Anyone know of any good baked chicken recipes that uses beer.?

I’m looking for a baked chicken recipe that before you bake it, you insert a can of beer into the chicken’s butt. I’ve always wanted to try it, but can’t find a recipe for it.

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4 Responses to “Anyone know of any good baked chicken recipes that uses beer.?”

  1. happy_hammer said:

    The only one I know is to put the chicken in the oven, and then pickle yourself on beer before you take the chicken out and eat it.

    Your method sounds a bit retentive

  2. Arniev said:

    BEER CAN CHICKEN

    1 4 lb or larger whole chicken
    Emeril’s Original Essence Seasoning
    -OR-
    Mixture of :
    1 Tbsp Ground Black Pepper
    1 Tbsp Salt
    1 Tbsp Ground Oregano
    1 tsp Paprika (optional)

    2 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil (any veg oil will do, too)
    1 12 oz. can of beer, any brand

    Remove giblet package from chicken and discard or save for another use.

    Rub Olive Oil or any other vegetable/cooking oil all over the chicken.

    Spread Emeril’s Original Essence Seasoning (or Spice Mixture) liberally over chicken, and RUB IT IN.

    Wrap chicken in plastic wrap (or put into a large Ziploc bag) and refrigerate for an hour.

    FOR GRILLING:

    Preheat grill to 375°F to 400°F.

    If your grill has two burners, heat only one. If it has three, heat the two on the outsides and do not turn on the middle burner.

    Remove plastic wrap from chicken. Open beer can (you may add garlic to the can of beer if you wish) and insert the full beer can into the chicken (so that the chicken is standing upright with the can inserted into it).

    Stand the chicken upright on the burner of the grill that is NOT lit. The beer can should fit snugly in the chicken so that the chicken does not fall over. Close the grill and cook the chicken for approximately 2 hours or until done.

    Enjoy!

    FOR BAKING IN AN OVEN:

    Preheat Oven to 325F.
    Make a TENT out of a square piece of aluminum foil and place over the top of the chicken.
    Bake for 1-1/2 to 2 hours (depending on your oven) or until done.
    REMOVE the Aluminum Foil Tent from the top of the chicken after 1-hour of baking.

    Note: The Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Vegetable Oil rubbed on the chicken will keep the chicken moist, and the Spice Mixture Rub will add flavor and a pleasantly-delicious aroma to the chicken.

    ALSO … if you want your chicken’s skin to be Extra CRISPY, puncture the chicken skin all over with the tip of a knife, to allow the excess fat to ooze out of the skin. This will produce a nice and Extra Crispy Skin.

  3. rabbi said:

    BEER CAN CHICKEN

    1 4 lb or larger whole chicken
    Emeril’s Original Essence Seasoning
    1 12 oz. can of beer, any brand

    Remove giblet package from chicken and discard or save for another use.
    Spread Emeril’s Original Essence Seasoning liberally over chicken. Wrap chicken in plastic wrap and refrigerate for an hour.

    Preheat grill to 375°F to 400°F.

    If your grill has two burners, heat only one. If it has three, heat the two on the outsides and do not turn on the middle burner.

    Remove plastic wrap from chicken. Open beer can (you may add garlic to the can of beer if you wish) and insert the full beer can into the chicken (so that the chicken is standing upright with the can inserted into it).

    Stand the chicken upright on the burner of the grill that is NOT lit. The beer can should fit snugly in the chicken so that the chicken does not fall over. Close the grill and cook the chicken for approximately 2 hours or until done.

    Enjoy!

  4. bellashira said:

    This sounds crazy, but it’s delicious and very easy.

    You need:

    1 roasting chicken
    1 can of your favorite beer (not a bottle)
    salt & pepper
    Renyolds turkey roasting bag (found in the same aisle as plastic wrap and aluminum foil)

    1. Place the roasting bag in a shallow baking pan

    2. open the beer and pour about 1/2 cup into the bag.

    3. put a little salt and pepper on the outside of a roasting chicken and stand the chicken right on top of the beer can as if the can was a holder for the chicken

    4. tie off the bag and make a 1/2″ slit in the top.

    5. Bake in a 250 degree oven for 2 full hours. Cooking for this amount of time at the low temp makes the chicken incredibly juicy and it absorbs the flavor of the beer, but not the bitterness. It’s delicious!




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