Speed Up a Roast Chicken

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Photo by: Christopher Testani ©Christopher Testani 2013

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Hot Tips From Food Network Kitchens' Katherine Alford:

For a fast weeknight meal, roast two half chickens instead of one whole bird. It takes just 35 minutes (see Food Network Magazine's Roast Chicken With Apple Slaw, pictured above). Use a rimmed baking sheet instead of a deep roasting pan (the short sides help the heat circulate evenly). And choose the convection setting on your oven if you have one: You'll get crisp, golden skin in a hurry.

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