F&W's Justin Chapple reveals a foolproof way to cook chicken using a bundt pan. F&W's Justin Chapple reveals a foolproof way to cook chicken using a bundt pan.
[MUSIC] I'm Justin Chapple from Food & Wine's test kitchen. Join me as I demonstrate mad genius tips. [MUSIC] The most common way to cook whole chicken is in a roasting pan but, for people like me who love crispy chicken skin, That was not so ideal. I have a mad genius tip that's gonna get your chicken crispy all the way around. And it starts with this. A bundt pan. What we're gonna do is start out by filling our bundt pan with some aromatics. Because that's just gonna add flavor to the chicken. So I'm starting with some lemons nice big chunks and I'm also adding some onion and thyme and bay leaf. The next thing you wanna do is take a piece of foil just like this and fold up, cuz what you want to do is just cover the hole in the Bundt pan. [MUSIC] And I'm gonna take my whole chicken that I seasoned with salt, pepper, and olive oil, and I'm going to set it right on top of the Bundt pan And now our chicken is ready for the oven. We're going to pop it in and 425 degrees for about an hour. It's going to be brown and crispy all the way around. [MUSIC] Oh my goodness, look at this chicken. It's crispy, it's brown, oh my gosh, it's so juicy and crispy. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO]