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What Really Happens When You Roast a Chicken in 5 Pounds of Butter

If you haven't seen it already, there's a viral video from ChefClub that shows a whole chicken being slathered in five pounds of herb butter and roasted on a bed of rice and vegetables. It's purportedly the "world's juiciest chicken," but given the price of butter, is this cluck worth the bucks ? Nicole tried it out and reported her key findings:

  • Five pounds of butter works out to be about $20 to $25. You could spend a fraction of that and rub the chicken all over with compound butter, but encasing it in a thick layer of butter is definitely more dramatic.
  • We all know fat and water don't mix, so you have to make sure your chicken skin is absolutely dry before you try to cover it in softened butter, otherwise it won't stick. Unfortunately, having done that, it still won't stick. If you do manage to pat a layer of butter all over the chicken, you'll chill it for 30 minutes so the butter can firm up.
  • While the buttered chicken is chilling, you'll pour a cup of uncooked rice into a roasting pan, and layer carrots and potatoes on top of that. (At this point, Nicole went a little rogue and added a bit of water to the pan in case the chicken didn't give off enough liquid.) Then the butter-encased chicken went on top of the vegetables and the whole thing went into a 350 degrees F oven for an hour.

Smash or Pass?

How did it turn out? Nicole says the smell was amazing, and she was wrong about how much liquid there would be in the pan. In fact, the chicken and vegetables were literally swimming in buttery juices. When she sliced into it, the chicken was indeed juicy — perhaps even juicier than her normal roast chicken. But the rice and vegetables in the pan were inedible. Could there be such a thing as too much butter? The answer is yes.

The final verdict: Because it does result in juicier meat, this over-the-top roasting trick could be worth it for a turkey. But for a chicken, stick to a less costly method of rubbing a compound butter under the skin to flavor and moisten the meat.

  • Juiciness = 10/10
  • Cost = 1/10

Related: How to Roast Chicken

You can connect with Nicole as NicoleMcmom on Allrecipes and on Instagram @nicolemcmom.

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The following conditions apply to receive delivery from Costco Business Center within our local delivery zone:

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Pounds to Sticks Of Butter Conversion

How to Convert Pounds to Sticks Of Butter

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To convert a pound measurement to a stick of butter measurement, multiply the butter by the conversion ratio.

Since one pound of butter is equal to 4 sticks of butter, you can use this simple formula to convert:

sticks of butter = pounds × 4

The butter in sticks of butter is equal to the pounds multiplied by 4.

For example,here's how to convert 5 pounds to sticks of butter using the formula above.

5 lb = (5 × 4) = 20 sticks of butter

How Many Sticks Of Butter are in a Pound of Butter?

There are 4 sticks of butter in a pound of butter, which is why we use this value in the formula above.

1 lb = 4 sticks of butter

Pounds and sticks of butter are both units used to measure butter. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

Pounds

Butter in the US is most commonly sold by the pound, which contains 4 sticks, or 16 ounces.

The pound is a US customary and imperial unit of butter. Pounds can be abbreviated as lb; for example, 1 pound can be written as 1 lb.

Sticks Of Butter

Butter in the US is sold in packages containing sticks of butter, usually 1/2 or one pound packages containing two or four sticks respectively. One stick of butter contains 8 tablespoons.[1]

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Convert Pounds of Butter to Grams

How to Convert Pounds to Grams

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To convert a pound measurement to a gram measurement, multiply the butter by the conversion ratio.

Since one pound of butter is equal to 453.5936 grams, you can use this simple formula to convert:

grams = pounds × 453.5936

The butter in grams is equal to the pounds multiplied by 453.5936.

For example,here's how to convert 5 pounds to grams using the formula above.

5 lb = (5 × 453.5936) = 2,267.968 g

Pounds and grams are both units used to measure butter. Keep reading to learn more about each unit of measure.

Pounds

Butter in the US is most commonly sold by the pound, which contains 4 sticks, or 16 ounces.

The pound is a US customary and imperial unit of butter. Pounds can be abbreviated as lb; for example, 1 pound can be written as 1 lb.

Grams

Butter has a density of 911 grams per liter, and one stick of butter weighs about 113.4 grams.

The gram, or gramme, is an SI unit of butter in the metric system. Grams can be abbreviated as g; for example, 1 gram can be written as 1 g.

Sours: https://www.inchcalculator.com/convert/pound-butter-to-gram-butter/
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