If you have to work, throw the chicken in the crock pot before you leave. Put it on low, in a little water, or broth, with a dash of cumin, chile powder, maybe some garlic. Then when you get home the chicken will be cooked and ready to shred!
While I have several types of fried chicken recipes in my arsenal, this one of my mom's brings back great memories of coming home from football practice in the fall, and the whole house smelled so good!
I make this recipe every once in a while in my Great Grandma's cast iron skillet. (If only it could talk, it's over 100 years old!)
I like to serve it with homemade roasted garlic and sour cream mashed potatos.
While I lived in Texas, I studied barbecue. I'm not just talking about eating it. I studied it, it's a complex art that involves more than just meat and fire.
I worked at one of the Texas Hill Country's finest barbecue establishments. I started as a server and eventually worked my way up assistant pit master.
When I moved back to Oregon I brought this with me. This is a rub that me and one of my co-workers spent months back in the day perfecting.
Either at home on my smoker, or at the pit this rub has won the hearts of many! It also goes great on ribs as well! Hope you guys like this.
Displaying up to 20 pages of results. To see all results, sign in or register.