Saturday, June 9, 2007

Turbo Chicken


Sometimes simple is best. Take "turbo chicken" for instance. This is our favorite way of cooking chicken. Nothing beats a butterflied chicken, seasoned generously with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, cooked in a "turbo broiler". I like it with Jufran, worcestershire and sriracha. Hubby uses tabasco instead of sriracha, Son #1 just has Jufran plus worcestershire, and Son #2 eats his with Heinz tomato ketchup.

The final product, a golden brown chicken with perfectly crisp skin, reminds me of Max's Fried Chicken. So good!!!

How to cook: Butterfly chicken, season both sides generously with salt and pepper. Cook in turbo at 200 degrees Celsius, skin side down for 25-30 minutes. Flip over and cook another 20-25 minutes until golden. Trust me, this recipe is foolproof!

3 comments:

Pinky said...

Hi there CTL! Just wanted to let you know how pleasantly surprised I was to come across your site on the web while I was searching for a recipe for ginisang munggo. Your site offers such a treasure trove of "foodie goodies" that encourage me to also try my hand at making them and "feed my boys (and girl)" too!
Tried your turbo chicken recently and I have to swear by it - it's yummy and so easy to make! More delectable posts to come!

lysandrad said...

Hi just started reading your blog and have come upon this chicken recipe... will try it soon, this time butterflied .. am from the phil so i do have the ubiquitous turbo ... lol ... great site.... :-)

minari said...

good day maam...

well..ill be cooking my first turbo chicken today for it my gf's bday... i find your blog so helpful...so i added it on my list of fave websites...

thanks for the info...