Posted November 16, 2019 09:15:00 While I don’t get it, I’m sure you can find an answer for it!
This recipe is so delicious that I’m giving it a 10/10.
But there’s one problem: I just can’t figure out how to cook it.
I think it’s because the chicken is being cooked with a lot of oil, which adds to the yummy flavor.
But why does the chicken need to be so flavorful?
If you have an oily chicken breast, the oil in it will make it difficult to remove the skin.
And this will make the chicken dry and hard to work with.
And if the chicken isn’t marinated in the right amount of oil before cooking, it will be overcooked.
If you use a non-oily chicken breast and leave the skin on, the skin will absorb some of the oil and soften it up, making it easier to cook.
So it’s a no-brainer to use the right kind of oil.
If you cook it with olive oil, you’ll get a crispier, smoother skin.
But if you use coconut oil, it won’t have as much of a crispness.
So use olive oil.
You’ll get more crispness and less oil absorption.
As you can see, there’s plenty of options available.
If I could go back and find the right oil, I would.
But the answer to this question isn’t clear.
This is a very simple recipe.
And it takes less than 10 minutes to make.
Plus, if you’re looking for a great way to use up leftover chicken stock, this is the way to go.
And I bet you’ll be glad you did!
Recipe by Angela, from Taste and Learn