Rotisserie : LUSENET : Cooking & Crafts : One Thread

We just got a Geo Foreman rotiserie-a late Christmas present-we cooked one of our home raised Jumbo Cornish in it, just plain, wanted to see how it works. WOW was it delicious.

Does anyone have any rotisserie recipes or recommend and good rotisserie cookbook. Thanks

-- Cindy (SE. IN) (, February 10, 2002


OH no, I for got to put the / in the

-- Cindy (SE. IN) (, February 10, 2002.

Karen Help

-- Cindy (SE. IN) (, February 10, 2002.

LOL...forgot the closing tag there did you..LOL???

I have the Popeil rotisserie that I purchased from QVC. I also love it and cook a turkey in it often. I also have done roasts, etc. But chicken and turkey are my favorites. Everything you make in them are juicy beyond belief and self-basting. Plus all the grease drips away during cooking. Gez, I sound like a commercial..LOL.

-- Karen (, February 10, 2002.

karen, how long does it take to cook turkeys? We were talking about that for next Thanksgiving/Christmas, maybe more often, if Gary agrees to raise them.

-- Cindy (SE. IN) (, February 10, 2002.

About the same as in the oven but usually about 45 min to 1/2 hour less because it is getting heat all the way around. That is for a 12 lb. bird.

-- Karen (, February 11, 2002.

Cindy, I have a Popiel Rotisserie that I got about 3 years ago. You just can't beat it for fixing juicy meats. If your George Foreman came with a basket, try fixing burgers in it seasoned with garlic salt and pepper or whatever seasoning you like. We also like fixing brats and Italian sausage in the rotisserie. I have fixed a couple of turkeys in mine and except for getting the bird in the oven, which is kind of a pain, they were the best and easiest turkey's I have ever cooked. I have also fixed lean pork steak and lots of other things in mine. Anything you might cook on the grill works well in a rotisserie. Hope you enjoy yours! Mona Lea in S.E. Missouri

-- Mona Lea (, February 11, 2002.

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