Goshen’s Southern Style Baked Chicken Recipes

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In most baked chicken recipes you don't marinade the chicken a day before hand in Goshen's baked chicken recipe you will strongly encouraged. In Goshen's Southern Style Baked Chicken Recipes marinating the chicken before baking is a key step to adding flavor. The next few articles will include the different recipes but this first article is about the major prep step marinating for baked chicken.

Step 1: Take your 4 to 6 chicken breasts and put them on a plate. Get a cutting board or a clean surface you can safely put raw chicken on and spread out a foot or so of aluminum foil. (You can put down something that's going to cover the surface that's going to touch the raw chicken).

Step 2: Grab your pepper, salt (or garlic salt if that's more your fancy), and a pinch of basil. Remember you can add your own twists to this recipe just because you don't like salt or are allergic to pepper doesn't mean you can't add other nice spices to this baked chicken recipes. You grab your spices and take the chickens one at a time and rub them down with pepper, salt, and basil. When you are rubbing a chicken down remember to rub it firmly yet gently enough you're not going to tear the chicken in half or squeeze it so hard that it's going to pop out of your hands and fly across the kitchen.

Step 3: After each chicken has been seasoned and rubbed down grab a sealable bag that will be able to sit the chicken breasts in it so that they are not stacked on one another. (Tip: You're most likely going to have to use a few resalable bags to be able to get them all in without sitting on top of each other.) Then grab 1 beer per bag or 2-3 shots of whisky (You may need to add more or less depending on bag size. You want the chicken sitting in the whisky or beer, the chicken needs to soak it up.) Your choice here will impact the taste of the final baked chicken recipe.

Step 4: Once the chicken is all in bags put it in a low lying shelf in the refrigerator where raw meat is meant to go. The longer the chicken marinades the better anywhere from a 2 hour minimum to a 1 or 1 ½ day maximum. The longer the chicken has to sit in the beer or whisky the better the baked chicken recipes you will have because of enhanced flavor. Remember the alcohol will be cooked out of the chicken during the baking process as long as the chicken is cooked properly, however the taste and flavor will still be there.

While passionate about psychology. With TRCB, he is one of the original Subject Matter Experts (SME), Author of upcoming book Naturally Good Cooking. For more please visit www.MichaelGoshen.com

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