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Maxi-Matic ERO-2008S Countertop Toaster Oven with Top Grill & Griddle Rotisserie, Bake, Grill, Broil, Roast, Toast, Keep Warm, 23L Capacity, fits a 12” Pizza, 6-Slice, Black reviewed by Skillet Director
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Cuisinart TOB-200N Rotisserie Convection Toaster Oven, , Stainless Steel reviewed by Skillet Director
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Elite Cuisine ERO-2008S Countertop Toaster Oven with Griddle Rotisserie
Ronco ST5000PLGEN Showtime Rotisserie
Hamilton Beach 31104D Countertop Oven with Convection & Rotisserie
Emeril Lagasse Power AirFryer 360 Rotisserie Oven Spit
Cuisinart TOB-200N Rotisserie Convection Toaster Oven
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Maxi-Matic ERO-2008S Countertop Toaster Oven with Top Grill & Griddle Rotisserie, Bake, Grill, Broil, Roast, Toast, Keep Warm, 23L Capacity, fits a 12” Pizza, 6-Slice, Black reviewed by Skillet Director
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Elite Cuisine ERO-2008S Countertop Toaster Oven with Griddle Rotisserie
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Maxi-Matic
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$71.99
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Ronco ST5000PLGEN Showtime Rotisserie Platinum Edition reviewed by Skillet Director
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Ronco ST5000PLGEN Showtime Rotisserie
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Ronco
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Hamilton Beach 31104D Countertop Oven with Convection & Rotisserie reviewed by Skillet Director
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Hamilton Beach 31104D Countertop Oven with Convection & Rotisserie
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Emeril Lagasse Power Air Fryer 360 Better Than Convection Ovens | Hot Air Fryer, Toaster, Bake, Broil, Slow Cook reviewed by Skillet Director
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Emeril Lagasse Power AirFryer 360 Rotisserie Oven Spit
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Cuisinart TOB-200N Rotisserie Convection Toaster Oven, , Stainless Steel reviewed by Skillet Director
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Cuisinart TOB-200N Rotisserie Convection Toaster Oven
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Rotisserie Convection Toaster Oven

hi I’m Mary Rogers and this is the
cuisinart tob-195 Ulis has a beautiful
handle it’s very wide it makes it easy
to open the oven and you notice how the
rack came out automatically when it’s in
the middle position it will actually
extend the rack for you so you don’t
have to worry about when you’re putting
a pan in there the other thing you’ll
notice is along the side here there’s
numbers those are your rack positions
and those are really important because
we give you different directions on
where to put the rack depending on what
you’re cooking it’s point eight feet
cubic feet in size and you’ll notice
it’s a very generous interior it takes
six slices of bread or any type of item
you’re going to toast
along with up to a 12 inch pizza or a
four pound piece of poultry or or meat
the other thing that’s really great
about this oven like I mentioned is it
has a ton of great functions and you’re
going to notice when I touch the style
the functions start to display
themselves the first being toast bagel
bake broil roast pizza then you have
leftovers and keep warm so first I’m
going to show you the rotisserie
function and you’ll notice the first
that comes up is the one that says
rotisserie chicken then there’s duck and
when you rotate it it shows you one
that’s blinking as the function you’re
on meat is next and then the last one is
custom and the custom function is the
one that we’re going to use today when I
do these beautiful Cornish hens so the
other one is is that you can use as
convection which I’m going to show you
they persist off and on again so it
clears so convection and you notice how
it comes up with bake because you’re
going to use convection on the bake
setting and the automatic limb is up for
50 and then you can change the time or
temperature
so the other thing I want to show you is
this is the best part about this oven it
has a ton of presets so for instance
when we turn the dial
like I mentioned toast is the first item
that comes up you press the button in
the middle and it comes up with shade
five and five to six slices you can
change the shade and then when you
decide what item you want it to be on
like say for you press the button again
that actually sets the shade setting and
then the next item is to decide how many
slices you have five to six one to two
or in the middle three to four and you
press that again and then you press
Start and that’s what engages the oven
so let’s look at some of the other
functions so I’m going to turn the dial
we’re going to go to bake and it comes
up at 350 we can choose any temperature
from 150 to 450 so let’s just pick 200
pick 200 and then you can pick your time
anywhere from 1 minute to 2 hours and
this is also where you can engage your
convection function also and then you’ll
notice it’s on 200 for 2 hours like I
said and it’s going through the
preheating function now one of the other
things I’m going to show you is pizza
and the reason I’m picking pizzas
because it’s one of the number one items
consumers use a toaster oven for so
we’re going to pick pizza because
there’s a lot of great functionality
here it’s on 400 but pick 400 and then
notice it says 8 inch pizza 10-inch
pizza 12-inch pizza or 6-inch pizza it
just as you roll the dial it rolls
around today we’re going to pick 12 then
you’ll notice the next thing is you see
a snowflake flashing that snowflake is
if you’re going to put a frozen pizza in
there so you can either pick frozen or
fresh so I picked fresh and then you can
actually pick the time that you want to
cook the pizza for and hit start and I
pick 21 minutes today at 400 degrees so
what’s going to happen it’s going to go
through a preheat function it’s going to
let you know it’s preheated then you put
your
at the end it’ll start counting down the
cooking time so one of the other things
I want to show you today is that it has
a crumb tray in the front so it makes it
really easy to clean you just remove
this you know you should do it every
once in a while make sure you keep it
clean that’s really important and then
even though it has a really generous
interior it’s really easy to keep clean
easy clean interior so let’s look at
some of the other items that come with
your oven first to have your baking tray
here and your rack going to show you how
to use that in a few minutes and this is
your rotisserie spit you can also show
you how to use that in a few minutes
these are adjustable you just turn this
nut and you can slide this up and down
depending on where you need to place it
when you’re on basurin your meat this
also is a nice handle that helps you
take the rotisserie spit out of the oven
after your food is cooked that’s really
important it makes it really easy to
handle also so the next thing that we’re
going to do is I’m going to actually
show you how to use your rotisserie spit
and put it in the oven and cook these
beautiful Cornish game hens so one of
the important things to remember when
you’re using any kind of rotisserie is
that you want your meat to be uniform in
size and the reason that’s important is
because the more uniform it is the more
evenly it will cook especially when
you’re putting it on the spit so these
are two little Cornish game hens like I
mentioned I really like cooking these
because it’s not something that you’re
going to cook every day but it’s great
to make a great presentation everybody
gets their own little Cornish game hen
it’s great for two people so what we’re
going to do is I have this butchers
twine here and I pre-cut it and I also
want to show you that what we did is the
back you’ll notice we turn the wings
under and I like to do this because it
makes for a good final presentation you
just turn the wings under and it keeps
it compact so what we’re going to do is
take the butcher’s twine and I pre-cut
this and we’re going to I like to do it
this way loop it around the back of the
chicken
and tuck it underneath then what I’m
going to do is go to pull the legs up
now sometimes I like to this is my own
technique so don’t be checking those
cooking books and saying I did it wrong
but I like to just tie this up like this
and I’m going to make a knot
like so
get it nice and secure what I’m going to
do is I’m going to cut the excess off
I’m going to do the same thing with the
next one
okay
doing this one slightly differently
underneath I like to do this come across
the front sometimes I like to go around
the leg once like this to get it tight
depending on you know how cooperative
your chicken is don’t worry about if
it’s not perfect I don’t just going to
get it really nice and secure okay all
right little bundles together then what
we’re going to do is we’re going to put
them on the spit now what I like to do
just so it’s much easier for you to deal
with is I like to get this one piece
locked down in advance so you’re not
sliding two pieces across your
rotisserie so this way it’s completely
secure you’re going to go through the
middle of the chicken out the other end
and just press it really tight now I’m
going to do these like this today and
you’ll see how nice and compact they are
and then what we’re going to do is we’re
going to put this other one in here and
slide it onto the bar and you would need
to get past that little notch because
and you can go further if you want if
you really want to get it tight and they
just twist until it’s really tight and
the reason is that now see how nice and
form and compact and tight that is
they’re not going to slide around
because you’re going to need to get this
into the oven on a notch so it’s stable
and then this pointy end is also going
to go into the oven and this notch is
going to rest on another bar so what I’m
going to do now is I’m going to wash my
hands
and I’m going to come back and put the
chicken in the oven so I wash my hands
and now what we’re going to do is I’m
going to put this in the oven and then
set it show you how to set it so what
I’m going to do
is open the oven and I’m going to put
the rack on in the first position like
so and this pointy end right here is
going to go into this side of the oven
in this little hole here and then it’s
going to rest on the bar on this side
now what I’m going to do is I’m going to
put this baking pan in is that’s gonna
catch your rotisserie drips going to
close the oven you’re going to go to
roast press rotisserie and it’s it’s
flashing for this item you want to pick
custom so you can set the custom setting
and we’re going to put this at 425 and
we’re going to set it on the custom
setting 40 minutes then we’re going to
hit start and you’re going to notice
that I’m just going to open it so you
can see it it’s actually spinning very
gently on the rotisserie and what you’re
going to do is we’re going to actually
let that bake on the rotisserie function
and you’re going to know when it’s done
when you pierce the UM thigh and you
have clear running juices or if you
prefer it’s always good to use a meat
thermometer if you’re not sure if it’s
done or not so let’s let that finish
cooking when we come back I’m going to
show you how beautiful it looks so there
we have it our beautifully rotisserie
Cornish game hen now don’t forget this
oven has exact heat so it has a great
feedback when it comes to the
temperature setting so it keeps a very
consistent heat it also has a shade
control that also monitors your shade so
it also adjusts your toasting time
accordingly you can cook any four pound
piece of meat or even a five pound duck
on the rotisserie using this oven so it
gets you a beautiful finished product
it’s very versatile and very powerful at
875 watts and you can really get
creative in the kitchen using this
rotisserie oven

Rotisserie Ovens Buyers’ Guide

How long to cook a rotisserie chicken in a rotisserie oven?

Start by preparing your chicken, and carefully placing it on the rotisserie. Once the chicken is in the rotisserie oven, it is time to set the timer. Now, the amount of time depends on a few factors such as the size of the chicken and the type of rotisserie oven. Make sure to read the manual or the instruction guide that comes with the oven, where the exact measurements of time will be noted. Generally, it is around 15 minutes per pound of chicken. Keep in mind that this may not always apply, so once you think your chicken is ready, use a meat thermometer to measure the thickest part of the chicken. If you think it isn’t done, then leave it in for a few more minutes.

How to reheat rotisserie chicken in the oven?

A rotisserie chicken can be kept in the fridge for a few days and be reheated in the oven if necessary. Start by removing the rotisserie chicken from the container or the packaging and put it inside an oven-safe dish. In the meantime, preheat your oven to 350 °F (177 °C). Cover the chicken with a lid or some aluminum foil and put the dish into the preheated oven. Roast it until it reaches 165 °F (74 °C), which you can figure out by inserting a meat thermometer into the thickest part of the meat. Take the chicken out. If you want chicken with some crispy brown skin, then put the chicken back in for 5 minutes without a lid. Once you get the desired golden skin, remove it from the oven, let it cool and enjoy.

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Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.