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Drunken Chicken

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I got this out of the paper so don't know who to give credit to. I had to change it a bit because I could not find the Praline syrup. But it was good, we had mashed potatoes and peas with it. I made a gravy using the drippings and thickened it with corn starch.

Grump

You can either use chicken pieces or half-chickens. ( I used chicken breast )

--Enough chicken for all ( I had 6, there was 5 of us and the grand baby )

--Olive oil

--Small bottle of "Praline syrup" (about a 1/2 cup-usually found near bulk coffee section of store) ( I used Almond )

--1/2 cup of favorite whiskey - Jack Daniels - Jim Beam - R & R - whatever you like or have. ( I used Black Velvet )

--Handful of chopped pecans

--Onion slices

--salt & pepper

You'll need to preheat your oven to 375. - Wash and pat dry the chicken, and place skin side up in roasting pan(s). If making 2 pans of chicken, you may need to double recipe. Drizzle generous amount of oil over and around chicken. If using onions, put 2 or 3 'rings' on top of each half-chicken. Combine Praline syrup and whiskey and pour over chicken pieces. Sprinkle with pecans, salt and pepper and cover tightly with aluminum foil. Bake for about 40-45 minutes -- remove foil - put back in oven for about 10 minutes. ( this will cause flames in your oven, just a warning. But it was not bad ) Just burning off the alcohol. I think it is suppose to brown the chicken but did not do it for me. Also I had to cook mine longer the the time called for but I think that is because my chicken was not thawed all the way.

Now, we used to serve it just like that, placed on a mound of grilled onions - But, another great way is to drain off the juice from the chicken pans (and run through a strainer), and use it like you would if you had made a roast -- you know - turn that juice into a kind of 'gravy', by adding either cornstarch or flour, and bringing it back to a boil, and then spoon over chicken. It is such a good dish and your whole house will smell like heaven! If you prefer to leave out the booze you can and it is almost as good without it!


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OMG Grump--my mouth is watering! Thanks for posting that :D


Patti

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