Let’s Roast Those Birds


Have you ever made Beer Can Chicken?  It is the moistest, most flavorful way to cook chicken ever.  As undignified as the chicken looks on its beer can perch, this is a brilliant way to roast a chicken, on the grill or in the oven.   While the chicken is dry roasting on the outside, the inside is being bathed with steamy beer, keeping the chicken meat wonderfully moist.


Marisolio has the perfect seasoning for your roasted chicken.  Pour half a can of beer into a roasting pan.  Massage the chicken with your favorite Marisolio Olive Oil, then rub the chicken with some of our Alex Beer Can Chicken Rub, then sprinkle some additional rub inside the half full can of beer.  Place chicken on top of open beer can as shown and roast an hour and a half at 350.  The chicken will stand up better if you have a metal beer can chicken stand.  I tell you, this is delicious.


If your fall feast includes a roast bird of any kind, you may also be interested in our Turkey Brining Kit.  This kit will brine a 10-24 pound bird.  Brining is the process of soaking a bird in a salty seasoned water solution for 6 to 12 hours (similar to marinating).  By brining, you create unforgettable juiciness and flavor.  Brining is a process that greatly improves the flavor and moisture content of turkey.  Be creative though, try it on duck, goose or pheasant as well!

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About Marisolio Tasting Bar

We specialize in Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oils and Balsamic Vinegars
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