Goshen's Southern Style Baked Chicken
There are many different baked chicken recipes out there and Goshen's southern style baked chicken recipe puts a southern twist on the old southern treat. Marinating the chicken breasts ahead of time is suggested however not needed to enjoy this southern style delight. (Reference Goshen's southern chicken recipes for marinating procedures) Overall the entire cook time not including marinade time if desired is 90-120 minutes to prepare. Goshen's southern style chicken recipe serves 6 and is a delightful treat for family and friends.
6 chicken breasts
2 table spoons(30 milliliters) of Emeril's Essence spice and seasonings (Preferably the
original however others are just fine)
2 tablespoons(30 milliliters) of crushed red pepper
2 tablespoons(30 milliliters) of oregano
2 tablespoon(30 milliliters) of rosemary
cup(125 milliliters) of Worcestershire sauce
1 cup(250 milliliters) of water
2 tablespoon(30 milliliters) of black pepper
2 tablespoons(30 milliliters) of salt
Step 1: Go turn on the oven and preheat it to 350 degrees (+ or - 176 Celsius) Then place the chicken breasts in a deep baking pan.
Step 2: Sprinkle the crushed red pepper, oregano, rosemary, black pepper, salt and Emeril's Essence. After sprinkling the dry ingredients on the chicken breasts pour Worcestershire sauce on top of the chicken breasts.
Step 3: Pour the water in the bottom of the pan. A recommendation for Goshen's southern style baked chicken would be to substitute the water for your beer of choice. Cover the top of the pan with aluminum and stick in the oven at 350 degrees (+ or - 176 Celsius) for 45 minutes.
Step 4: Take the pan out of the oven and remove the aluminum foil from the top of the pan. Then put back in the oven for an addition 15 minutes. (You may need to + or - more time for the chicken in the oven depending on how crispy you want the chicken to be) After removing the chicken from the oven Goshen's southern style baked chicken is ready to enjoy.
Please Note: Emeril's Essence spice is combination of salt, paprika, chili powder, cumin, coriander, cayenne pepper, ground black pepper, crushed red pepper and granulated garlic.
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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