Rotisserie How To: Two Chickens, One Set of Forks
What is the most common question I get about rotisserie grilling?
“I want to cook two chickens on my rotisserie. Do I need two sets of forks?
First, truss the chickens
Spit the first chicken
|Get it tight on the first spit fork.|
Add the second chicken to the spit
|Nose to tail|
Secure them with the other spit fork
|Push the chickens together as hard as you can, then lock down the second spit fork. If the chickens are not tight together, they might work loose and start wobbling around on the spit.|
This works with as many chickens as you can fit on your spit. It also works for cornish hens, which are just smaller chickens. I’ve squeezed four cornish hens onto the spit for my Weber kettle, and I would guess I can fit at least six on the longer spit for my Weber Summit.
|Two chickens plus one pineapple!|
What do you think? Questions? Other ideas? Leave them in the comments section below.
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