Sunday, August 6, 2017

Beer Can Chicken Roasting Rack & Vegetable Spikes by Cave Tools Review

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Have you ever tried Beer Can Chicken? You know, the chicken recipe that you shove a full can of beer up a chicken’s backside and grill it? If you have made it chances are you had some problems keeping the chicken and the can in an upright position. I never had a problem putting the chicken on the can and onto the baking sheet or even grilling it. The hard part was getting the tray into the house without the can tipping over and if you were lucky in getting that accomplished the next part was getting the chicken off the can without the can tipping right? Well, the folks at Cave Tools have made it so easy now to make Beer Can Chicken. Check out the Cave Tools Beer Can Chicken Roasting Rack & Vegetable Spikes 

 We love chicken in this house and whats not to love about it? You can make so many things with it. One of our favorite ways to prepare it is on the grill I usually place a whole bird in an aluminum toss away pan But not today I was so excited to make Beer Can Chicken.

I turned on all the burners to medium high heat for about 15 minutes and then turned down all but the burners on the left to medium heat the right burner I turned off (that's my sweet spot on my grill for indirect heat.)
First I washed the chicken removing the giblets and putting them aside to use in my stock pot. Using paper towels I patted it dry. Next, I used some seasoning. I added the beer to the container (saving about 1/2 cup) along with 6 smashed garlic cloves and screwed on the lid. I placed the container in the center and placed the chicken on it

I took it out to the grill and added the remaining 1/2 cup to the tray.  Placed it above the burner that was off. Closed the lid and cooked for about 30 minutes then I added my potatoes the that had been oiled and covered with kosher salt to the vegetable spikes and placed them on the tray. 

I continued to grill the chicken until an instant-read thermometer inserted in the thigh (avoiding the bone) read 150 degrees F. I then basted the chicken all over with bbq sauce and finished cooking until the thermometer read 165 degrees F in the thickest part of the thigh, It took about 1 1/2 hours. I carefully removed the tray from the grill and let the chicken rest about 20 minutes before I carved it. 

Oh my gosh this was so good. The only complaint I had was when I placed it on my cutting board and started to slice it, it was so juicy the juice was running everywhere. Yeah, not really a complaint huh? lol 

Next chicken I again I used the Beer Can Chicken Roasting Rack but instead of grilling it I baked it. This time only a dry rub and instead of beer I used a whole lemon which had been squeezed threw in the lemons, 6 whole crushed garlic cloves and enough water to fill the container to the top. LOL if you notice after it finished roasting I put it in a baking pan to catch all that wonderful juices when I sliced it. I used the juices to make gravy with!  

How easy is it to clean? I love that the entire set can just be tossed in the dishwasher which makes clean up a breeze.

Now as you can see you can use any liquid you want it doesn't have to be just beer.  The stainless steel canister can be used for beer, wine, cider, chicken broth and any other liquid or herb combination you can think up Let your imagination soar.

You will also get a free Barbecue Recipe book to download and a 
LIFETIME SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - If at any point you are unhappy with your vertical beer can chicken roasting rack you can return it for a full money back refund. How's that for customer satisfaction. 

Cave Tools is even going to give you 15% off just use the code BEERCAN15 Great deal huh? 

CLICK HERE to order on Amazon or CLICK HERE to order from Cave Tools web page 

I bet you will love it as much as I do! 

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