Sorghum Garlic Chicken

The bourbon helps too

The bourbon helps too

This is a perfect marinade for grilling or baking. If you don’t have sorghum then buy some. Any piece of chicken will work but legs and wings work best if this is an appetizer or party dish.

Sorghum Bourbon Garlic Chicken

  • 5-6 chicken legs skin on
  • 1 tbsp garlic minced
  • 1/4 cup sorghum
  • 1 tbsp bourbon
  • 2-3 dashes cayenne pepper hot sauce

Mix everything well and pour over chicken. Marinate for two hours turning chicken every half hour. Place on a roasting pan with sauce and bake at 365 degrees until done, about 30 minutes. Or grill brushing with marinade until done.

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12 Responses to Sorghum Garlic Chicken

  1. Misky says:

    You’ve just reminded me that I’m out of garlic. Sinful situation. I plan to try this recipe during the week. No bourbon in the house though, so might have to opt for something else. Sherry?

  2. I just printed 3 copies of this recipe for myself and for co-workers. Can’t wait to try it!

  3. This looks so juicy and flavorful. When I have tried to buy sorghum…it is called sweet sorghum, is that the same thing?

  4. Eva Taylor says:

    Look at you cooking without a kitchen! Very nicely done.

  5. Rock Salt says:

    ‘If you don’t have sorghum then buy some’ is the best and most honest advice I’ve read in a blog for ages. Never mind trying to fudge the recipe – just get the ingredients in the first place. Sound advice.

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