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Old 09-19-2013, 01:10 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by penguinpower View Post
I love chicken roasted in my clay pot roaster - you soak the lid in water for ten minutes, then put the seasoned chicken into the base with no liquids. Skin turns out crispy and delicious and meat juicy and tender in 90 minutes. I found my clay pot roaster at a yard sale and it was only a couple of dollars so I figured no big loss if I didn't like it - now it's the only way I roast chicken.
This may be a stupid question but why do you soak the roaster lid in water for 10 minutes before using it?
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