Grilled Buzzard


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Well to begin with the first time I ate this my in-laws had me convinced I was eating buzzard, the kind that flies around dead animals. But when I realized it was chicken I would not eat it any other way.

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  • Bone in or boneless chicken
  • 1/2 C. oil
  • Garlic powder to your own taste
  • 1 C. worcestershire sauce
  • 1 C. soy sauce
  • 1 medium size onion, chopped
  • Salt and pepper

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Mix all ingredients together. If you are looking for a little less fat you can omit the oil, but the oil seems to make the sauces cling better, and it gives it a little crispness. Place chicken in a medium bowl with mixture and shake every hour. The longer you marinate the better.

Reviews (6)

  • Brother, these guys are tough - I would marinate it for the 5 hours and Grill like I normally grill chicken on the outside grill - now, if you want to cook it in the over - it shouldn't take more than a hour - probably less. It would depend on how much chicken you are working with for oven cooking - now, we are suppose to be cooks here - let us think a bit.
    This was too funny - I had to write.........

    Flag as inappropriate ROOSE2  |  July 19, 2008

  • duh!!! I think the name of the recipe is GRILLED Buzzard.

    Flag as inappropriate suemerrittan  |  July 16, 2008

  • Iam also wondering how you cook it ?

    Flag as inappropriate jowhittle  |  June 29, 2008

  • Ummmmm ... How do you cook it? Duh!

    Flag as inappropriate RobinG  |  February 19, 2008

  • what kind of a crazy recipe is this ??
    how do you cook it and are you saying to just let it sit around because the longer, the better. What about refrigeration ???

    Flag as inappropriate cookiearndt  |  January 5, 2008

  • Sounds good but how is to be cooked? In oven - fried or on the grill and for how long and what temps?

    Flag as inappropriate pastafiend  |  October 20, 2007

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