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Aug 26, 2010
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Chicken Inasal

By: Jun Jun de Guzman


Chicken Inasal

The famous Visayan barbecue is grilled to perfection—right in your own home! Grab a couple of beers or ice-cold soda for a Pinoy-perfect backyard bash.Yield 2 chicken halves (serves 5)  Prep Time 1 hour and 15 minutes,       including refrigeration time  Cooking Time 25 to  30 minutes

 

1/3 cup local white vinegar1/2 cup soda (7-Up or Sprite)1 1/2 tablespoons chopped ginger2 tablespoons calamansi juice2 tablespoons brown sugar1 tablespoon onion powder1/2 tablespoon rock salt1 teaspoon pepper1 whole chicken, cut in halfFor the annatto oil3 tablespoons corn oil1/3 cup annatto seeds1 teaspoon salt1 tablespoon butter2 tablespoons local wine vinegar

 

1  In a bowl, mix vinegar, soda, ginger, calamansi juice, brown sugar, onion powder, salt, and pepper.2  Add the chicken pieces. Rub marinade into chicken; let stand for 1 hour at room temperature before refrigerating. Chill  overnight.3  Make the annatto oil: Warm oil in a saucepan and add annatto seeds. Stir until the seeds release their color and aroma. Pass through a strainer to remove seeds. Return to heat. Add salt, butter, and vinegar; simmer for 2 minutes.4  When ready, grill and baste marinated chicken with annatto oil for at least 20 minutes.Grilling tip: Stay safe and grill at least two inches away from your heat source. If flames emerge (due to the oil of the chicken), spray flames with some water.RELATED: How to Clean a Grill, How to Set Up a Charcoal Grill,  Grilling Do's and Don't'sRELATED recipes: Java Rice, grilled chicken recipes, chicken inasal recipes

 

Photography by At Maculangan | Styling by Elaine P. Lim | Props from Rustan’s Department Store




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  • vanette colmenares Mar 15 2010 @ 03:47am Report Abuse
       
    Visayan Chicken Inasal would go well with a puso (hanging rice) for a more picturesque look. It makes it look more authentic. That's just a suggestion. And a pinakurat (tanduay) bottle is native looking than a flask with sili...pastilan! it's just the bisaya in me coming out...backyard dish gud na! hehe!
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