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Old 08-28-2006, 03:15 AM   #1
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Newb Experiment Gone Right!

I'm not really into the whole bbq flavor, to me it can be as bad as putting ketchup on meat. But heres something that worked out good. I took 4 chicken quarters, skinned them and trimmed all the fat, rinsed in cold water. Put them into a glass casserole pan. Preheated oven to 550 because I didnt' know what temp I was going to use and thats as high as this oven goes. Poured bbq sauce on 2 of the quarters, and honey mustard on the other 2. Then I am like oh crap, the flavors will mix and it will taste weird. But I just put in the oven for an hour after reducing the temp to 450. Once I took them out, they were literally blackened on the surface and I thought I overcooked them, which they were. But I took them out, and I couldn't even differentiate one side from the other! The flavors blended perfectly. I took the pan drippings/sauce and mixed it with a package of frozen corn and heated. Was an outstanding meal let me tell you.

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