Too far away?
Our factory and stock is housed in Briardene in Durban and from your time of order it can takes 3 to 5 days to receive it. To avoid the delay, please check the local suppliers in your area who stock products, should you need rotisserie units straight away.
It’s amazing how the knock-on effect of the virus is taking its toll on the manufacturing industry so quickly. Assembly and delivery of our next en masse order will be delayed slightly.
So if we run out of stock we apologise in advance… on the virus’s behalf. But on the plus side we can use the old masks we have left over from the swine flu.
One 1,5Kg whole chicken
1 pinch salt
¼ cup melted butter
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon paprika
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
1. Season the inside of the chicken with a good pinch of salt
2. Place chicken onto the rotisserie over a high heat and cook for ten minutes.
3. During this period mix together the butter tablespoon of salt, paprika and freshly ground pepper.
4. Spread the coals / or turn the gas down to a medium heat and baste the chicken with the butter mixture.
5. Close the lid and cook for 1 to 1 ½ hours, basting regularly until the internal temperature reaches 83 deg C measuring with a meat thermometer in the thigh.
6. Remove from the fire and allow the chicken to rest for ten to fifteen minutes before cutting.
Simple cooking is sometimes the best.
The smallest rotisserie gear motor in our supply is the battery operated 10 kg unit and the largest is the 85 Kg geared motor and housing plug in 220 volt.
Until next time keep safe during the lock-down and whether horizontal or vertical just keep it turning for the juiciest results.
Until next time