Step 1Finely chop pancetta, spring onions and sage. Add lemon zest to it and combine it well to make a pancetta mixture.
Step 2Lift up the skin of the chicken and get your hand in and fill it with the pancetta mixture between the skin and the chicken meat.
Step 3Soften the butter a little and rub it all over the chicken skin.
Step 4Tie the chicken legs together and put it into a rack in an oven tray. Put the chicken into the oven for about 1 hour and 20 minutes at 190º C fan forced or 170º C gas oven or until the chicken is cooked.
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