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7 Aug 2009

Gordon Ramsay's Sticky Lemon Chicken, with rice&peas. So yes, I realized right before bed last night that I'd forgotten to post this. Probably for the best, I was so irritated by it. I got engrossed in preparing my latest photo recipe, which starts here.

Anyhow, dinner was supposed to be Gordon Ramsay's Sticky Lemon Chicken with rice and peas.

I'd just read earlier that day about someone else on one of the cooking groups I frequent online having another Gordon Ramsay recipe flop because it called for pork tenderloin to be long-simmered. I don't know why I didn't give this recipe a more critical look then. There's no way chicken pieces would be finished in the ~15 minutes this called for cooking it. Cut up chicken would be the only way this would work. By the time the chicken got done, the sauce (and part of the chicken) had burnt, and the rice (which is a good recipe, in and of itself) had gone mushy. Then because the chicken had to be cooked so long, the outer parts were actually rubbery by the time the inner parts were done. I'll never use this chicken recipe again.

I was so irritated at that recipe being so fully made of fail (and at myself for not realizing it beforehand), I lost my appetite, so there was nothing pulled from the freezer.

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