Chicken in a Bundt pan

Top photo: Williams-Sonoma; bottom photo: Thinkstock

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Instead of a Bundt Cake...
Turn the classic baking pan into a MacGyver-esque roaster for chicken. Standing the bird up using the pan's tube produces a rotisserie-like effect, so the skin browns all around. Chunks of potatoes, carrots, turnips and onions can help prop the chicken up if necessary (and all the juices that flow onto the vegetables will make them taste delicious). Roast in a 350-degree oven for an hour or more (the internal temperature should be 165 degrees).
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