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Roast Chicken in a Bundt Pan! It's genius I tell you! Use your Bundt pan to roast chicken that's crispy all the way around. Place carrots onions and potatoes in the pan and then place the chicken cavity side down over the center. Season as usual and place pan on a cookie sheet to catch drips. Roast at 400 degrees for 15 minutes per pound plus 15 minutes. Voila! Dinner!

Bundt Pan as Vertical Roaster - For a juicy bird that’s crispy all the way around, first layer potatoes, carrots, and onions on the bottom of the pan. Then season the chicken and place in the pan with the cavity over the center hole. Set the dish on a cookie sheet to collect any drippings and roast as usual.

New roles for items that can help you get dinner on the table.

Use your Bundt pan to roast chicken that's crispy all the way around. Place carrots, onions, and potatoes in the pan and then place the chicken, cavity side down, over the center. Season as usual and place pan on a cookie sheet to catch drips. Roast at 400 degrees for 15 minutes per pound plus 15 minutes. Voila! Dinner!

Place carrots, onions, and potatoes in the pan and then place the chicken, cavity side down, over the center. Season as usual and place pan on a cookie sheet to catch drips. Roast at 400 degrees for 15 minutes per pound plus 15 minutes.

Bundt Pan as Vertical Roaster: For a juicy bird that’s crispy all the way around, first layer potatoes, carrots, and onions on the bottom of the pan. Then season the chicken and place in the pan with the cavity over the center hole. Set the dish on a cookie sheet to collect any drippings and roast as usual.

Roast two chickens at once by placing birds side by side in a roasting pan and adding an extra 15-20 minutes to the cooking time.

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