Oven Baked Garlic and Ginger Chicken

Oven Baked Garlic and Ginger Chicken

I like to discover fresh and interesting combinations made up of basic ingredients, like the case with this chicken recipe - it seems like I've already tried several combinations, except for this one, with ginger and garlic. I was certain about the result and it really is a tasty, simple and quick dish.

The garlic and ginger chicken is so tender, with a slightly crispy crust, we had it with salad for dinner and it was ideal. And I suggest using the garden scissors to cut up the meat, pork, rabbit, duck, goose etc. No kitchen scissors will be a better fit for this job than the garden scissors. It's one of my most useful kitchen tools and I think you should try this method.

Ingredients

Whole chicken
1 piece
or only thighs, or only wings
Garlic cloves
3 pieces
Fresh shredded ginger
1 tsp
can be replaced with dry ginger powder
Paprika
1 tbsp
Soy sauce
100 ml
Salt
0.5 tsp

Step by step

1

Mix together the crushed garlic and finely grated ginger in a small bowl.

2

Add paprika, soy sauce and salt, mix well.

3

Wash and clean chicken thoroughly and pat dry. 

Place it breast up and, with a big knife, make a slit in the middle, until you reach the bone.

4

I like to use the scissors now to cut the breast bone - it's very easy to do this if you use the simple garden scissors.

5

Open the chicken and rub the entire inside surface with half of the spice mixture.

6

Then turn on the other side and coat with the rest of the spice mixture. 

Notice I did all this in the pan, without using other plates/bowls. You can marinate for a while, or even overnight, or you can bake it now.

7

Bake for about one hour to 180 degrees C, remove from the oven periodically (2-3 times) and coat the chicken with the fat and the juice released in the pan. This way, crust will brown evenly and will be crunchy.

8

This is what the baked chicken looks like - let chill for 10-15 minutes while you prepare the salad or your favourite side dish, then serve with great pleasure...

Enjoy!

 

Quantity: 1 piece
Prep time: 60 min
Difficulty: easy
Ready in: 15 min
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