*Reblog* The Drunken Chicken

This looks amazing

A Jeanne in the Kitchen

What????? A drunken chicken?  Yes, it really is.  It is a way of cooking chicken with alcohol as one of the main ingredients to the recipe.  It is a very popular way of cooking chicken in many different cultures around the world.  Because this method of cooking chicken is so versatile, there are many, many different versions and recipes.  Depending on the region of the world where this dish is being prepared, the recipe could call for wine or sherry, beer, ouzo, tequila, or whatever other type of alcohol you have on hand that you would like to experiment with in your cooking process.  I have used most of these types of alcohol for cooking, and of course for drinking too.  They are all different and all are very tasty, and all will give a distinct personality to the chicken and to the dish.  The alcohol itself burns off during…

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8 Responses to *Reblog* The Drunken Chicken

  1. deelib68 says:

    I saw someone do the beer thing for a grill, whole chicken stuck a full beercan in its unmentionables
    and grilled away, I don’t remember what it tasted like but it was funny to watch. Yours sounds nicer

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  2. Boiling (poaching) salmon in beer works well and drunk bananas (usually whiskey) is an old Cuban favorite.

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  3. Thank you for the reblog. 🙂

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  4. Carol Anne says:

    Oh yum! I’m going to have to try it now!

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