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'''Many beer gardens offer Hendl at the food stalls in the self-serviced area. Hendl is a roasted chicken, also called Brathähnchen or Broiler (in the former eastern part of Germany).'''  
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'''Many beer gardens offer Hendl at the food stalls in the self-serviced area. Hendl is a roasted chicken, also called Brathähnchen or Broiler in the eastern part of Germany.'''  
  
 
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After seasoning with salt and sometimes staffed with parsley, the Hendl is grilled in one piece on a stick and sold either as a whole chicken or half a chicken. The Hendl is usually eaten in combination with a [[Brezn]].
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After seasoning with salt and sometimes staffed with parsley, the Hendl is grilled in one piece on a stick and sold either as a whole chicken or half a chicken. The Hendl is usually eaten in combination with potatoe salad or simply a [[Brezn]].
  
 
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== Simple Hendl Recipe ==
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== Simple and Traditional Hendl Recipe ==
  
 
''Ingredients:''
 
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Defrost the chicken. Remove all giblets from the defrosted or fresh chicken, wash the chicken and dry the it carefully with a paper towel. Preheat the baking oven up to 200°C and melt some butter on the baking tray. Season the chicken with salt and pepper and place in oven for approximately one hour. Every now and then douse the chicken with the melted butter. Take the chicken out when it is golden-brown.  
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Defrost the chicken. Remove all internals from the defrosted or fresh chicken, rinse the chicken and thereafter dry it carefully with a paper towel, so as not to remove the skin. Pre-heat the baking oven up to 200°C and melt some butter onto the baking tray. Season the chicken with salt and pepper and place it in the oven for approximately one hour. Douse the chicken with the melted butter every now and then. Take the chicken out when it is golden-brown.  
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Latest revision as of 19:05, 18 May 2018

Many beer gardens offer Hendl at the food stalls in the self-serviced area. Hendl is a roasted chicken, also called Brathähnchen or Broiler in the eastern part of Germany.

Hendl 001.jpg

After seasoning with salt and sometimes staffed with parsley, the Hendl is grilled in one piece on a stick and sold either as a whole chicken or half a chicken. The Hendl is usually eaten in combination with potatoe salad or simply a Brezn.

Hendl 002.jpg

Alte Villa 040.jpg

Simple and Traditional Hendl Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1 fresh or frozen chicken
  • Salt and pepper
  • Butter

Defrost the chicken. Remove all internals from the defrosted or fresh chicken, rinse the chicken and thereafter dry it carefully with a paper towel, so as not to remove the skin. Pre-heat the baking oven up to 200°C and melt some butter onto the baking tray. Season the chicken with salt and pepper and place it in the oven for approximately one hour. Douse the chicken with the melted butter every now and then. Take the chicken out when it is golden-brown.