Add some real fiery chicken flavor…
Everyone loves Fourth of July fireworks, so why not fiery chicken?
This recipe is not only good, it’s simple.
You’ll be oven-cooking chicken in 10-minute increments before and after adding onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, salt and pepper. But the real kick comes from what I call “firecracker 2.0.”
You start with a half cup of hot sauce and a half cup of brown sugar. Pause to taste; if the result is too spicy, add some more sugar. You’ll add to this sauce with a tablespoon of butter and a couple tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, then two chopped-up cloves of garlic. Then slather the whole mixture over the chicken and heat it again.
Mix it up.
For those who haven’t done much cooking, cornbread may sound like a mystery. But it’s not. Some flour, cornmeal, a half cup of sugar, an egg and a teaspoon of salt get all mixed up. Then add some buttermilk, a third of a cup of vegetable oil, and a can of creamed corn. This gets mixed up and poured into a greased baking pan.
The final ingredient is coleslaw. Sure, you could buy a pre-packaged container at the grocery store, but we’re creating real food here.
For fresh, tasty slaw: chop a head of green cabbage into slices and do the same with a purple one. Cut up some apple and add a bit of shredded carrot.
The sauce comes from a half cup of mayonnaise and a half cup of plain Greek yogurt.
Blend everything together and … mmmm! That’s the abbreviated version…
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