I got the idea for this recipe from Bon Appetite magazine, but made a few adjustments. My version is kind of crude, and not as elegant as B A’s but it was quick and I am sure tasted the same. I also added a few more ingredients.
I cut up a whole chicken.
In a food processer I put half an orange, half a lime, half a lemon, 6 garlic cloves, an inch section of ginger, a cup of soy sauce, ¼ cup honey, a large amount of cilantro, one fresh chili pepper and I processed it until it became mushy. Then I poured it over my chicken along with a cup of orange juice and covered with plastic wrap and marinated it for an hour in the frig.
I then placed the chicken on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper. I baked it in a 375 preheated oven. During the cooking of the chicken I took the pan out of the oven and about three times drained off all the liquid in order for the chicken to roast dry. I cooked it until the chicken snapped and crackled. It came out super flavorful. I served this with a curried rice that I added dried cranberries, orange peel and almonds to. I covered the entire plate with chopped cilantro. YUM! –Delicious.