how to spatchcock a chicken

For my fellow French Friday with Dorie cooks (or at least those of you who have never spatchcocked a chicken before) I found this you tube video to be very helpful for this week’s recipe. He cuts his chicken in half in the end while Dorie leaves it in one piece, but otherwise the steps are the same.

What did we do before the internet?

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6 Responses to how to spatchcock a chicken

  1. Elaine says:

    I often forget that there are videos on YouTube for just about anything now. I recently found some great ones for knitting that I bookmarked. He did such a thorough job of showing the spatchcock technique. Thank you for sharing the video with us.

  2. Susan says:

    I agree – quick & delicious. We’ll make this, again, too. I love the fall flavors on your plate. Great idea to look up a video!

  3. nana says:

    I have learned more about cooking and used so many different ingredients in the past year
    working with FFWD than I ever thought possible. I love cooking but always followed family
    traditions, in our case, French and Italian. I’m loving it. Tricia and I loved France as usual,
    so much to see and do.

  4. Cakelaw says:

    What a delish meal – the birds and the pumpkin look terrific!

  5. Alice says:

    the pumpkin was such a great idea!!! … I often forget to YouTube stuff until after I have made something and spent time in the kitchen mulling it over..! LOL! Glad you were able to find the hens! We used poussins cuz the butcher “looked” at me like I was nuts when I asked him for “game hens” … oooh well! 🙂

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