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Betty Crocker Circular Rotisserie

Posted by GailR (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 29, 05 at 21:12

Is anyone familiar with the Betty Crocker BCW1 circular rotisserie?

This is an upright rotisserie that looks like a large 1-slot toaster and operates like a ferris wheel. A turning round wire cage/basket, on edge, fits inside the "toaster slot" and holds the food to be cooked, which passes by heating elements inside the BCW1. One half the turning basket sticks out the top of the rotisserie body slot at all times, so there is no need for this to be a huge appliance. There is a slide out drip tray in the bottom.

The idea is that while vertical and horizontal rotisseries can be used to cook whole birds or roasts, this circular rotisserie is used to rotisserie pieces of meat and poultry, such as leg quarters, wings, hot dogs, sausages, fish in a mesh liner, pork chops, vegetables .. and not just threaded singly onto a skewer but cooked inside a large, wire basket.

I believe this lists for $99 new but is available now at Amazon.com, thru a 3rd party store, for $49

Just wondering if it worked and if it was worth the money. I alreday have a Sunbeam vertical rotisserie which I like very much and do not have the countertop space for a horizontal rotisserie.

Gail R (WNY)


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