This bird needs to be ready in 6 hours.
Tell me how to make it delicious?
I broke its legs and neck to fit in my tiny roaster. Time to douse it with butter and spices and vegetables. Paprika is a good chicken spice, right? And how does a spice get called allspice when it clearly is not every spice moxed together?
You're a fucking idiot, son.
That's a good question. Luckily, I have a link to the answer right here. It's from a fairly obscure website, so I can understand why you couldn't figure it out.
I mean, who ever heard of a Google?!
That's a good start. Now throw some chicken stock, a little salt, pepper, and maybe a little garlic powder in there, apply heat for the appropriate amount of time and you'll be golden like the shower.
Now stick your wand in its poophole.
Your cream will give it a unique, lovely taste and your guests will surely love it.
I disagree. There is such a thing as a poor winner. The fact that you think you are entitled to be smug because you're on the right side of the argument is almost worse than being smug for being wrong.
Internet implies a cooking time of approximately 2-1/2 hours. Well, shit, I got an hour to spare.
To partly cook the potato prior to roasting, either by steaming or boiling. Similar to cooking pasta extra al-dente prior to adding it to a hot sauce to finish the cook... or searing meat after cooking sous vide
After part-cooking the potatoes, try vigorously tossing them in olive oil and a good coarse salt or salt flakes. This should leave the outside of each potato with a coating of something close to mashed potato, which when roasted crisps up beautifully. Since the potatoes are already part-cooked, this can be done in a very short time at a high temperature.
>searing meat after cooking sous vide
Given the question posed by the op and the fact that he thinks you get roast potatoes by shoving raw potatoes in the oven I don't think he's quite fallen for the sous vide meme just yet
This is how i make oven potatoe wedges aswell. Toss them raw in oil and spices and put them in the oven. At the restaurant i used to work in we would do the same. Actually never tried parboiling potatoes before putting them in the oven.