Chicken with popcorn

What’s poppin? 

A recipe with popcorn? That’s right! It may sound weird, but it was surprisingly good! I was approached to enter a competition and create a recipe with soy sauce. It seemed like a great challenge, and so I put my brain to work. What would be a good combination with soy sauce? What complements a salty flavour? That’s when it hit me, popcorn! 
I melted some butter with some soy sauce and added a bit of corn. The popping sound of the corn instantly made me happy. The popcorn tasted as I expected. It had a little salty touch. I wanted to balance the salty flavour with a fresh twist. So, I decided to add pomegranate pits. For me, this created a perfect balance. I want to encourage you to try this recipe and let me know what you think of a recipe with popcorn!!!!

Time to cook!

This chicken recipe is seasoned with soy sauce, honey, pomegranate and popcorn.
Chicken with popcorn
Recept Afdrukken
Servings
2 persons
Cook Time
15 minutes
Servings
2 persons
Cook Time
15 minutes
This chicken recipe is seasoned with soy sauce, honey, pomegranate and popcorn.
Chicken with popcorn
Recept Afdrukken
Servings
2 persons
Cook Time
15 minutes
Servings
2 persons
Cook Time
15 minutes
Ingredients
Popcorn
Chicken
Servings: persons
Instructions
Popcorn
  1. Melt the butter in a cooking pot with the 2 tablespoons of soy sauce. Once it starts to cook, you add the corn. Immediately put the cover on the cooking pot. The corn will start to pop. Now lower the heat a bit. Once the popping sound stops, you can remove the pot from the fire. Mix it well.
  2. Cut the pomegranate and get the pomegranate pits. Mix it with the popcorn. You can also choose to keep it seperate.
Chicken breast
  1. Cut the chicken breast in little pieces.
  2. Marinade the chicken in soy sauce and honey.
  3. Fry the chicken with olive oil on a medium-heated fire until they are done.
  4. Serve with popcorn and the pomegranate pits.

Enjoy!

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