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Unread 03-13-2012, 12:06 PM   #1
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Arrow Rotisserie Chicken Appreciation Thread (pron)!

When the weather gets nicer I love breaking out my rotisserie. I don't mind doing steaks, burgers, bbq stuff in the winter but to me rotisserie chicken is my spring and summer favorite. So good, so easy and fun to break out the Weber rotisserie attachment.

With Costco chickens being so cheap there is no excuse not to do it every weekend!

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Here are some Thighs, basketed up, spinning on the old Redhead with the Weber Rot attachment! Ummmm......can't beat chicken on the Rot!

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Those are some great looking birds!

What kind of seasonings did you guys put on them?
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Those are some great looking birds!

What kind of seasonings did you guys put on them?

I did a spicy dry rub with salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, parsley and onion flakes. The spicy chicken rub I used is written here: http://www.grilling24x7.com/chipotle_chicken.shtml


I just made a chicken salad sandwich for lunch and tossed in some pureed chipotles in adobo to kick it up a bit. Wow!
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I gotta' do one of these this week!

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Hey Redvert 05 what kind of basket is that?
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I got a rotis a few weeks ago and have been loving it! Got a Ribolator on the way too.

Well this ain't gonna be as purty as y'all's, but here you go...

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I'm loving this thread. I just ordered my Cajun Bandit rotisserie bundle and Rib-O-Lator this morning, should have it by Thursday.
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I don't have a rotisserie attachment for my kettles so I usually just do BCC or spatchcocked. After seeing the pics so far i may have to start looking for the add-on kit.
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Hey Redvert 05 what kind of basket is that?
Just a generic basket I picked up at Menard's for Fish/Chicken/Burgers, etc. Slides right over the Weber Spit Shaft and works like a charm. Think I dropped $4.99 on it!
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Those are some great looking birds!

What kind of seasonings did you guys put on them?
I just used my good old "goto" Famous Dave's Rib Rub, and I sprayed them down a few times during the cook with a 50/50 mix of AJ and Apple Cider Vig.
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No Menards around me. Gonna have to get 1 from Amazon.
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I don't have a rotisserie attachment for my kettles so I usually just do BCC or spatchcocked. After seeing the pics so far i may have to start looking for the add-on kit.
It took me alot to cough up the $139 for the Weber Rot kit, but man I am glad I did. And.....Pork Loins spun on it.....oh gawd, that should be a diff thread!

I have the old 22" Redhead "dedicated" for the Rot, just stays on there all the time and keeps me from swapping it around on the OTG.
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Works great for Turkey too, I think it was about 13#



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yep, one of the most satisfying cooks ya can do.
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