Written by Dorian Westfall
In my exploration of the nutritional values of rotisserie chicken versus fried chicken, I've found that rotisserie chicken typically holds a nutritional advantage. It's generally lower in fat and calories than fried chicken, mainly because frying introduces extra oil and batter into the mix. Furthermore, rotisserie chicken also retains more of its original vitamins and minerals as it's cooked at a slower pace and lower temperature. However, it's important to note that both can be part of a balanced diet when consumed in moderation. As always, it's about making conscious choices based on your individual health needs.