White Cut Chicken, Soy Ginger Sauce — 7 Comments

  1. Nettles, once cooked are no longer the vicious, nasty, poky, can’t get them out of your skin plants that they are when they’re just taking over your flower beds. I have no desire to prepare them. While I’m sure you know they were once used as herbal remedies, the ones I grabbed bare handed two weeks ago because I was not thinking, were planted by the previous owner and are now a thing of the past. It took a couple days using packing tape and duct tape, but I got the stingers out. :/

    I have no excuse. It was a brain fart. I never do anything in the yard without gloves. Most of the time.

    I’m sure they were delicious, but I would have had to pass. 😉

    The chicken looks very good. I could make it early while it’s still cool out and serve it for dinner, as you said. We don’t eat a lot of chicken, it’s ridiculously expensive here.

    • They were delicious, but, like you I would never, ever cook with them – or order them in a restaurant…. I also grabbed some barehanded this spring, Stupid, stupid, stupid.
      The chicken is great cold. Chicken is expensive? Actually, good chicken is a bit high, here, too

  2. Hi Katie this recipe looks amazing! I’m going to try it! So what were the side dishes that were made to go with it? Stacy P.S. as you can see I’m still following you for years, and still making these wonderful recipes!!!!

    • Nice to hear from you Stacy – and so happy you still follow me 😉
      There was a Greek Salad and Balsamic Potato Salad… and the hubs grilled some Oyster Chicken Wings