the side dishes in this recipe. They’re all very popular recipe and are suitable for any time of year as the ingredients are always available in the supermarkets. Please enjoy!
FULL RECIPE IN THE NEXT PAGE, ENJOY 🙂