Bundt Chicken makes a juicy chicken that’s crispy all the way around. Like the names says just use a bundt pan as a vertical roaster.
This is extremely simple to do, simply upend the bird on the center of the pan, season and add vegetables per your normal recipe, and then roast.
Bunt chicken is a nice way to roast chicken, as it is easy and looks pretty cool.
I like to start the oven hot at 450, let the chicken cook for 15 minutes, turn the heat down to 350 for about an hour, and then back to 450 for another 15 minutes. If you put in a lot of vegetables, the chicken is large, or the internal temp is not 160, you may need to increase the time at 350.
The great thing about this process is that it is scalable – the pan can hold anything from a game hen to a small turkey. – and if you use a pot instead of a cookie sheet to collect the juices, you can fill it with your favorite beverage for the bundt pan version of drunk chicken…
Tell me that the chicken in the video above did not look awesome. I will tell you that not only did it look great, it tasted out of this world.