Getting free-range chicken from a supplier close to home is always a great way to go. With a locally sourced free-range chicken, you are likely to get much fresher meat.
Residents of Hillcrest, Waterfall, Drummond and all other suburbs of the Upper Highway area can order farm-fresh Free Range Chicken from Sweet River Farm.
“Free-range” is a term that refers to a method of animal husbandry where animals are able to roam freely outdoors rather than being confined by an enclosure for 24 hours a day. Chickens are raised in a spacious, stress-free environment.
Quality Free Range Chicken
Sweet River Chickens are only given high quality, grain-based diet.
- No routine antibiotics
- No growth promoters
- No fish meal
- No animal by-products
Benefits of Free-Range Chicken
There are so many benefits of using free-range chicken, including:
- Great Protein Source
- Free-Range Chickens Make Healthier Eggs
- Conventional Chicken Linked to Hormone Disruption
- Free Range May Taste Better
Why not enjoy a delicious ROAST CHICKEN this Christmas? It is not too late to order your JUMBO BIRD!
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Delicious Roast Chicken Recipe
Nothing beats an easy to make and even easier to prepare roast chicken! Especially when roasted with garlic butter, rosemary, parsley, lemon, and a hint of white wine for an unbeatable flavour. This Garlic Herb Butter Roast Chicken definitely beats the pants off of any rotisserie chicken!
Easy to find ingredients you have in your fridge or pantry.
- Garlic + Butter = Garlic Butter
- Olive oil
- A touch of lemon
- A hint of dry white wine (optional, but adds so much flavour to the meat while keeping it so juicy)
Not only does this recipe give you a roast chicken with flavour… it delivers crispy skin, juicy meat and a nice dinner to go with the ultimate creamy mashed potatoes.
The following steps make this baked whole chicken stand out from the rest!
Rinse and pat dry chicken with a paper towel.
Combine olive oil, melted butter, wine (if using) and lemon juice together, rubbing all over the chicken, under the skin and inside the cavity.
Season chicken outside and inside with salt, pepper and parsley. Don’t be afraid to use generous amounts!
Rub the minced garlic over the chicken and under the skin. I do this separately as the last step to maximise the garlic taste.
Stuff the garlic head into the chicken cavity along with the rosemary sprigs and the squeezed lemon halve. You can also use sprigs of Thyme or any other herb.
Roast, basting halfway through cooking time until cooked through.
Broil until golden and crispy!
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