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Bundt Pan Chicken

(24 Votes)
SERVES
4
COOK TIME
40 Min

If you're tired of traditional methods of preparing poultry, you've gotta check out Bundt Pan Chicken. You'll learn something new AND knock your guests' socks off!

What You'll Need:
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon paprika
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 (4-pound) whole chicken
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • 1/2 cup chicken broth
What To Do:
  1. Preheat grill to medium-high heat.
     
  2. In a small bowl, mix together olive oil, onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, salt, and pepper. Brush inside and outside of chicken with mixture.
     
  3. Slide tail end of chicken over hollow tube of a Bundt pan. Pour wine and chicken broth into pan then place on grill and close lid. Grill 40 to 45 minutes, or until no pink remains in chicken and juices run clear.
Notes

Great Go-Along: For a dynamite dish, serve this with a watermelon salsa made by combining diced watermelon, red onion, green bell pepper and jalapeño pepper, and chopped cilantro.

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The bundt pan gives the thing more stability if using a regular oven. As far as messing up your good bundt pan, if you are concerned about that then just go to Salvation Army, GoodWill or Mercy House (sic) and pick up an old one for a buck.

Candy T, I like the way you think. I also have a very demanding job. I find all kinds of great recipes here that I try on family and friends. I have tried this recipe and also add the veges to the pan and it turned out great.

I think this sounds good. Did anyone think to put the liquid in a empty beer can on the grill?

I am new to this website. #1- I have never witnessed people who visit a food website snip at each other in such a childish way. #2-While some of the comments are true-for example I too considered the damage that could be done to a bundt pan that would be placed in a grill or oven and used in this manner...I would have made the comment in a more constructive way. For example, I do think that they make a foil bundt pan...that way you could just toss it away after you were finished. #3-I also did not know that "Mr Food" had passed away- I think that out of respect for this great man perhaps we could all try to make our comments supportive of the recipe suggestions offered up on this website rather than so negative. If there is something of concern bring it up and offer a solution to the problem. #4-I was excited to find this website because I am very busy working as an Operating Room Nurse (which means I work AND take call/overtime) AND going I am going to school...to find a website that offers quick wholesome recipes is exciting for me...my time is valuable and every second counts.

There are a lot of us that work more than we should, lol. I love this site! I love the e-mails that are sent to me everyday. I like reading comments folks leave about substituting ingredients, or helpful hints, and the friendly advice. I do not like to see anything negative said. Apparently not everyone had my momma who said "if you can't say anything nice, just shut up" well it came out differently from her. lol Welcome to the Site Candy T, not everyone here is insensitive. )

This is a twist on BEER CAN chicken....... LOL

I have better things to do with my Bundt pan.

WHAT!!!!!??????

I think this sounds super simple and the bundt pan would seal the juice around the chicken so you could easily baste the chicken while grilling. What temperature would you use if you did the same thing in the regular oven?

I would suggest 325 degrees

Make delish veges by tossing potatoes, onions, and carrots in the oil mixture, place in bundt pan w/chicken and bake in reg oven ...............

Sounds like a recipe with a gimmick and not much else.

With a bundt pan there is no way for the steam from the liquid to cook the bird from the inside as there would be with the beer can. If you don't cover this your liquid won't accomplish anything.

this is hilarious.

Much ado!!!!

You can buy another bundt pan the one you use cleans up !!!!!!!

This seems like a variation on the Beer Can Chicken recipe but it uses the bundt pan for a vertical roaster rather than the beer or soda can.

The beer can is not vertical, 2?

If the beer can is not vertical then it is horizontal and what's the point of that? the beer would just pour out. Seriously, think about what you're suggesting!

I am grill-less at the moment: would this do as well in the oven, or is this strictly for the grill?

Yes, it will, also a few drop of liquid in the beer or wine brew will do yr meal nicely.

I for one have never heard so many negative comments on someones web site as i have since Mr. Food passed.Why dont you go to some other site to vent your stupidity.No one makes you come back to this one. Wonderful man,cant say the same thing about some of you.

i agree

o my when did he pass?

What a way to ruin your bundt pan!!!!!

Then don't make this recipe. Or buy a cheap bundt pan and save your good one for cake. What is the point of this comment?

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