40 Garlic Chicken

FANNIE MCCOY Recipe

By FANNIE MCCOY ZAYDEN2

THIS IS FOR GARLIC LOVERS


Recipe Rating:
 29 Ratings
Serves:
4
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method:
Bake

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
Don't let the amount of garlic in this dish scare you away... The flavor isn't at all overwhelming! The technique is top-notch too. Try it with other seasonings as well!

Note: We've had success using chicken breasts in this dish rather than a whole chicken that's been cut up. Feel free to adjust to your tastes.

Ingredients

40
cloves of garlic
1
cut up chicken
1/2 c
dry white wine
1/4 c
olive oil
1 tsp
thyme
1/2 tsp
sage
1 Tbsp
minced parsley
4 small
bay leaves
1 tsp
salt
1/4 tsp
pepper
foil paper
french bread loaf

Directions Step-By-Step

1
PLACE GARLIC IN BOTTOM OF HEAVY DUTCH OVEN WITH A TIGHT LID.
2
PEELING GARLIC IS OPTIONAL.PLACE CHICKEN ON TOP OF GARLIC IN DUTCH OVEN
3
POUR WINE OVER CHICKEN. DRIZZLE OLIVE OIL OVER CHICKEN
4
MIX ALL SPICES TOGETHER AND SPRINKLE OVER CHICKEN.PLACE BAY LEAVES AMONG CHICKEN PIECES
5
COVER PAN WITH FOIL. COVER FOIL WITH LID
6
BAKE IN PREHEATED 350*OVEN FOR 1HR. DO NOT REMOVE FOIL OR LID UNTIL DONE. SERVE WITH FRENCH BREAD

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken
Main Ingredient: Chicken
Regional Style: American
Hashtags: #Garlic, #chicken
  • Comments

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    Jean Braten pjbraten - Jun 15, 2010
    This is delicious! Have made a recipe similar, only yours has more spices and can't wait to try this.
    I have used Harvey's Bristol Cream Sherry instead of the wine, and we
    really like the flavor it imparts.
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    Linda Sansing 2ndhandcook - Nov 17, 2010
    Oh Fannie! There is nothing like garlic in prepared foods! My Dad was a Farmer and his speciality was GARLIC! The garlic was 4 - 5 inches wide and so juicy. No it wasn't Elephant garlic. He sold it world wide. I grew up with garlic on meats, frech bread, on veggies, mashed potatoes and including toast. I also learned how to pickle it so that I would have it year-a-round, until the next harvest in June/July (early and late garlic). It's a Persian recipe. That country is now Iran. Oh how dull our lives would be without garlic! It's good for the heart!

    Linda
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    FANNIE MCCOY ZAYDEN2 - Nov 18, 2010
    i love garlic too...i use it on almost everything...GOD BLESS
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    Shanese Rivera syrivera9 - Dec 20, 2010
    I am so making this.... However do you think I can use a crock pot?
  • user
    FANNIE MCCOY ZAYDEN2 - Dec 22, 2010
    YES...I DON'T SEE WHY NOT ..LOL