what is a beer can chicken rack

what is a beer can chicken rack

1. Before initial use and after subsequent uses, hand wash with warm, soapy water. 2. Dishwasher use is not recommended, as it may shorten the life of the nonstick coating. 3. Metal utensils, scouring pads and abrasive cleaners should not be used on nonstick surfaces. Nylon or silicone utensils are recommended.

Cook an iconic, flavorful beer can chicken on the grill or in your oven with this two-piece pan. The cooking cone is sized to fit over a can of your favorite beverage on the grill; this offers a more appetizing approach to infusing flavor such as beer, wine, juice, etc. into your chicken as it cooks. Features a spun aluminum cone and aluminized steel base, both coated in nonstick surface made without PFOA for ease of clean-up. Made in USA. SKU: 36506

Beer Can Chicken Roaster Stand

How do you cook chicken in a beer can?

Prep the chicken. Open a can of beer and pour half of it into a 10″ cast iron or oven/grill-safe skillet. Place the can in the center of the skillet and gently ease the chicken onto the can so that the can is inside the chicken cavity and the chicken is upright and stable. Grill the chicken.

What is beer can chicken?

Beer can chicken is one of my favorite summer grilling recipes! Though it might seem like a silly cooking method, think of it as the best rotisserie chicken EVER. The beer steams the perfectly seasoned chicken from the inside so that the chicken stays moist while the outside gets crispy and delicious.

Can you roast a chicken on a beer can?

Joking aside, this is a brilliant way to roast a chicken, on the grill or in the oven. Yes, the chicken looks rather ridiculous on its beer can perch, covered with an herb rub and half-ready to salute you. But hear me out.

Can you use beer cans for chicken?

The beer can actually prevents the bird from cooking from the inside so all the heat must penetrate the bird from the outside. The ink on cans is not food grade, even Anheuser-Busch, will not endorse using their beer cans for beer can chicken. Bummer!

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