This is hands-down the best chicken seasoning I have ever come across. Have something to mop up the juices on the plate or you will end up licking it!
I found this rub on All Recipes. The full post includes a seasoned couscous that you may be interested in. We had our chicken with some brown rice pilaf that is standard fare in our home. (I make enough for 3-4 meals at a time.)
This is a rich curry flavor with little to no heat depending on the chili powder you use. If you like heat, use a hot chili powder or some cayenne pepper. When you have mixed up all the dry ingredients you will probably think this is plenty for two chickens. Use it all on one! This is not too much flavoring.
For best results, brine your chicken before applying the rub. The brining process ensures a moist tender chicken. The rub ensures unforgettable flavor.
The following recipe has been adapted a bit from the original. You will probably adapt it still more. The important thing is to find the flavors that bring your family running to the dinner table!
(For one chicken)
Try not to shout and holler while you eat. This chicken is that good!
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