Landmann Rocket Roaster Dutch Oven (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Healthier and less hazardous way to cook compared to gas and oil cookers.
- Unique Roasting Chamber seals in flavor and juices. Cooks many types of foods including turkey, chicken, pork, ribs, seafood and vegetables.
- Easy to use and clean up.
- Roasting Basket, Skewers, Trivet and Flavor Infusers are included.
- Operating costs are 2/3 less than comparable gas and oil cookers.
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I could not find any information on what type of charcoal to use before opening the box. Inside, the instructions do state that this is not meant for instant light type of charcoal and advises against using it. For my first run, I wound up using a charcoal chimney with regular charcoal briquets mixed with lump charcoal. I filled my charcoal chimney about 80% with regular briquets and topped it off with lump charcoal. It took about 10 minutes for my chimney to get the charcoal ashy white. I put in the 13-lb turkey (dry rubbed with garlic pepper and herbs) and put the coals all around and let it sit for 2.5 hours.
The turkey came out moist and delicious.
The lump charcoal was still going strong (about 50% spent) in the pan so I combined them and snuffed them out so I could use them another time.
Great turkey contraption. I am looking forward to trying this with other foods and taking it camping!
As for the Rocket Roaster turkey. Kris said it best. "OMG....this is the best most moist turkey ever."
Simple as that. That roasted bird was a frozen bird and weighed 14.89 lbs. (It thawed in the fridge.)
The fryer got the fresh all natural bird at 14.36 lbs. The frozen roasted turkey was better than the fresh fried turkey. And the fried bird was good.
This roaster starts out at 500* and at 2 1/2 hours when the bird is done, the temp is still 350*. I'm shocked it didn't dry out. The juice from the white meat breast was FLOWING with juice. And the breast temp was 200* by the way.
You put the bird in it. Put the lid/tray on top. Load the bottom ring with charcoal and the top tray with charcoal and leave it be for 2 1/2 hours. Done.
You can cook everything from roasts with vegetables to chicken to ribs. I intend to try all of it too.
What I didn't tell my brother is that the quality of this roaster is top notch. The roaster I bought was the standard procelain/Aluminum model 1400. I think there is a stainless model available too.
I was especially impressed with the fact that the porcelain didn't crack and pop off with the heat. It cleaned up and looks just as it did new!
Just read through the directions. I used a charcoal chimny to get the coals going. I've never been a fan of quick light charcoal or fluids. I don't like the taste and it can't be healthy.
With the price of fryer oil I wanted an outdoor alternative. I found it.
This is the sleeper of all the cookers that I have ever had the pleasure of owning. I'm ordering 2 more as Christmas presents.
I seldom ever praise a product. I can't praise this one enough!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do not normally write reviews, but I have to say this made the best turkey I have ever made. Did a trial run before which did not work out so well. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Does exactly what its designed to do. Used it twice so far to cook chicken and both times was delicious.Published 14 months ago by DAVID CAGLE
The best turkey I have EVER eaten was cooked with this thing! Wowza!Published 14 months ago by PrestoP
love the results. WIsh the barrel were a little bigger and you seem to use a lot of charcoal !!! It is super simple and much like a crockpot.......(for cavemen, haha)Published 16 months ago by A. Andrews
Baked a whole 6 1/2 lb chicken and it came out great ! Maybe the best chicken we ever had ! Very easy to use and easy clean up too. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tim Adkins
Not as advertised, did what manual said-chicken was half -raw -don't wast your money!!Go to a more expensive solid stainless steel(heavier gage) will maybe do the trick.Published 23 months ago by Jose Gutierrrez
Cooked chicken the first time… Turned out okay. Cooked pork the second time, it did not cook evenly. Doesn't really brown the meat too well on the outside. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Mary Anne Ramirez
It actually works.... after a little modification. The lower pan needs air for the charcoal to light. Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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