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Fox Run

Fox Run 5667 Vertical Chicken Roaster, Non-Stick

4.2
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€51,00
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Description

  • 5.5 x 5.5 x 7.5 inch
  • Durable iron construction with non-stick finish
  • Roasts poultry vertically to allow unhealthy fats and oils to drip away
  • Holds up to an 8-pound chicken
  • Easy to clean, hand wash only

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Customer Reviews

Won't roast a chicken without it! Simple design at a great price! I would never roast a chicken without one of these great little stands. It's so easy to make a delicious dinner with it and the skin gets crispy all the way around and cooks beautifully. I put the chicken on the stand, brush it with melted butter and season with salt, pepper, garlic powder and oregano and always get a perfect chicken. (My husband said it's his favorite!)I previously had this type of product but it was getting rusty so I needed to replace it. I like this one much better because the previous one had a "dish" attached to the bottom to catch the juices, but it still needed to fit in a larger pan. With this one, I can remove the whole chicken to a cutting board (with the stand still inside the chicken & then easily remove the stand once it's on the cutting board) leaving all the juices & bits in the pan to use for gravy. With the previous one that has a dish attached to it, I would have to lift the chicken out of the larger pan with the stand and dish still stuck inside the chicken and then try to pour off the juices in the little pan while not burning myself and making a mess. This one is much simpler, has a nice non-stick coating for easy cleaning and does exactly what I need it to do. 5Easy peasy yummy meals! Perrrrrfect! I place them in a cookie sheet and do two 6 pound chickens at the same time. They charge over $3 a pound for rotisserie at my market (which are tiny and mostly bone). So these have already paid for themselves. Throw these in the dishwasher when you are finished and presto they are clean. (Disclaimer I sprayed it with oil before putting the birds on just to be safe).There is a review I followed about turning the bird upside down and then slow cooking at 275 for a few hours (for convection 265 regular). Came out soooooo moist and yummy and I didn t do anything while it was cooking. 5I came across an article suggesting the best way to roast a chicken is with the "rear" ... I came across an article suggesting the best way to roast a chicken is with the "rear" end up. (More fat to drip over rest of bird). The cheap beer-can roaster I had (no, I never used it with a beer can!) didn't cut it, so I purchased this.Much more stable. You do have to crack a bone sometimes to get the bird onto the roaster head-end first. If purchasing from a butcher, have the butcher do it. 5EVEN THE BACK WAS BROWN AND TOASTY Loved this vertical chicken roaster. I used it to follow the Christopher Walken Chicken and Pears receipe on U-tube. He recommends placing a piece of fat/skin (I cut off that tail remnant) and placing it at the top of the roaster; this prevents the cooked chicken from sticking to the roaster when removing. My chicken came out lovely, crisp and brown all the way around. You must place the roaster inside a pan to catch the drippings. I used a glass pie dish. It worked great. The device is so simple but so functional. Super easy to clean and A major bargin. I will never roast chicken any other way in the future. Buying a second one so I can roast two at a time.Love IT! 5Great vertical roaster for large and small poultry I've been doing vertical roasting of all my whole poultry for nearly ten years now and this is one of the more versatile roasters I've come across. Unlike your typical "beer can" roaster you can actually get this roaster inserted without much effort. The small end is barely 1" diameter so it will also allow you to do Cornish Hen's as well as broiler/fryers. My favorite way to use it though is for up-side-down chicken. Roast the whole chicken bottom up head down so that all the fat from the thighs renders over the breast meat to keep it moist. 285F for 3.5-4 hours (subtract 10F and 30 min if using convection oven) and you won't look at whole chickens the same way again. For the price you cannot beat this roaster. Make sure to get at least two so you can do two chickens at once. 5Looooooooove this roaster!!!!! What a great invention! My roasted chicken comes out PERFECT every time! The meat is sooooooooo tender and juicy that a whole chicken practically falls off the bone! So I am now addicted to roasting chickens in the oven because it's so simple to do, quick (only several minutes of actual work time) and sooooooooo economical. One serving of chicken with a side dish cost me one to two dollars per person. You can't beat that!I roast two birds at a time and save one for tomorrow's dinner :) You don't have to pre-marinade because the chicken comes out so tender when using this vertical roaster.Here's how I do it ... I coat the chickens inside and out with a strong mixture of lime juice, salt and oil. Roast at 450 degrees for 20 minutes, lower to 350 degrees and cook for 1 hour and 20 minutes more. You may have to adjust the latter time to your oven. Let rest for 20 minutes, then carve. At this point, you can pour your sauce of choice on top of the chicken pieces, move oven shelf up and broil on low for another 10 minutes or so. Yuuuuuuuuummy! You will get a completely different chicken this way.Happy roasting! 5Works but seems a bit small..... We did get the chicken cooked but it seemed like our chicken was too big for this roaster. I thought the roaster was supposed to hold the chicken up in the air and our chicken just kinda engulfed this stand. It wasn't a huge chicken - enough for 4 people. The roaster did hold the chicken in the vertical position so maybe that's all it's supposed to do. The chicken was definitely using the bottom of the pan for support and where it was touching the pan it never got nice and crunchy. No way you could stick a beer can in this either. I did stick some lemon slice in the middle of the roaster but they kinda fell out.All in all, not what I was hoping for but bottom line, it did keep my chicken vertical. I probably won't use it again for chicken but for Cornish game hens. 3Great chicken stand/roaster I love this. I had a different one with a round pan like thing underneath it attached to the upright part. It worked great on the chicken, but I wanted an open bottom so I could cut up potatoes and lay around the bottom of the chicken so the drippings could cook with the potatoes, and the other one didn't allow this. At first I thought this was too flimsy, would fall over, but it was so cheap I decided to give it a try. It does not fall over, it worked perfect. I love it so much I bought two more as gifts. 5Pain to clean Good size for a standard chicken, even though the "feet" will end up in the grease in the bottom of the pan, but that doesn't bother me. The rest of the bird comes out great! It's just a total pain to clean. I coat the stand in non-stick spray before I but the bird on, and I put olive oil inside my birds, but that doesn't seem to do much good. The description says no-stick, I have a very hard time believing that! The bird sticks to this thing! Best this to do is let it soak while you wash the rest of you dishes and clean this piece last. I do not use the dishwasher, so I don't know if cleaning it is more affective that way or not. If you plan on hand washing, you have been warned. 3Works, but... my bad. I didn't pay enough attention to the specs and it's so small. I was replacing one about twice it's height and, though this works, it's not as stable for larger birds. The verticle roasters cook the bird better and keep it out of the fat while browning the skin so well. I highly recommend one, but this was the tallest available on Amazon at the time. I hope there'll be a taller one offered.Note: spray or brush with a touch of oil to allow for easy release. My other one finally began to lose it's coating after so many washings. Lasted for years with the coating and only began to stick as the coating degraded. I had washed so it lasted a long time. Adding a spritz of oil keeps you from having to scrub at the coating and I expect a really long life from this product. 3
Fox Run 5667 Vertical Chicken Roaster, Non-Stick

Fox Run 5667 Vertical Chicken Roaster, Non-Stick

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€51,00
Sale price
€51,00
Regular price
€84,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€33,00)