Rotisserie cooking is a fantastic way to add versatility to your grill whether you cook on charcoal or gas. Most grills have a rotisserie option and many these days many are equipped with special rotisserie burners. Whichever way you grill, rotisserie cooking is the perfect way to cook larger items such as whole chickens or roasts.
The rotisserie helps foods remain moister because the turning action bastes meats in their own juices as well as everything you have added to it, so give your rotisserie a try with one of these great recipes.
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Along the East Coast of the United States, particularly in the Washington DC area, a culinary phenomenon was launched with this recipe. No, this isn't a traditional Peruvian Recipe, but it is a fantastic way to cook a chicken.
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This pork roast gets a double dose of flavor. First, the rub soaks into the meat overnight before hitting the spit and the rotisserie where it is basted low and slow with an incredible sweet bourbon sauce. Tender and self-basting, this is one of the best ways to cook a pork roast.
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Everyone loves a great rotisserie chicken and we've all probably picked one of those wrinkly chickens at the store. Well, this is the better version of that chicken. Rotisserie cooking is easy, fun, and the results are amazing.
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The wine and herb marinade for this leg of lamb enhances the natural flavors and gives the lamb so much flavor. Save some of the marinade for basting and you'll have one of the best lamb roasts you have ever eaten.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Take a relatively inexpensive eye of round roast and put it on the rotisserie for a roast beef that is tender and simply perfect. This is a great method for cooking a roast beef for sandwiches. Slice thin and it is fantastic.
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Bone in or not, this is the best way to cook a prime rib. The self-basting of the rotisserie keeps it from drying out while the roast cooks to perfection. You'll never put a rib roast in the oven again.
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This lamb is so good you'll want to celebrate Tuesday with it or Easter, Christmas, or any other holiday. The classic Greek flavors go perfectly with this leg of lamb that gets slow-roasted on the rotisserie and basted with flavor.
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This rotisserie chicken recipe calls for two because it is so good you will want the leftovers. The secret is to give the spice rub time to soak into the meat before it goes on the rotisserie to slow roast to perfection.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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One secret to getting pork tenderloin on a rotisserie rod is to take two of them and tie them to the rod before securing with the forks. This flavorful and tender pork is perfect on the rotisserie where it can baste in its own juices, keeping it moist and tender.
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That special ham needs only be warmed before serving, but by putting it on the rotisserie you have the opportunity to add flavor and to let the heat of the grill form that perfect sugar crust. This is so much better than any honey baked ham.