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Jamie Oliver's Chicken in Milk Is Probably the Best Chicken Recipe of All Time Recipe Review

Jamie Oliver's Chicken in Milk Is Probably the Best Chicken Recipe of All Time Recipe Review
A few years ago, I came across a chicken recipe that was so good, so notable, that I considered shoving the rest of the classic chicken dishes I love aside in favor of this poultry paragon. Was I guilty of gushing overstatement? Probably, but humor me for a moment. Four years on, I still think this is pretty much the best chicken recipe of all time. Let's take a closer look, shall we? We'll indulge in hyperbole together. The Recipe A few years ago I noticed this rather odd recipe on Jamie Oliver's site. Here's the basic process: Brown a whole chicken in copious amounts of olive oil or butter. I've now made this many times, and the first thing in its favor is the speed and ease of preparation. Oliver says to throw away all that extra fat; you won't need it. Here's another easy way to make chicken. Error loading player: No playable sources found To Cover or Not to Cover? An hour later it hit me: was that called for in the recipe? Why It's So Good Have you ever tried Jamie's chicken in milk?

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