By Chef Meg Galvin, Healthy Cooking Expert at SparkPeople.com
from "The SparkPeople Cookbook: Love Your Food, Lose the Weight"
Roasted chicken is not just a special-occasion meal, it's one of the most versatile foods you can make.
Save time and energy by roasting two chickens at once. Carve the second chicken, let cool, and then freeze the meat and bones separately.
Instead of buying expensive deli meats, which can be full of sodium and fillers, use homemade roasted chicken. Use the meat in soups, throw it on pasta or pair it with a simple salad. Use the bones to make homemade, low-sodium chicken stock
WATCH: Perfect roast chickenRECIPE: Perfect Roasted Chicken
Minutes to Prepare: 15
Minutes to Cook: 75
Number of Servings: 4
1 T rosemary, chopped
1/3 t black pepper
1 t kosher or sea salt
1 T butter, softened
1 T olive oil
1 lemon, cut into quarters
1 3-pound chicken
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