Monday, March 9, 2009

BBQ Honey Chicken without the BBQ

You can make that bbq taste without all that smoke, and coals, and fire, and all that time. Simply use a skillet and give it a bit of a char, a blackened char. With this recipe, the honey caramelized for a delicious bbq taste without all the fuss.

Vegetable Oil (enough to fill the pan to fry)
6 Chicken drumsticks
3 tbsps Honey
1 tsp Salt
2 tbsp Thyme
3 tbsp Soy sauce
This is so easy!
  • Mix the ingredients, marinade for 2 hours
  • Heat the oil on medium to high heat
  • Fry in the pan for about 2-3 minutes
  • Turn over
  • Fry for another 2-3 minutes
  • Keep flipping until the skin pulls from the bone, as you can see in the picture. (This will probably be about 20 minutes, just to play safe)
Tip: There's this great frying net, that covers a skillet, and keeps the oil from splattering. Look around to find this if you cook a lot of things in oil, it's very useful.
Now you can enjoy your bbq chicken in the dead of winter!
Happy Eating!

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