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Beer Battered Chicken Strips


Back in early April before our lives got turned upside down. My Gee was always the chef du jour, and not for just that day either.

We were home deciding what to cook for dinner and finally settled on was Gee’s Beer Battered Chicken. In our current climate we are trying to raid the refrigerator and the freezer and come up with innovative ways to eat what was already in the home. So here is Gee’s twist on things.



  • 2 large chicken breasts
  • 1/2 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup cornstarch
  • 1 egg
  • 1 beer or seltzer water
  • 1 Tsp baking powder
  • Sazon seasoning (gives color & flavor)
  • Salt & pepper to taste
  • Garlic powder
  • Onion powder
  • Oregano

Prepare batter:

  • Mix all dry ingredients together, you may use a whisk.
  • Add the beer or seltzer water (your preference) to the dry mixture
  • Gently fold beer / seltzer into the dry mixture (do not beat the mixture, you want to keep the bubbles)
  • Mix gently for smooth consistency


Clean, wash and prep chicken breasts, pat dry with paper towel and place in a bowl. Slice the thickness of chicken breast in half. Add seasonings to your taste. You may allow to marinate for about 30 minutes.

  1. Dredge seasoned chicken into dry mixture containing salt, pepper, 3 tbsps flour, 3 tbsps corn starch.
  2. Gently shake off excess dry ingredients and immerse in batter, gently shake off excess.




  • Use medium sized frying pan and 1/2 of oil to heat.
  • Slowly lower chicken 2/3rd moving chicken gently back and forth in hot oil but not allowing it to stick to bottom until it is cooked enough to float.
  • Cook until golden brown on both sides
  • Place on a cooling rack
  • Enjoy!

You may enjoy with fries, a salad, as a sandwich, with rice and vegetables or any other way you choose.

Bon appetit!  &  God bless!


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Introducing: Gee’s Cooking Corner – Oven Roasted Chicken Wings

Oven Roasted Chicken Wings

So my Gabe aka Gee is a man who LOVES to cook!

I was a lot smaller and younger when we met, but between growing older, life-changes and his excellent food. I have blossomed … some may say into the woman I am today.

I will be featuring mostly his recipes on my blog.

I want him to feel little included in my blogging thing… plus his food is so good.

So here goes… a recipe for oven-roasted chicken

  • 2 lbs chicken wings (approx 6-8 wings depending on size)
  • 1 TBSP seasoning salt
  • 1 TSP onion powder (not onion salt)
  • 1 TSP garlic powder (use 1/2 TSP if you don’t like much garlic)
  • 1/4 TSP cumin
  • 1/2 TSP oregano
  • 1 TBSP Maggi Seasoning Sauce
  • 2 TBSP White Cooking Wine
  • 1/2 TBSP Soy Sauce (substitute Lite if you need to)
  • 1/2 TSP toasted Sesame Seed Oil
  • 1/4 TSP fresh cracked black pepper (fresh is best for potency)
  • Marine for 2 hours
  • Preheat oven to 350°
  • Bake for 1 hour turning wings after 30 mins so that both sides crisp.
  • Cool on a baking rack and serve.

Please remember recipes are always a dynamic process and can be tweaked according to your tastes. You may also add 2 cloves of fresh garlic crushed or chopped and 1 TBSP of fresh chopped ginger to the marinade if you appreciate these tastes.

He cooks his wings with the tips on because those are his favourite parts of the chicken wings…but feel free to cut them off.

I think this recipe is great as it uses no added fats and is cooked in the oven and you can add seasonings to suit your taste or health status.

So if you decide to give it a try, please give feedback and feel free to post your recipe.

As always, stay well and be blessed!

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Guyanese Curried Chicken

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My Curried Chicken Recipe

I hail from a country with several ethnic groups of people and a metropolitan of culinary delights!

So yesterday was my day off and my turn cook curry. My family loves curry as well.

Since we are all “languishing” at home, food can be a good servant or a bad master.

I thought I would put my recipe down if anyone is interested, so here goes.