How to spit roast a Chicken on a Kettle Rotisserie

How to spit roast a Chicken on a Kettle Rotisserie

How to cook a whole Chicken on a Kettle Rotisserie

There are very few things in life that rival the incredible smell and flavour of chicken gyros cooked over fire. In this article, we are going to teach you how to prepare gyro on a kettle rotisserie that your friends and family will be talking about for weeks to come!



  1. 2 x whole chickens (medium)
  2. Butter
  3. Breadcrumbs
  4. Flaming Coals Clucking Mad BBQ Rub
  5. Flaming Coals Traditional Lamb BBQ Rub

Preparing the chickens: 

1. Using a paper towel pat the chickens dry from any excess moisture

2. Season the chickens using Flaming Coals Clucking Mad BBQ rub, remember to coat the chicken evenly for the best results

3. Stuff the chicken with a combination of breadcrumbs, clucking mad and traditional lamb rub

4. Place the first chicken onto the skewer and fasten using the prong. Flip the skewer and place the second chicken in the opposite direction to ensure the skewer is balanced when spinning. 

Cooking Process: 

1. Light a chimney of Flaming Coals Lump charcoal and pour into the base of your kettle bbq. 

2. Place the skewer onto the kettle rotisserie ring and switch on the motor, ensuring you have balanced the chickens properly. 

3. Monitor the heat and adjust the amount of charcoal being used to ensure you don’t overcook the food. 

4. Once the internal temperature reaches 75 degrees celsius remove the skewer, take off the chickens and serve immediately. 

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