I was very excited to be cooking something from Lulu Powers’ cookbook/entertaining book because as those of you who have paged through it will know, it’s full of easy ideas and recipes that just speak to me. Lulu Powers Food to Flowers is exactly my kind of book. No mess, no fuss, just good easy food.
So since I knew this weekend would be a busy one since I was moving and my family was visiting from out of town, I wanted to make something quick and easy that did not require lots of ingredients which I would have left over and then have to move with me. So I settled on the Aunt Patti’s BBQ Chicken.
The recipe couldn’t be simpler. All you need is, of course, chicken, bbq sauce, finely ground espresso beans and a whole heap of garlic. Once the chicken has cooked and the chicken skin has had a chance to get nice and brown and crispy, I just mixed the sauce with the garlic and espresso beans and brushed it on both sides and let each side melt and get nice and caramelized and then I enjoyed!
Simple as pie! (Or in this case, as Aunt Patti’s BBQ Chicken!)