Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

November 13, 2019
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The Great Rotisserie Chicken Cookbook

Americans bought 650 million rotisserie chickens in 2013 according to the US National Chicken Council. Applying the 10-percent rule, Canadians gobbled up about 65 million birds. The juicy, orangey red-hued chickens are a staple in supermarkets and they’re inexpensive. After dinner, leftovers can be used in lunch sandwiches and the bones often go to make soup stock. Bang for your buck or what? Eric Akis’ The Great Rotisserie Chicken Cookbook, from Appetite by Random House, has 60 ideas of how you can plate your poultry. It’s full of great suggestions including 10 rubs for roasting your own bird when you have more time to cluck around in the kitchen; there’s a jerk to a tandoori to the red Thai curry included here.

Excerpted from The Great Rotisserie Chicken Cookbook. Copyright © 2015 Eric Akis. Published by Appetite by Random House, a division of Random House of Canada Limited a Penguin Random House Company. Reproduced by arrangement with the Publisher. All rights reserved.

Recipes from the book