The way that you do…

You may recall that I mentioned, in an earlier post, that Melissa and I loved the roast chicken…

MS's roast chicken

…that we had at this place in Kuching when we were there for a quick weekend break. Of course we did have the slightest inkling as to how to go about cooking it but obviously, they used a lot of herbs and other than that, I did spot a few slices of lemon in the bird.

Coincidentally, my Singapore blogger-friend blogged about the roast whole chicken that he cookedΒ and shared his very comprehensive recipe and so, I printed that out for my girl and the mum to follow. I don’t know if they followed it to the letter or whether they made some adjustments here and there but this was the end result…

Lemon-herb chicken

…and I would say that it tasted absolutely great – maybe it could do with a bit more of the herbs but it was really good. I did hear my missus mention in passing that she did reduce the amount used in case the “smell” would be too strong. Hmmmm….I think I would love it even more had the fragrance been stronger so I would insist on the whole works when we roast one for Christmas – she did say she would want to do that when the festive season comes around and she would get a bigger bird for that and serve that instead of turkey as she isn’t all that fond of the meat.

Well, we’ve done it,Β chefandsommelier, and we did enjoy our very delightful lunch that day – thanks so much for sharing. Now, let me browse through your blog slowly and see what else we can try cooking… Hehehehehe!!!!!!

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

21 thoughts on “The way that you do…”

  1. yummy yummy roast chicken!! but only one photo?? hey, that’s so not STP!!! hehe.. when it comes to roast chicken, i think besides still preferring the breast than any other parts, i also love the SKIN (paper-thin when all the oil has been “roasted away”)!!! muahahahahaha~~ πŸ˜€

    Oooo…you love breast…and skin!!! Interesting! Hehehehehe!!!!

  2. Wow!! The chicken must be very tasty! I could see a lot of herbs and the chicken must be very well marinated too! Do look for more recipes! Yummss!! hahaha…

    It was very good, can give it a try.

  3. Really looks yummy! Certainly a good idea to have this dish for Christmas instead of turkey, less expensive than turkey, too, right?

    Yes, turkey costs a bomb these days…anytime around RM100-200, not so big one.

  4. I love roasted chicken. I tried roasting using my flip pan and just add some mixed herbs. It tasted great.

    Yes, chicken is chicken – will taste good and taste may vary according to what you use to marinate. I wonder where my missus’ flip pan is now – my girl says not as nice as using the oven. I think that has put her off the pan for good… Women, very sensitive one hor? LOL!!! πŸ˜€

    1. haha. you praise her and she will cook the dishes again and again. lol.

      I did not say anything – my daughter made the remark. I sure know what’s best for me. Hehehehehe!!!! ‘;)

  5. I like roast chicken too! especially chicken breast!

    I had that – gave the wings and drumsticks to my girl. Papa sayang, like that lah! πŸ˜‰

  6. Roasted chicken looks tempting. So well marinated with lots of herbs. You are so lucky, just sit back, relax and enjoy the food. Nom!!!…Nom!!!…

    Yes, as the saying goes, every dog has its day! πŸ˜‰

  7. Nice roast chicken!!
    Yay….can prepare for the coming festive season, Christmas already! πŸ™‚

    It’s November…and before we know it, it’s the season to be jolly!!! Ho ho ho ho ho!!! πŸ˜‰

  8. Roast chicken, yum!! I always want to try, have yet to try one. I saw Elaine roasted her, also lemon and herbs, i think it should be “quite easy”, let me see when is the mood kick in. hahahahha

    Seemed easy, just marinate…and then roast in the oven. Fast and very very nice!

  9. The roast chicken looked delicious with crispy parts. I like.
    You are so rich and I see you eating out almost every meal.

    Where got? But just me and my missus at home, not easy to cook for two so when we’re out, we would usually grab a bite before coming home – something nice and cheap, nothing fancy.

  10. Oh that does look good, like to see how the bird seems to be heavily seasoned too. When I prepare them for loved ones, that’s what I normally do also. πŸ™‚

    We seldom roast the whole bird – mostly wings or drumsticks…but I’ve done turkey before a couple of times.

  11. It looks good!

    I like the herbs clinging to it and the French cut makes the chicken looks better!

    It does eh? Bit small, the chicken…did not really enjoy to the fullest. Hehehehehe!!!!!

  12. Very nicely done! The roast chicken looks so delicious. The herbs do smell strong in their raw state but once cooked…ooohhhh….they smell so good πŸ™‚

    Yes, next time, I would insist on adding more. My missus is not really into western cuisine and does not fancy quite a lot of things like duck, lamb…

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