Trussing A Chicken

Before we continue any further, we’ll clear up what trussing actually is for those who may be in the dark. If you’ve ever picked up a rotisserie chicken at the store, then you’re probably familiar with having to cut off pieces of string that hold the legs and arms together. That’s trussing, and it’s an age old approach to making sure the chicken stays tender, moist and cooks evenly. And before you think that it seems like an awful lot of trouble to go through for just one little chicken, trust our word that it makes a world of difference with any bird. Your Thanksgiving turkey can especially benefit from this simple step in your cooking process (wink wink nudge nudge).

In this online cooking course, we teach you how to truss your poultry. Roasting season is upon us, so be sure to watch this quick tutorial to ensure the tastiest birds you’ve ever cooked!

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2 Comments

  1. Hello, I don’t know where i can ask a question on this site, but I would like to ask if you could make a video on how to make an irish chicken fillet roll. I’ve seen you video on the lemon chicken fillet and it was great. thank you

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