Easy Rotisserie Chicken

Rotisserie Chicken in the Kalorik MAXX Air Fryer Oven#MAXXMade Rotisserie Chicken: so tasty your head will spin. This easy, homemade Rotisserie Chicken recipe is done in no time when you make it in your Kalorik MAXX Air Fryer Oven. Grab your favorite seasonings and get ready to enjoy this air fryer classic all week long! 

Whole chicken (up to 5 lbs) 
Olive oil 
Seasonings of choice 1 tsp each of paprika, garlic, dried rosemary and oregano, sea salt and pepper 

1. Start by cleaning out the cavity of your whole chicken, removing any giblets from inside.
2. Season your chicken generously with your favorite spices. We like to use the following: olive oil, paprika, garlic, dried rosemary, oregano, sea salt and pepper. 
3. Truss your chicken with butcher’s twine or other cotton string (never nylon) to ensure the chicken stays in the proper position while fixed on the spit.
4. Set up your seasoned chicken on the MAXX rotisserie spit. Use the rotisserie handle to insert the long end of the rotisserie spit into the rotisserie socket of the MAXX on the right side. Once the spit is in the socket, rest the short end of the rod onto the rotisserie notch on the left side. Ensure your chicken is well-balanced and that the spit spins without snagging or grazing any heating elements when it rotates. 
5. Use the chicken function on the MAXX and click Start! 
6. Enjoy! 


  • Laura DuFour

    I think those of you who are asking questions and not getting answers are expecting support to answer but the comments section here is for customer comments only. You need to go into the menu and go to the support section. There is a contact us tab in there.

  • Tony

    Made a 4 pound chicken 🐔in the rotisserie and it came out great added 8 minutes to the preset time to get to the proper temperature. Also did a Cornish hen came out great also.

  • Linda

    It seems a lot of people are pissed off about this appliance. I would think you might answer some of these questions/comments. I was going to buy this oven but now I won’t.

  • James Sloman

    I love this rotisserie. Being a retired butcher it was easy to tie up the bird. Then I used the tool to put it down in the oven. I cooked it at 375° for 50 minutes. It was a perfectly cooked 4 pound chicken.

  • John Sicuranza

    Seems like Kalorik doesn’t like answering questions, any questions. I can answer one question I saw, the difference between ver 1 and ver 2 is the fuse. Ver 1 kept blowing fuses so they put in an improved fuse. So what does this mean?, well, if you have a ver1, and your fuse blows , and your past your warranty period – - – YOUR S.O.L.! You foot the repair bill.

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