I found this recipe in the Chicago Sun-Times' 'Top 10 Recipes of 2004' but it's originally from 'The Sober Kitchen' by Liz Scott. This chicken tastes so much like bourbon chicken, though you don't need to have bourbon to prepare it. Smells wonderful while cooking! Prep time does not include the marinading time, which is up to you....several hours to overnight. The recipe calls for 8 chicken thighs, I made it with 5 thighs but kept the sauce at the same amount and ended up with lots of tasty, sticky sauce. My family liked this a lot!
We made this wonderful dish at Culinary Communion, with Chef Gabriel Claycamp. This recipe is a repeat favorite with class attendees, and they've been known to call Gabriel up years later, from halfway across the country, to replace the beloved recipe that they'd misplaced. :) Recipe posted with permission.
Take up some of your sweet time with this peppery, garlicky, sweetish and spicy all-in-one entree. The voodoo rub also livens up mild white fish, such as orange roughy (being a "pesco-vegetarian", this is how I eat it). Plus it's tasty on the grill, too. By the way, this is the Stevie Ray Vaughan version ...
My son just brought me a bottle of verjuice. I wasted the last one, so went to the web to find out how to use this bottle. It seems you can just try using it in place of vinegar, lemon or fruity wine. This recipe is good,it's from a Canadian site.
This recipe was originally named Caribbean Jerk Chicken. However it's not a true jerk chicken recipe. With the help of Toni who was kind enough to help me we have come up with a more appropriate name. Hope you enjoy it.
This is so easy to make, but everybody loves it. I found it in a magazine a few months ago and have made it quite a few times since. They are nice eaten hot or cold, so ideal to take on a picnic. If I make them for a picnic I usually make them half the size. The coriander in this recipe refers to fresh coriander leaves/cilantro.