Fahdreiteh Chicken

Fahdreiteh Chicken created by kiwidutch

I originally got this recipe from Dudi Gur who donated it to a community cookbook. Fahdreiteh means mixed-up in Yiddish, but this chicken is anything but. A heavenly and delicious smell will pervade the house which is in equal only to the taste of the chicken itself.

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25hrs 20mins
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  • Clean the chicken well and wipe dry.
  • Prepare a marinade with the crushed garlic, paprika, sea salt, salt, oil and soy sauce.
  • Let the mixture rest of 20 minutes.
  • Place the chicken pieces in the marinade and turn to cover well.
  • Cover the dish and place in the refrigerator for 24 hours (or 16, at least).
  • Bake uncovered for approximately one hour at 250 degrees Celsius.
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"I originally got this recipe from Dudi Gur who donated it to a community cookbook. Fahdreiteh means mixed-up in Yiddish, but this chicken is anything but. A heavenly and delicious smell will pervade the house which is in equal only to the taste of the chicken itself."

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  1. mommyoffour
    We enjoyed this chicken very much. The flavor was wonderful. I only marinated about 8 hours and it was filled with flavor. Thankyou for sharing.
  2. schmme
    Great taste and easy prep! I lovede the crispy skin. I did just as the recipe asked, I didn't think it was overpowered by the garlic at all!
  3. littleturtle
    Very quick and easy to prep. I had my doubts about the temperature. 480F seemed way high to cook this at for an hour, but I tripled checked the conversion so I went with it. The chicken came out dry, but the flavors were so nice, we'll definitely have this again and just cook at a lower temp or for less time. Thanks for sharing.
  4. kiwidutch
    Fahdreiteh Chicken Created by kiwidutch
  5. kiwidutch
    Ok... I loved it but the rest of the family shot it down as being totally totally overpowering c.f. the garlic... they *ADORE* garlic ! so why didn't they love it as I did??? I don't know. Easy to make, smelled divine, yummy (well at least for me) and a "well, oops on this one" in DH's words... go figure. I'll put this one down to extreme personal preferences. Please see my rating system: they wanted to give it 2 stars and I wanted to give it 5, so we compromised with a 3 star rating. I think it's an excellent recipe... and will make it agin just for Moi ! Thanks Mirj !!!
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