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« on: July 21, 2012 11:40:39 PM »

This could be one of my strangest posts yet, but did you know you can cut up a chicken so it looks like a “Leaping Frog?”
Well it was a new one for me.
The idea is to flatten your chicken so that it will cook more evenly, and the shape ends up looking like a frog. Gourmet magazine did a story about it in 2009 and I am just now hearing about it..

Here are some pictures of the technique.

















I have more pictures and the recipe here.

The herbs are out of my herb garden project!

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« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2012 10:26:43 AM »

It really does look amazingly like a frog.  What a clever technique.  Do you think it would also work with turkey?  That is a bird that is really hard to cook evenly.
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« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2012 05:05:46 PM »

It really does look amazingly like a frog.  What a clever technique.  Do you think it would also work with turkey?  That is a bird that is really hard to cook evenly.

I don't see why not, except you would need an awfully large grill area. I think by Big Tex grill could handle it, but I know my oven is way to small.
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