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Old 03-17-2009, 01:11 PM   #11
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Please share some local recipies!! I have a dear friend who graduated high school on Guam, he makes this very strange "Guam Chicken" or sometimes "Pinoy Chicken" and we, and the neighbors love it with "Red Rice"

Thanks, Eric Austin Tx.
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Old 03-17-2009, 02:30 PM   #12
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Please share some local recipies!! I have a dear friend who graduated high school on Guam, he makes this very strange "Guam Chicken" or sometimes "Pinoy Chicken" and we, and the neighbors love it with "Red Rice"

Thanks, Eric Austin Tx.
Eric,

See if this is close.

I am looking forward to some recipes too! We used to hike to Talafofo Falls which included some back yards back then - no walkways or paths then. If someone was having a Fiesta on our way back we were ALWAYS invited to stop and eat - they insisted!!!!
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Old 03-17-2009, 06:39 PM   #13
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Hi everybody and thanks for the warm greetings.

Elf, Giggler, that recipe is a good one. My version of red rice is extremely similar, but I render a few strips of bacon instead of using olive oil, then sautee the onions in the liquid beauty for a bit. Also for this red rice recipe, I'd add a teaspoon of black pepper.

Regarding the chicken marinade, the ingredients are fine, although mine includes a can of budweiser. the procedure is off, as it doesn't state to use medium-low direct heat. It also says the breasts will take longer and that's not the case. If you've got a hot spot on your grill, I'd finish off the chicken 2-3 minutes per side there to get a carmel-like crisp on the skin.

And for the finadene, I'd smash the peppers to start the recipe -- but that's because I have a "pika" tongue (preference for extreme spice).

Thanks for being interested in the food of my area.
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