19 February 2018

40 Garlic Clove Chicken



I just realized that all my blog posts this year so far, except for one, were food-related.  Hmm.  No, I am not turning this into a food blog or anything like that.  I guess I had just been indulging more... checking out new places to eat, trying out new recipes, re-making favorites, experimenting.  

Growing up, you'd never see me in the kitchen.  Beyond a handful of favorites, I wasn't really much into food.  I was never a big eater.  I guess I just grew (figuratively and literally!) into this new love.  I love 'creating'; baking and cooking give me this outlet. I might not make what I love or love what I make, but as long as others around me love what I create, I am gratified.  What's more, if what I make looks pretty, I can take pictures and that's another creative outlet right there.

My number one fan and buddy when it comes to food is my son.  He loves food... and I don't mean that he eats voraciously (well, sometimes that, too), but that he truly appreciates food. He analyzes, he dissects, he savors.  We saw this video for a 40-Garlic Clove Chicken on Tastemade and we knew that we had to try it.  J loves garlic --the more the better, --so this was right up his alley.  Verdict?  It was as good as it looked on the video!  If I were to change anything, though, it would be use less sugar or probably even omit the sugar altogether next time. The honey alone was sweet enough.  It was quite easy to make and very yummy, so we will definitely be making this again.





11 COMMENTS:

Tamar SB said...

We have a recipe like that - wine and ALL the garlic, nothing bad about that!!

Molly said...

It looks amazing, sadly I can't get the video to play

Mollyx

Pea bea said...

I'm enjoying your sharing of recipes. I found this one on Tastemade and printed it to try. Thanks for sharing. :)

Peabea@Peabea Scribbles

elizabeth said...

Yum, yum, yum!

Ruth Rieckehoff said...

That looks incredible! Need to check out the recipe. Yesterday, I prepared roasted Cornish hens and they were made with 20 cloves on garlic. After the roasting, the juices and garlic are used for a sauce.

Craft Candidate - Kahden talon väkeä said...

Yummy! Looks so delicious!

Jill Harrison said...

my goodness - this looks so yummy and I would love to try it. Can you give us the link?

Jill Harrison said...

ps - oops, you did give us the link! :)

Lydia C. Lee said...

That looks, and I bet smells, really good!

Mandy 'n' Justin said...

Oh yum. That looks so good. + garlic! Mmm! Now I'm not too sad that I'm currently out of beef. You just gave me a wonderfully looking, delicious sounding new dish to try!

Hope you have a lovely Friday and good weekend! 🙂

Ramona Demian said...

Oh man, it looks delicious!

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