Reclaim the Kitchen with Wolf Ranges and Ovens
Two days ago we gave you the recipe for the Roast Chicken pictured below (click on the link Roast Chicken for the recipe). Today we’re adding the recipe for the Potatoes and Asparagus (thanks to Sub-Zero/Wolf).
Roast Chicken with Potatoes and Asparagus
Potatoes and Asparagus
For the potatoes:
1½ pounds small Yukon gold potatoes
1 tablespoon of fresh thyme, chopped
1 tablespoon olive oil
Freshly ground black pepper
For the asparagus:
1 pound asparagus spears, ends trimmed
Wash and dry the potatoes and then quarter them with a small paring knife. Place the quartered potatoes in a medium sized work bowl. Add the remaining ingredients and toss to combine. Pour the potatoes on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper (this will ease clean up and keep the potatoes from sticking to the pan).
Without preheating, place the chicken and potatoes into the oven. Select the convection mode and set the temperature to 375°F. Set a timer for one hour. After one hour, remove the chicken and potatoes from the oven and place the pans on a heatproof surface. Use a thermometer to make sure the chicken is cooked thoroughly. Tent the chicken and potatoes with foil and allow to rest.
Prepare the asparagus by steaming. Steam the asparagus until the desired doneness is achieved. Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
Cut the chicken into quarters and serve alongside the potatoes and asparagus
NEW REFINEMENTS, STILL UNMISTAKABLY WOLF
Long before there were “pro look” home appliances, Wolf was building gas ranges with true professional capability. Today’s new look, still rugged but with new polish, makes Wolf gas ranges ideal for more kitchen designs than ever.
- The new, more robust profile now mirrors that of Wolf dual-fuel ranges
- Signature red (or, if you prefer, black or stainless steel) knobs have been redesigned with stainless steel bezels
- Porcelain-coated cast-iron grates have been updated
- Even the feet are redesigned, and now adjustable
Click on the model number below to go to the UAKC website for added information on this model
Six dual-stacked burners give you the highest highs down to the lowest lows, while an infrared charbroiler whips up succulent steaks, burgers and more. Down below, the spacious gas convection oven provides even, consistent heat across all racks, with none of the hot and cold spots that can make roasting or baking such an iffy proposition. It has an infrared broiler that sears quickly and evenly – can’t you just taste the tenderloin? And there’s even a second non-convection 18″ oven for quick preheats of smaller meals.
To find out more about Wolf cooking equipment or other major appliances and plumbing fixtures contact the experts at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center today.