Guinness is the beer produced in Ireland.

I guess everyone has drank it before, but have you ever thought of Guinness can also use in cooking?

The following is the recipe of chicken with Guinness.

Ingredients:

Chicken Thighs

Chicken Thighs by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Chicken Thighs by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

(You can use any different parts of chickens, for example, chicken wings and drum sticks, which suits your own preference)

Guinness

Guinness by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Guinness by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Soya Sauce (Optional, and you can choose any other brand of soya sauce)

Soya Sauce by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Soya Sauce by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Black pepper (Optional)

Black Pepper by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Black Pepper by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Procedures:

1.  Put the chicken into the container and season it with a tiny amount of soya sauce and crushed black pepper and one tin of Guinness for at least 30 minutes.

Season the chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Season the chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Season the Chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Season the Chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Remarks: The longer time it left for soaking, the greater taste and the tender meat would result.

Soaking Chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Soaking Chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

2. Heat the frying pan and put adequate amount of oil before putting the chicken.

Frying the chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Frying the chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

3. Fry the skin part of the chicken until it shows golden colour.

Golden Skin Chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Golden Skin Chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

4. Flip over the chicken and keep frying it, add the seasoning (Guinness mixture) to the pan constantly when the meat looks dried.

Flipped over chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Flipped over chicken by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

 

5. Pour Guinness seasoning into the pan and leave it cook for about 20 minutes in low heat.

Cook with Guinness by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Cook with Guinness by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

I have pre-made the potato as the side dish, you can make it up with anything you like: vegetables, chips or any other you can think of.

Guinness Chicken Dish by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

Guinness Chicken Dish by Cheryl Lo (Flickr)

The Guinness chicken dish is ready to eat!

Enjoy a pint of Guinness with the whole Guinness meal tonight!