Stone Age Chicken (A recipe)
Apr 02, 201310:13PM
Based on research I'm doing for a story. I have no idea if this ever existed, and I don't think anyone else does. It works with materials that would have been easily available, however.
This is flexible, so it's easy to do wherever you are.
Slice your chicken into thin strips. This also works for goat.
Hot pan, hot rock, hot oven stone.
Sprinkle with rock or sea salt. Add some chopped scallion/wild onion/chive. Add rosemary or similar evergreen herb. The greens will likely pop and jump on the hot surface.
Lay the chicken down on the bed of salt and herbs. Once the edges are white, flip over. Cook until lightly brown.
In a pan, you can also pour in some brine in small drops, to sizzle under the meat.
For cooking on a grill, dredge in the salt mix before laying over the grill.
you can add vegetables if you wish.
My kids insist I cook this regularly.