Chicken cookers are an ideal solution for campers who can cook their own food but not the stuff the grocery store sells.
The basic kit includes a metal pan, a lid and a burner.
Here’s how to make your own from scratch.
Find your chicken 1.
Start by cutting the chicken.
This can be tricky if you’re just starting out because you need to be careful not to damage the chicken joints or the skin.
Cut your chicken into bite-sized pieces and then set the pieces on top of a baking sheet.
Get the chicken to boil 3.
Add the sauce 4.
Cook the chicken over a medium-high heat.
You should get a nice crisp skin and the skin should be slightly golden.
Remove from the heat and transfer to a baking tray.
Set the chicken aside to cool, then set aside to dry off.
Once the chicken is ready, use your knife to cut the chicken pieces into 1-inch slices.
You can also use a serrated knife to carve the chicken into 1/4-inch pieces.
Set aside a clean baking sheet for baking, then bake the chicken in the oven for 15 minutes.
After 15 minutes, remove the chicken from the oven and set it aside to let the sauce cool.
You may need to do this step more than once, because you can’t just put it back in the pan again without cooking the meat.
Once it’s cool, you can remove the pan from the baking sheet and set the chicken on the rack to cool.
The chicken is done when it reaches room temperature.
You’ll need to keep the chicken covered to keep it from sticking to the sides.
It should also be refrigerated to keep chicken moist.
This is a great chicken for a camping cookout, camping or any outdoor meal.
If you’re a vegetarian, you’ll want to consider buying a chicken that’s vegetarian-friendly.
If your chicken isn’t cooked properly, the sauce may not taste as good.
The sauce can be made a few ways.
If the chicken has been cooked for a while and the sauce is very thick, you could add some soy sauce.
If not, you should add a little water to thicken the sauce.
Some recipes use coconut oil, but you can use whatever you like.
You could also serve the chicken as a side dish.
We like to serve our chicken with rice, green beans, carrots or corn on the cob.