Published Monday, 26 September, 2011 by Jo Saunders
Put the chicken in the roasting tin.
Drizzle over the oil so as to lightly cover the chicken.
Rub each of the cloves of garlic all over the chicken and then leave next to the chicken in the roasting tin.
Chop the onion in to rough segments (probably fifths) and scatter around the chicken.
(For extra taste put one clove of garlic and one segment of onion in to the cavity)
Rub salt in to the top of the chicken.
Put in to the oven at 170 (fan oven) for at least an hour and a half (if it's a big chicken, leave in for a little longer...it's quite difficult to over-roast a chicken).
(Note, don't be alarmed if the onion and garlic looks like it's burning, that's what's supposed to happen as all of the flavours are coming out!)
bit expensive but impressive (and easy)
Cheap, Easy, Impressive and not much washing up
yummy roast chicken
To all marmite lovers, cheap and easy and eating something you love!
cook it for all your friends and they will love you forever.