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Rotisserie cooking

A method of cooking developed from the spit over the open fire. The joint is secured on a shaft close to the source of heat and continuously rotated as the meat cooks - the heat coming from gas burners, or electric elements. Joints and poultry cooked in this way are particularly juicy, as they are constantly basted.

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