Yield 6 - 8 dinner servings
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED ----- (See Below)
Rub the chicken that you plan to put on the bottom with the Curry based dry rub.. and use the Chef's Choice rub for the top chicken.... I do this because the curry based rub has a distinct flavor and if you put the curried chicken on top, it's drippings will baste the bottom chicken.
Pre-heat the oil-less turkey fryer.
Use the turkey fryer pole and push the pole up the curried chickens cavity, the leg, then shove the chef's choice rubbed chicken on the pole. See the pic on the left.
Use the hook supplied with the turkey fryer and lower the chickens into the fryer.. See pic on right...
Oil-less fry the chickens for 1 hour, then carefully place into the fryer the corn on the cobs, (With the husks still on). And continue to roast for about another 45 minutes or until the internal temp of the chickens are 165F.. Use the hook supplied with the fryer and remove the chickens allow them to rest for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, remove the drippings from the bottom of the fryer. Pour the drippings into a saucepan. Over medium heat add the drippings and gravy ingredients listed above, except for roux. Simmer for about 5 minutes or until the onions are translucent. Then remove a half cup of the sauce and temper the roux, add that paste back to the gravy. Incorporate the paste and simmer for an additional 5 minutes, Serve.
Also, while cooking add a couple of ears of brine saturated corn for roasting.
For more info on the Oil-Less Turkey Fryer click HERE!
I have been cooking with the Oil-Less Turkey Fryer... if you like this recipe.. Then check out these recipes: Oil-Less Fried Turkey Recipe or our Oil-Less Chicken Wings Recipe
Char-Broil's Big Easy Oil-less Turkey Fryer
The Big Easy is really that EASY!! It takes about 30 minutes to assemble out of the box, and you have to do a one time season of the interior stainless steel cooking
The Oil-less Fryer comes with a wire mesh lid that is used in cold or windy conditions, otherwise the lid is not required. In fact it could cook the meat too quickly, and you really don't want that.!!
Also, for this recipe.... you will need the center portion of a Turkey Fryer that DOES use oil, mine is the prefect height of about 13 inches. (See Pic, left) The pole based insert keeps the chickens in the center of the fryer, and you don't get any marks that a basket would produce.
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