In this week of camp:
Believe it or not, every nation on Earth eats chicken! This week, we cooked and ate chicken dishes from around the world, following the path of the chicken as it spread around the globe. We made Chicken Adobo from the Philippines, chicken meatballs and potstickers from China, Kerala chicken curry from India, Doro Wat chicken stew from Ethiopia, and Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic from France - with sides and fixins for everything. We split into teams to compete in a week-long Chicken Olympics, with a chicken taco cooking competition at the end of the week!
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Indian chicken curry with coconut milk and spices, topped with curry leaves and red onions fried in coconut oil. This dish is a classic Sunday supper in the southern coastal province of Kerala, India.
Classic Ethiopian dish with chicken parts simmered in clarified butter and red wine, with red onions, garlic, ginger and berbere spice.
Collards simmered with butter, olive oil, garlic, ginger and spices, then finished with a bright squeeze of lemon juice. Addictively good, and guaranteed to make a collards-lover out of anyone.
Surprisingly easy classic Filipino dish that everyone will love. Super simple to make, and so tasty, you’ll want to plan ahead for leftovers.
The classic French dish, with succulent chicken bathed in a rich, golden broth. All those cloves of garlic turn creamy, mild and spreadable in the slow oven braise. Be sure to have lots of crusty French bread nearby to sop up every last drop.
A South Indian approach combining thinly-sliced green beans with coconut, Indian spices and a hint of chile.
Classic Indian-style rice with cumin seeds and peas. Perfect with any Indian meal.
The simplest way to prepare broccoli in the oven (with a huge flavor bang for your convenience buck).
Potstickers served with Sriracha sauce and Hoisin sauce. Plus, how to make Asian meatballs with the extra filling!
Check out all the pictures from our 2018 Why Did the Chicken Cross the Globe? Cooking camp! We made chicken dishes from all around the world, competed in the Chicken Olympics and held a cooking competition!