Easy Garlic Chicken
This is a quick and Easy Garlic Chicken Recipe for days when you don't have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen. This is a chicken recipe that even fussy eaters will like. This main dish recipe goes well with rice or traditional potato recipes. As this chicken recipe bakes, the garlic and the sugar will melt into a sweet glaze. You can customize this chicken recipe with your favorite herbs or spices. Besides the boneless chicken and garlic in the recipe, there is also some brown sugar for sweetness. There is a recipe suggestion to wrap your baking sheet or casserole dish with some aluminum foil for easier kitchen clean up when you are done, always a good idea. This is just one of the chicken recipes that you will find on the "Food" recipe site. On this recipe site, you will find lots of recipe ideas and food inspirations. Recipes that you will find on the site include crock pot chicken recipe, crock pot whole chicken recipe, cream cheese chicken recipe, slow cooker cheesy chicken recipe, Japanese Mum's Chicken recipe, and more. You will also find comfort food classic recipes, creamy burrito casserole recipe, oven fried chicken chimichangas recipe, paleo main dish recipes; maple mustard glazed salmon recipe, pork roast with sweet potatoes recipe, pizza recipes and more.
Garlic is closely related to the onion, the leek, the shallot, and the chive. Garlic has been used by humans in all sorts of recipes for over 7,000 years. Garlic is native to central Asia; garlic has long been a staple in recipes in the Mediterranean region. Garlic has been traced all the way back to the Ancient Egyptians, for use for medicinal purposes and food recipes. Garlic has forever been known to help in the prevention of the things like the common cold, and other beneficial health benefits. Garlic scapes can be removed to focus all the garlic's energy into bulb growth. Garlic scapes can be eaten raw or cooked; they give a nice burst of garlic flavour to whatever you add them. Would you believe that in a 100 gram serving of garlic there is half of your daily requirement of Vitamin C, with good amounts of calcium, protein and iron.
Brown sugar is a sucrose sugar product that has a distinctive brown color because of the presence of molasses. Brown sugar is often made by adding sugarcane molasses to white sugar crystals that are completely refined, to reduce manufacturing costs. The brown sugar that is prepared in this manner is often much coarse than its unrefined equivalent, and its molasses may be easily separated from the crystals of sugar by simply washing it to reveal the underlying white sugar crystals. By comparison washing unrefined brown sugar, will reveal underlying crystals which are off-white because of the addition of molasses. The molasses that are typically used for food is obtained from sugar cane, because the flavor is more preferred than that of beet sugar molasses, although in some locations, especially in the Netherlands and Belgium, sugar beet molasses is used. Natural brown sugar, whole cane sugar or raw sugar are sugars that retain a small to a large amount of their molasses from the mother liquor (this is the partially evaporated sugar cane juice). Based upon weight, brown cane sugar when fully refined can yield up to 70 percent white sugar, the degree depending on how much molasses remained in the sugar crystals.
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