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When it comes to attaining the perfect crispy roasted chicken, we will encounter some tips, such as patting dry meat and putting it in the refrigerator overnight to avoid pre-flavoured supermarket chicken. However, if it doesn't seem to work, it's time to adopt some weird techniques.

This is what food writers do to get the perfect dish.

New York's food writer Helen Rosner used an "expensive" hair dryer to drive the entire chicken and shared his photos on Twitter.

While roasting her chicken with the blow-dyer she clicked the picture to share it with her followers. And, we find that in the picture chicken looked delicious.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Happy snow day, I am using an astonishingly expensive hair dryer to remove all moisture from a chicken to maximize skin crispiness when I roast it. <a href=""></a></p>— your friend Helen (@hels) <a href="">March 21, 2018</a></blockquote><script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>

Twitter users flooded her post with hilarious comments. One person wrote: "Does the quality of the hairdryer noticeably affect the quality of the crispness? Now all I can think about are future chicken crispness salons."

She also mentioned: "Blow-dryers are used by pitmasters in South Carolina, yakitori chefs in Japan, and kebab cooks in Brooklyn."

This is quite a new technique, at least I haven’t imagined roasting the skin of a chicken with blow-dryer, but it is also quite interesting, and easy to do. According to Chef, it only takes six to eight minutes to roast the chicken, then could be a better option than traditional one.

Author- Simran Bhatnagar

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