Pastured, Whole Roasted Chicken

September 13, 2019

Pastured, Whole Roasted Chicken

Roast your pastured chicken the old fashioned way, how your grandma used to…


(1) Whole pastured chicken / size varies

(4 Tbs.) raw Butter

(2 Tbs.) Celtic salt

(2 Tbs.) raw Apple Cider Vinegar

Variety of dried herbs


Roast your pastured chicken the old fashioned way, how your grandma used to. When it comes to feeding your family healthy chicken, choose pastured, free range, GMO free, soy free, from your farmer. Taste the difference!


To cook a whole chicken of any size…

Put your whole fresh or thawed chicken in a roast pan or baking pan.

Melt 4 Tablespoons of butter

Add 2 Tablespoons of salt

Add 2 Tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar plus any herbs you like and
pour or brush this mixture over the chicken. (A good idea is to add
the liquid from your hot pickled veggies. The flavor is delicious!)

Cover with roaster lid or cover tightly with some unbleached parchment paper.

Bake at 350 for 2 hours.

After 2 hours the chicken should be tender enough to easily fork apart.

Save the juices and fat that accumulated in the pan while baking and
spoon over chicken as you serve it. This is a very important
step! The juices and fat are the best part!

Be sure to save all the bones, bits of meat and any leftover broth for…

Another chicken meal! Here`s how….

Put it all in a cooking pot.

Cover the bones with water and simmer together for 3-5 hours.

Remove the bones with a slotted spoon and you got a wonderful,
nourishing soup stock.

Season with with salt, pepper and herbs of your choice.

Add cooked rice, cubed potatoes or veggies to make a delicious soup.