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Dinner!



I apologize for the crappy photo. I was in a hurry because, well- we're all hungry.
The citrus roast chicken turned out excellent. No need for gravy, ketchup & other whatnots.

ingredients:

1 whole chicken
orange or ponkan or kiat-kiat
1 clove garlic
calamansi
salt & pepper

wash the chicken and pat it dry with towels. rub salt & pepper all over including the crevices. then squeeze the calamansi all over the chicken and gently massage it. yes- massage. not the shiatsu-type though. when you feel that the chicken is already relaxed and happy, slice the orange (in this recipe, i used kiat-kiat since that's available in the fridge) in quarters and stick it inside the chicken. pound the garlic a bit so let out the flavor and stick it in also. if you feel that there's still space, add more orange.

then roast it in the broiler (much more healthier that way ... i think)

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