Message from Simon Sasquatch in Nick Fuentes Server #self-improvement
dinner for one
You're going to want to cook maybe a half a pound of chicken thighs by buttering an oven pan, and melting the butter slightly.
Then after the pan has been thoroughly buttered you want to season the chicken with salt and pepper.
Place it in the oven, skin side down for about 45-60 minutes,
then, remove, flip, and put them back in the oven, skin side UP, for about another thirty minutes.
This gets the skin crispy, and the meat remains moist.
Then while that is cooking in the final steps,
take a bottle of Frank's hot sauce and about a half to a whole stick of butter to simmer in a pan (entirely dependent upon the quantity of chicken)
After the butter has been melted, and you can see bubbles begin to form on the surface of the hot sauce,
vigorously whisk it in the pan over medium heat.
When the sauce is sufficiently blended,
and the chicken is crisped to your preference
remove the chicken, place the thighs in a large bowl,
pour the sauce over the top
This is my favorite dinner to make.
I usually accompany this with some green beans sauteed in bacon grease.
And mashed potatoes if I've got the time.
Sorry for the text wall.
Feed all the hombres with that eh Chicano?
But no my family's fuckin' giant.
I am a lost soul without a COLLECTIVE
*make-a me sad, 4 u, bread*
the chicken sounds good
Also, for fuck's sake, don't have a bachelor refrigerator, fill your fridge up with decent lards, vegetables and meats to actually cook yourself decent stuff.
lately I've been into slow cooking pork and so on.. like 8hr cooks in crockpot
That goes for any lonely man here.
Mm that chicken would be good with mashed potatoes I might try that. Crock pot pork is really yummy too, I love making pulled pork
How do you guys make mashed potatoes?
duck fat is the king lard.. I make whole chickens with duck fat on it
duck fat in mashed potatoes = nuts
I want to get some duck fat, seems expensive as hell tho.
you can get it for like 6$ a 'jar'
I've seen it for way more though
Oh so like ghee?
Also, I cna't emphasize this enough, SAVE YOUR BACON DRIPPINGS.