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How to roast chicken in a Bundt pan for the crispiest skin ever (VIDEO)

Karen Miner is the Food & Home Editor for SheKnows. She is a freelance writer, recipe developer and is also the cook, author and photographer behind the food blog, Tasty Trials, a collection of original recipes and stories. She and her h...

This genius way to roast chicken gives you perfectly crispy skin on the whole bird

Is there anything better than crispy chicken skin? If I didn't feel so guilty about eating it, I would happily eat just the skin off the entire chicken, without ever touching the meat. What? It's good.

I will let you in on a little secret. Every time I buy a rotisserie chicken with that perfectly crispy skin, I get it home and immediately take a bite out of a drumstick. You're probably thinking, well, that's not so unusual. But no. What I do is leave the whole chicken in the container on the counter, drumstick attached, lean down and take a bite straight off the bird, taking as much skin as possible. No hands, no napkins required. I just can't resist.

This genius way to roast chicken gives you perfectly crispy skin on the whole bird

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Another secret: I have probably roasted fewer than three chickens in my entire life. That may be a little surprising given how much I cook, but mine never come out so gloriously crispy. And when I can buy one perfectly cooked for $5, why wouldn't I?

Enter the Bundt pan. The new and improved way of roasting your chicken so that every square inch of skin is crisp. It's like a dream come true (if you're me). Watch the video to see how easy it is. Genius, I tell you, genius!

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