This Country Captain Chicken is a super-quick and easy version of an age-old Southern recipe, brought to you by way of Rachael Ray. It’s ready in just half an hour, which makes it a perfect weeknight meal for busy moms and dads!
I was scouring through one of Mother’s old cookbooks recently (you could say I’m always looking for ideas wherever I can find them, and I’m not shy about searching the old-school way), and I came across a recipe for a dish called “Country Captain Chicken.” Apparently, no one is exactly sure where and how the dish originated, though the theory is that it was introduced to Savannah, Georgia, in the 1800s by a sea captain who frequented the spice route from India. After a little searching online to see if an updated version of the recipe existed out there, I was delighted to come upon this quick and easy version here.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network
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