Fried Whole Chicken – feat. Mr. Ramsay the Owl



 Preparation time:15 min

 Cooking time: 45min

 Serves: 4 portions


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Fried Whole Chicken! Mr. Ramsay the owl helped us to find some horseradish for his signature aromatic deep-frying oil to cook our special chicken! This chicken is prepared from scratch in the mountain forest, near the half-frozen river. We infused the meat with fresh spicy marinade and made special cuts on it, so chicken can be fried whole. Crispy, spicy skin and meat falling of the bones… Simple enough to repeat!

You will need this ingredients:

  • 1 whole free-range chicken
  • horseradish, ginger, green chili
  • 5-6 garlic cloves
  • 5-6 baby onions
  • 1 tsp. sweet curry
  • 1 tsp. paprika
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 1 lime


Fresh spicy marinade:

  1. Setup the fireplace outdoor.
  2. Prepare your cookware and ingredients you need.
  3. Take mortar & pestle.
  4. Slice 1 green chili and ginger. Grind and mix well.
  5. Toss in 1 tsp. of salt, sweet curry and paprika.Add some lime juice. Mix well!

Chicken precooking steps:

  1. Take 1 whole free-range chicken.
  2. Cut off and remove the backbone.
  3. Grate the chicken with marinade well.

Cooking the dish:

  1. Preheat your pan.
  2. Add 1 cup of oil.
  3. Toss into the oil few horseradish, 5-6 garlic cloves and 5-6 baby onions.
  4. Place the chicken right into the pan. Use something to press it, we were using stone from the nearby river.
  5. Fry until chicken is cooked, flip halfway.
  6. Enjoy awesome crunchy chicken!
  7. Bon Almazan!

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  1. Talon-David

    Thank you for posting this recipe.. I’ve made this several times in my cast iron pan on my Coleman Camp stove. Absolutely delicious! Afterwards, I made chicken sandwiches.

  2. Jo A Murray

    I actually made this chicken recipe and it was fabulous. Because my daughter is not a fan of heat, I had to modify it slightly



  4. Alesya

    Hi! I love all your videos! The food looks absolutely delicious! I would like to try this recipe outside on the fire pit. What kind of frying pan are you using? What type is it?

  5. Cassi Stewart

    Hey, my dad is in love with this video and the recipe. He would love to have the knife. Please tell me what I need to do to see about getting a knife for him please 🤗

  6. Snowbound in Southern California

    Hello from California, USA! I love your videos and shared your link with my Serbian friends and they went crazy! I made your Whole Fried Chicken and it was outstanding. I have all the ingredients to make it again. I don’t have a fire pit, so I started my Weber grill with charcoal then added oak wood and let the coals get just right. The thing I like so much about your videos is that there is no talking. So many cooking videos have people talking non-stop. I am a former chef and appreciate that I can just watch and add some new techniques to my repertoire. Keep up the great work, and keep cooking. Maybe I can convince my husband to build me a fire pit in the back yard. Thank you so much. PS: I hope some time you can do a video on lamb spareribs. I love them.

  7. Jacek

    Hi can you tell me about your knife. I would like to by one. Best regards

  8. Mike W.

    That looks delicious! I’ve been showing this video to people at work! Makes us hungry lol

  9. Van der cruyssen gee

    I love your magical Way of Life..way of cook… Fabulous poestry everywhere… I would like to make a fire plate… like yours.. to offer it to someone like you .. please help me and. Tell me how land I can use to do it.. or give me the contact who help me on that way…. thank you so much for all.. it’s a pleasure to discover your site .. your universe… gee

  10. steve dunn

    Please tag me info on knife

  11. Sofia

    Please don’t say that you killd the owl😭
    I did see the owl in the start but then I never see it again. So please let me know if the cute little owl still are alive💔

  12. Faith

    i’ve been binge watching your videos and they are all awesome and very relaxing. Thank you for sharing this recipe, I’d love to try making this one.

  13. Roger Duenas

    Thank you for sharing this video. I will definitely will have to try this.

  14. Cain

    Love watching you cook!! I absolutely love that knife!! Where can I find one?

  15. JP and Denise

    Sent you wrong e mail

  16. JP and Denise

    It would be a pleasure to have a meal with you! All the videos I see about cooking, you are the best!where are you from?keep up the excellent work. We will keep on watching your work….JP and Denise from Hawkesbury Ontario Canada

  17. Nicole Palenska


    Me and my boyfriend absolutely loves your recipes!
    and Mr. Ramsay the owl 🙂 <3

    Thank you and have a nice day 🙂

    Greetings from czech republic.



    Hello, can play such a wonderful video online in China, a non-profit.

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