My family doesn't really like the combination of chicken and citrus, but over time I found the option that suited everyone... The chicken turns out to be juicy, delicious, with a delicate aroma of orange and garlic and a sweet and salty crust...
Wash the chicken well and dry it. Cut along the back.
Open the chicken so that the breast is in the middle. RUB it with salt (0.5 tsp) and crushed black pepper on both sides.
Wash the orange. Cut into slices. Crush the garlic cloves with the flat part of a knife.
Build a foil tray: Put two sheets of foil horizontally, one sheet on top of the other vertically, slightly bending the edges to get a kind of "bath". Grease the foil with a little oil. Put the garlic with the oranges.
Put the chicken on top of the garlic-orange pillow. Brush it with olive oil. Wrap all sides with foil edges and send in the oven for 40 minutes at 200 degrees.
Mix 2 tbsp honey with 1 tsp salt. To access our chickens. By this time, she will have released the juice. Add a few spoons of this juice (4-5) to the honey-salt mixture and mix. And the resulting mixture (1/3) to grease the chicken. Send again in the oven at 210 degrees (do not cover with foil). After 10 minutes, repeat the coating procedure... and again in 10 minutes. If your oven Browns the crust very much, you can cover the necessary places with foil.