Sunday, April 22, 2012

Caribbean Chicken

Hey now, Blogger changed the way it looks when I write an entry. I thought I could get used to this new format until I realized that I don't know how to add line breaks. WTF. HELP!!! Anyhow, yesterday I taught Saturday school and then stuck around for a few extra hours grading papers and planning for next week so that I could enjoy the rest of my weekend stress free. Afterwards I tried Keller's Hamburgers which was delicious and fun, but would've been way more fun if I hadn't been sitting alone in my car the whole time, but that's neither here nor there since I went out with this chick on Friday who seems like someone I might mesh well with, but that's for another post. After the burger I knocked out 55 miles on my bike and then stopped by the grocers on the way home to get some chicken. I was extremely tired and slightly sore from waking up early and the ride and everything else, but somehow I managed to try what I thought might be a Caribbean Chicken dish. I'm sure I'm far off, but it is very good- a little on the spicy side- but quite good. Caribbean (???) Chicken
2 tsp Ground Paprika 1 tsp Ground Cayenne 1 tsp Ground Ginger 1 tsp Garlic Powder 1 tsp Ground Cinnamon 0.5 tsp Ground Cumin 0.5 tsp Ground Corriander 0.5 Onion Chopped Salt and Pepper Oil 3 Chicken Leg Quarters Rice Fry the Spices and Onion in a Oil and then add the Chicken to brown. Once browned, add 1 cup of Water and simmer for 30 minutes or so turning Chicken occasionally. During this time cook your Rice. Enjoy!

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