Air Fryer 360 XL just arrived

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bill ace 350

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Dec 28, 2013
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Want to try a rotisserie chicken.

Never did one before.

Tips for cooking it in an air fryer?

Thanks!
 
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Don't have an air fryer but interested to see what you come up with.

Ryan
 
I've spun all kinds of stuff in mine . Comes out great , but cooks fast . I have a thread ..
I used the time and temp from the recipe book . The book says 4 pounds . Much bigger wants to drag the bottom element . So keep that in mind .
 
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bill ace 350 bill ace 350 . Something I started doing with whole chickens is put the rod through from the neck end , centered up . Add the fork on the neck side and tighten . Then I take a raw potato cross cut in half and slide it on the rod . Wedge the pointed end into the cavity . Add the forks and tighten . The potato helps keeps the chicken centered on the shaft and also supports some of the weight .
 
bill ace 350 bill ace 350 . Something I started doing with whole chickens is put the rod through from the neck end , centered up . Add the fork on the neck side and tighten . Then I take a raw potato cross cut in half and slide it on the rod . Wedge the pointed end into the cavity . Add the forks and tighten . The potato helps keeps the chicken centered on the shaft and also supports some of the weight .
"Very" good idea Chop. I didn't like the way it flopped around on me last time. Vowed to never spin another chicken but will give it a try again.
 
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