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Frog Chicken

Have you ever tried grilling chicken using a basket rack? It's an interesting method that involves cooking the chicken flat, also called butterflied or spatchcock. This method actually helps it cook evenly. Simon gave this Frog Chicken a go and the picture alone says it all. The name might sound a bit quirky, but it's essentially about how the chicken looks all spread out in the basket—like a frog, you know?

This method takes about three hours, which is quite a slow cook, but the wait is definitely worth it. The slower cooking allows the chicken to become incredibly tender and stay juicy. Simon kept the seasoning very simple—just a bit of oil to help the seasoning stick, and then a generous rub of our Spanglish Asadero Black Garlic Chimichurri. It's uncomplicated but delivers a punch of flavor.

The key here, really, is the basket and the slow cooking process. The basket ensures the chicken doesn’t curl up from the heat, so every part of it gets perfectly cooked—no more undercooked spots or dry edges. And with the slow cooking, all the juices get locked in, making the meat super succulent.

If you haven’t tried this method before, we definitely recommend giving it a shot. It might take a bit of time, but it's a simple, foolproof way to get a perfectly cooked chicken that’s packed with flavor. Plus, the simplicity of the seasoning lets the natural taste of the chicken shine, complemented just right by the hints of black garlic and herbs. Trust me, it's a game changer!

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