Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Pandan in the Chicken Butt Recipe (“Opps Sorry for my Language, I should have used “Rear Opening”)

It will take some time to roast a whole chicken but since I was rushing to cook for my kids I side tracked a little from my initial plan for this recipe. I was supposed to wrap the chicken with the pandan leaves (screw pines) but find it a little tedious so I just stick them into the chicken rear opening! It was a blessing in disguised, the chicken turns out nice and the skin was very flavourful with a slight tinge of pandan aroma.
Ingredients
Chicken, 1 whole (around 1.8 kg)
Salt to taste (ok to use a little more for a whole chicken)
Honey, 3 table spoons
Soya Sauce, 3 table spoons
Turmeric, 1 teaspoon
A dash of pepper
Pandan leaves (screw pines), 5 leaves

Rub the soya sauce, salt, pepper and turmeric mixture on the chicken skin and also the interior cavity. Put the pandan leaves in the posterior cavity. Roast the chicken in preheated oven at 180 Dec C for one hour. Take a look at the chicken in the oven from time to time to make sure that the skin is not burned. Rotisserie roasting would be ideal. Glaze the chicken with honey after about 45 minutes in the oven and continue roasting for around 10 to 20 minutes.

20 comments:

cleffairy said...

LOL.... you sodomized the chicken! My mum usually make these sort of roasted chicken too when I go back for a visit... but the stuffings are usually diced potatoes cooked with cream cracker crumbs and some salt and pepper.

claire said...

Pete, this one i can do... i can do this weekend when son comes back.. pandan chicken? something very new.. alright! my son loves chicken and i m running out of ideas.. thanks for sharing..

suituapui said...

You do that often...sticking things up the butt? Hahahahahaha!!!! I mean stuffing chicken through the rear opening? ROTFLMAO!!! Very creative! I'm sure it tastes nice - like pandan chicken and healthier as it is not deep fried.

Christine said...

Pete, I don't think 'rear opening' sounds much better, lol. Looks delicious anyway.

levian said...

the chicken does look pretty mouth watering! :)

Mei Teng said...

Haha...you had me laughing! Pandan in chicken butt. Gives it the added aroma eh?

Willie said...

Nyummie. Expert in cooking huh?

manglish said...

simple and delicious :)

AL said...

Pete, I also roast chicken and I stuffed it with lemon grass and I thought of using pandan leaves for a change squeezed in it's butt...omg!
If only chickens could talk!

Anyway I'm gonna try it... now that I know I am not alone LOL!

AL

Pete said...

Cleff : Ha ha, this is Sodomy III. Next round I will try cream cracker like your mom's way.

Claire : I guess roast chicken goes down well for everyone...my kids love all type of roasted food!

STP : Butt poking now very sensitive....can kena akta 'xxx di luar tabii', ha ha ha!

Christine : I also used the word posterior cavity....sounds scientific? he he he!

levian : Taste real good hot out from the oven.

Mei Teng : Nice aroma of pandan filled the house when I roast the chicken.

Willie : Sometime simply hentem also.. LOL! Thks for dropping by.

Manglish : Agree, quite easy to prepare.

AL : Ha ha, now I have a partner...., might try out lemon grass with kaffir lime leaves next round.

My Little Things Corner said...

The roasted chicken just nice, look delicious.

Pete said...

MLTC : Thks, taste quite good.

mNhL said...

Nice pandan aroma!! Can imagine the taste by looking at your receipe.

Sonia said...

Hahaha, good idea, one stone kills two birds..

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

Your kids are so lucky to have a daddy like you :)

Pete said...

mNhL : The aroma is nice when it is hot out from the oven.

Sonia : Speedy way of cooking...LOL!

AFTH : Trying my best!

cleffairy said...

I wonder if you nicknamed the chicken as Saiful or Anwar before you roast em? LMAO...

LOL... political joke aside... lol...this chicken have been haunting me in my sleep last night, and one of these days, when I free, I might try this out. Must go chic hunting liao. Ahahahaha....

Ayie said...

wow pandan! not only it will taste good but it will have a certain aroma that's certainly iresistable!

Pete said...

Ayie : I love the pandan aroma!

Pete said...

Cleff : Wah, can be haunted by food ar? he he he, hope you hunt down a large chicken...ha ha ha!

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