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Garlic Cola Chicken

Chicken and garlic is a natural combination but add cola along with that and be prepared for a flavor ride unlike anything you've had before. This homemade cola recipe is surprising and delicious at the same time. Enjoy!

  • 2 large chicken legs - skin on or off optional
  • 150 milliliters cola (your choice of brand)
  • 3 teaspoons crushed garlic
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1 teaspoon black soya sauce
  • 1 tablespoon corn flour
  • 3 tablespoons oyster sauce, optional
  • 3 tablespoons tomato sauce, optional
  • 1 small purple onion sliced into rings
  • 2 sprigs fresh parsley
  1. Marinate the chicken for 35 minutes.
  2. Fry garlic in a bit of oil until fragrant.
  3. Add chicken to garlic and baste. Add cola.
  4. Cover and simmer till tender Remove chicken and make sauce and fry the onion rings with the remaining drippings and marinade.
  5. Serve warm with onion rings and fresh parsley. Serve with garden salad or cooked vegetables of ones choice.

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several years ago i put 1 whole chicken, 1 whole garlic clove, (fresh pressed) salt in pot and filled with pepsi to simmer over night. in the morning all carmel coloring foamed to the top (which i spooned off) deboned chicken and served on fresh noodles. it was a wonderful surprise. much better than using chicken broth

I took time to try to figure this out and I attempted it and it turned out good. 1. use soy sauce, tomato sauce and oyster juice for marinade. For 18 legs it took. 1 jar oyster sauce or clam sauce 1 15oz can tomato sauce 1/2 cup soy sauce Marinade a few hours. 2. Fry garlic in a bit of oil until fragrant. 3. Add chicken to garlic and brown on all sides. use salt and pepper to taste as you rotate the chicken. Once browned add cola about 2 cans. Continue basting with leftover marinade while you simmer. Keep it covered with a lid, cook at least 1 hr. 4. Remove chicken and make sauce. Add left over marinade to pot and I added 1 15oz can chk broth for extra flavor. Thicken with cornstarch. 5. Add chicken when thick cook another 15 minutes.

was going to make this for dinner but not sure what is for what

I agree this is a terrible recipe all the way around....just 2 chicken legs !!!! do you mean 2 chickens????? who wants to cook just 2 chicken legs???? Someone out there please help......


I agree, this recipe is very confusing! I was going to make it too until I read it!

I agree that receipe is confusing. Which ingredients are for marinade and which ones are for sauce??????????????/

This recipe assumes the reader already knows the recipe.

This is the most confusing recipe I've ever seen on Recipe Lion. What part of this is the marinade? What part is the sauce? I was going to try this until I read the recipe.


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