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    Possibly Greek? Ev's Roast Chicken..

    currybunny
    Mon Jul 11, 2005 1:15 am
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    Ev's Roast Chicken

    Not sure if I'm cheating asking about this here, but could some kind Greek food lover tell me how much garlic and onion they would use rather than the dried stuff? I'd like to get a good strong Greeky (?) flavour out of the bird!

    Ta muchly! icon_smile.gif
    evelyn/athens
    Tue Jul 12, 2005 3:04 pm
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    I'm not sure I follow your question...the recipe you are referring to only uses fresh garlic - not dried. The chicken (and potatoes) will have a good, garlicky flavour). You can also cut a couple of onions into wedges and intersperse with the potatoes - yummy! icon_lol.gif
    currybunny
    Tue Jul 12, 2005 6:16 pm
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    Ok thanks, the recipe from the link I put on my post calls for garlic granules and dehydrated onion in the ingredients list (which you said in your intro you used because you had them left over from another recipe but would use fresh next time). Was just trying to figure out what the fresh replacement would be! Will play around and come up with something, thanks for your help!
    Cheers, Beck
    evelyn/athens
    Wed Jul 13, 2005 1:04 am
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    Beck D wrote:
    Ok thanks, the recipe from the link I put on my post calls for garlic granules and dehydrated onion in the ingredients list (which you said in your intro you used because you had them left over from another recipe but would use fresh next time). Was just trying to figure out what the fresh replacement would be! Will play around and come up with something, thanks for your help!
    Cheers, Beck


    Sorry - didn't remember that (those granules are LONG gone!) - I use about 5-6 garlic cloves and a couple of onions, big wedges, chopped in. The onions are optional but good. icon_lol.gif
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