Slow Cooked Brandy Chicken
recipe for Slow Cooked Brandy Chicken has been reproduced
courtesy of Orce
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combination of ingredients creates a tender dish full
of warm flavours.
for Slow Cooked Brandy Chicken
chicken legs, separated into thighs and drumsticks
1 1/2 bulbs garlic
Reasonable size glass brandy
1 bay leaf
Paprika (I usually use mild paprika but you can use
the hot version if you prefer)
to make Slow Cooked Brandy Chicken
the chicken with a generous amount of salt, pepper
and paprika, then rub the seasoning into the chicken
and leave to rest for about 20 minutes.
and roughly chop the garlic.
a little olive oil in a large casserole dish or pot
(the Spanish use a traditional olla) and slowly brown
the chicken pieces on both sides. Add the garlic about
halfway through this step.
the chicken is browned add the brandy and bay leaf.
and cook gently until the chicken is tender, about
30-40 minutes depending on the size of the pieces.
with rice or a salad.
with permission of Orce