22 Things You Can Do with Chicken
Travel plans cancelled because of COVID? Look on the bright side: Now you can save your travel money and put your cooking skills to the test! Grab your chicken and take a delicious trip around the world with wonderful wecipes…uh…recipes.
Mexico: Chicken Tostadas
Italy: Chicken Parmigiana
Korea: Korean Meatballs in Barbecue Sauce
Greece: Tzatziki Chicken
India: Chicken Korma
Switzerland: Chicken Cordon Bleu
Portugal: Chicken Portuguese
Peru: Easy Peruvian Chicken
U.S.A.: Louisiana Fried Chicken
Nigeria: Jollof Rice
Russia: Chicken Kiev
North Africa: Moroccan-style Ground Chicken & Couscous
Spain: Spanish Chicken
Ireland: Chicken Cabbage Casserole
Jamaica: Jerk Chicken
China: Szechuan Chicken
Canada: Canadian Chicken Sandwich
Have you ever made chicken with beer, wine and alcoholic spirits?
No, alcoholic spirits aren’t drunk ghosts, but they were once thought of as medicinal elixirs. Made from a grain, fruit, or vegetable derived sugar that is fermented and distilled, spirits can also make a powerful tool in the kitchen. When used properly in cooking, alcohol bonds with fat and water molecules, making your food smell and taste better. And, yes. Eating food made with alcohol can increase your blood-alcohol level. Something to keep in mind if you’re eating somewhere other than home (but who does that these days?).