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Curry Chicken

Curry Chicken

One of the first West Indian dishes that I ate after embracing my Antiguan heritage  was Curry Chicken.  Growing up in Michigan with my Antiguan dad and American mom, I typically ate mostly American cuisine, and occasionally had an island themed beef patty.  Even on […]

Jamaican Jerk Chicken

Jamaican Jerk Chicken

I know the stuff in the jar is easier, I get it.  I’ve been trying to be very aware of what I eat and the ingredients in all of my food.  I used to keep a jar of the marinade just in case I needed […]

Foodie Engineer: The Best Chicken Recipe For Any Family

Foodie Engineer: The Best Chicken Recipe For Any Family

I have the best go to recipe for chicken if I want the most moist, delicious chicken.  This recipe will ensure the skin comes out crispy and flavorful.  I think I have been cooking my chicken with this recipe for at least five years.   I found this recipe (the best chicken recipe) looking for a solid, simple, and flavorful chicken recipe on foodgawker.  Foodgawker is a site that houses great recipes and images of food from various food blogs.  This particular recipe is from For The Love of Cooking.  The recipe entails simply making a rub and the biggest trick is slow roasting it at a very low temperature.  That’s it, that simple “slow and low” as they say.  Stuff the chicken with 8 cloves of garlic and a whole onion.  The spices in the rub are everything that you should have in your spice rack, paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, and thyme.  Be sure to visit For the Love of Cooking to get the full recipe.

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