Roasting a whole chicken has always been one of my favorite meal-prep tips—cook once and you’ll have dinner tonight plus more for meals all week. I’ve even made it part of my regular Sunday routine. Trust me, it’s easy!
Not only is buying a whole chicken easy on your wallet (it’s cheaper per pound than buying chicken parts), roasting your own means it will have almost 50 percent less sodium than the rotisserie birds at your grocery store. Use this easy roast chicken recipe to cook two whole birds side-by-side on one pan: you only have to heat the oven once, but you’ll have enough leftover chicken to put to good use with these 57 ideas: HERE.