So let’s start by talking about the flailing chicken arms in the photo. Every roasted chicken recipe I read says to tie the legs together with twine. But I never have twine and never remember to buy it no matter how many times I write it down or text it to myself. But luckily, flailing chicken legs still taste great when cooked, especially when roasted with lemon, garlic, thyme, fennel, and a touch of butter. This recipe is a slight adaptation of Ina Garten’s Perfect Roast Chicken and is exactly that. It’s everything you want in a roast chicken and will fill your home with delicious smells and wonderful flavors. I recommend making it as soon as possible.
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The calorie and PointsPlus of each serving will vary based on the size of the serving and piece of chicken. The provided is an average with the skin and all fat. You can reduce calories and fat by removing the skin before consuming.
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