Garlic and ginger chicken baked in a clay pot
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Garlic and ginger chicken baked in a clay pot
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:01:20 AM. Recipe ID 24638. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Garlic and ginger chicken baked in a clay pot
 Categories: Chinese, Chicken, Ceideburg 2
      Yield: 4 Servings
      4 lb Frying chicken
      2 lg Garlic cloves, minced
      1    Knob fresh ginger, grated
           Salt and pepper, to taste
      2 ts Asian sesame oil
  I highly recommend the romertopf type clay pots.  Especially for
  chicken. I've done several chicken recipes in mine and they all came
  out extremely savory and done to perfection.  There's a unique, rich
  flavor that seems to typify food cooked in this way.  Haven't tried
  this one yet, but it's high on the list.  The ingredients are Asian,
  the technique Western. The result, I imagine, is delectable.  It's a
  very simple recipe. At least the first time I'd resist any temptation
  to embellish it. Well, maybe a few fermented black beans...  ;-}
  Rinse the chicken inside and out and pat dry.  Work your fingers
  under the skin of the chicken, carefully loosening skin from flesh
  across the breast and legs.
  Mix together the garlic, ginger, salt and pepper; rub evenly under the
  Brush the chicken with sesame oil.
  Soak a 2-quart unglazed clay cooking pot in cold water to cover for 10
  minutes.  Drain and place the chicken breast-up in the pot.  Cover and
  place in a cold oven; turn the thermostat to 475F and roast for 1
  Remove pot from oven and place on a towel.  Put lid on another towel.
  (The hot clay will break if placed on a cold surface).  Transfer
  chicken to a heated serving platter and drizzle with some of the
  juices left in the pot.
  Serves 4.
  PER SERVING:  515 calories, 76 g protein, 1 g carbohydrate, 21 g fat
  (5 g (5 g saturated), 229 mg cholesterol, 194 mg sodium, 0 g fiber.
  Andrew Schloss, San Francisco Chronicle, 11/23/92.
  Posted by Stephen Ceideberg; December 2 1992.

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