Tying up chickens for rotisserie

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Charstone1
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Tying up chickens for rotisserie

Post by Charstone1 » Thu Apr 26, 2018 11:07 am

G-day all, I love using the rotisserie attachment to my Weber kettle for charcoal chicken. I have a line of charcoal (lump) directly under the chooks so that the drippings hit the lump for smoke & flavour. Only problem is that the string used to tie them up sometimes catches alight when there is a flare-up. Any ideas about how to avoid this? I know I could put the charcoal at the side but then I reckon that I'd miss the extra flavour.
I usually roast two at a time.
Thanks, CS


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Re: Tying up chickens for rotisserie

Post by Old Dave » Thu Apr 26, 2018 5:00 pm

Get yourself a spool of fine thin wire.
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Re: Tying up chickens for rotisserie

Post by Charstone1 » Fri Apr 27, 2018 2:43 am

Thanks mate, will give it a go.


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