A simple chicken recipe flavored with Coca-Cola.

Step 1: Gather Ingredients and Utensils

- chicken
- 2 liters of Coca-Cola
- soy sauce (preferably light)
- salt
- water

Do not use Diet Coke as it does not contain sugar.

- pot or pan to simmer chicken with
- stirring utensil

<p>Doesn't the recipe work, because the sugar in the coke is caramelized when it is cooked? Doesn't diet/sugar free soda defeat the purpose of the whole thing? </p>
It seems very delicious.
Just made it and wow was that simple and delicious! Tastes like some sort of mild teriyaki chicken.
I've never tried this before, it sounds really yummy and simple to make :)
Wonder if it matters whether the Coca-Cola is caffeinated or caffeine-free.
hi!! we use a sachet of french onion soup mix at the beginning with just a bit of coke, and add coke a little at a time as its cooking so it evaporates faster and gets thicker. and we do ours on the stovetop, and it goes nice with potato bake. yum.
I laugh seeing this because my dad is making this almost every weekend (:
Hmmm, suppose that tastes pretty interesting.:D
Hmmmmm, I wonder how Ginger Ale would taste . . . . . . .
I tried it ('cos I was curious how it would taste) - its easy to make and delicious! Thank you for sharing!
Any ideas on what to serve it with?
I served it with rice and salad. :-)
Pepsi Chicken 8 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves 3 cloves garlic; minced 1 can Pepsi 1 Tbs. onion powder 1 1/2 cups catsup 2 Tbs. chili powder Arrange chicken breasts in an oiled 12" Dutch oven. In a large bowl add remaining ingredients and stir to mix well. Spoon sauce over chicken. Cover oven and bake using 8-10 briquetttes bottom and 14-16 briquettes top for 60-75 minutes or until chicken is cooked through basting with pan juices every 15 minutes. Serves: 8
My mother always made chicken coke for me as a child. I now make it for kids and they absolutely love it. The only thing different that we do is that instead of boiling the chicken in water, we boil the chicken in equal parts coke and bar-b-que sauce. It will be thin at first. You know it's done when the sauce thickens up. Usually takes about 2 hours.
One thing I've seen done before is salmon marinating in a mix of dill sauce and sprite for a day. It's actually pretty good!
we have used a similar recipe but using catsup and coke sort of a mild bbq flavor. Easy and a family favorite. Try it as a sauce for cocktail meatballs, very good.
This is so cool...any way to just add the raw chicken and coke to a slow-cooker, let go for 6 - 8 hours and get the same results?
Yeah probably. Basically you just stew it and wait for all the water to evaporate.
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i wonder how root beer will go with this
has anyone tried it ??
so it's kind of a fizzy terriaki chicken. Is it really that delicious?
The final consistency of the Coke is like a sauce, so it isn't really fizzy lol But yeah, it's pretty good
I have seen a similar recipe with ketchup instead of soy sauce. Basically you mix coke and ketchup and use it in lieu of bbq sauce.
I love that stuff!
Ever add worchestershire sauce to this? Great concept. I'd like to try it with dr. pepper as well.
Thanks! I will be sure to try that!
You shud try my families Tomato chicken its really nice and all naturla :D
Call it cochicken thas gt a much bettr ring 2 it
it looks good i doubt though i will be able to have this becuz my mom is diabetic...but it looks great maybe ill make it myself one day
So you don't need to marinate? Would it be better to marinate the chicken in the Coca Cola concoction overnight and then cook it on a grill?
You do need to marinate for the flavor to set in. Also most of the Coke has to evaporate to you have some thick sauce. I haven't grilled it before, so you could try that!
Hey, thats awesome, I may have to try it one of these days! Thanks for sharing it!
I live in NY City and we have a very large Asian population here. If I go to an Asian market there are about 50 brands of soy sauce. The NY Daily News did a taste test to see which was the best and #2 was Kikkoman (which I had been using) and #1 was Tamari brand. It is naturally brewed, contains a little alcohol and beets Kikkoman , IMHO. When you buy Soy Sauce look at the ingredients; if it says caramel coloring pass it by- its just salty water.
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Or you could just do it the easy way:<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0m4x0y3QNw">Cochicken Recipe</a><br/>
Lol :P That's a pretty powerful blender! The result looks surprisingly creamy and frothy!
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I don't see the need to scare people of the 0.13g of aspartame per can of diet coke that's diluted further in chicken. The UK specifies 22 cans of diet coke's worth of aspartame a day as the recommended upper limit of aspartame intake in an adult. If it's a comparable substitute in terms of taste, I would prefer that over the 39g of corn syrup (that's 300 times the mass of aspartame in diet) per can. Even if it's not sweet enough, I would imagine that adding granular or brown sugar with diet coke would give it a more subtle sweetness and depth of flavor. That aside, it sounds like an interesting recipe. I'll have to try it.
TRANSLATE: Pearl River Bridge Brand Pearl river in in souther China, pass through big city GuangZhuo, where that bridge is. Goods soy source. FYI, there are 2 types of soy source, light and dark, you have the light one. The dark one are thicker, saltier, more flaver.
Of the dark soy sauces that I've tried, I've found that they always milder (less salty). The dark and light refer more to their color. Dark soy sauce does tend to have more depth of flavor though.
the chinese translates to "Pearl River Bridge", the brand of the soy sauce : )

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