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Cajun Drunk Chicken/ AKA Cajun Beer Butt Chicken


1 whole fryer chicken (size up to you!)
1 can of beer (regular size--any brand)
Olive Oil
Tony Chachere's seasoning (Cajun original--can be found all over US in seasoning aisle)
aluminum foil

1. Rub olive oil all over the chicken...use as little or as much as you like!
2. Sprinkle and rub Tony Chachere's seasoning all over the chicken...don't be shy!
3. Wrap chicken in aluminum foil
4. Allow to marinate in refrigerator for 3-4 hours
5. Pour out about 1/4 to 1/2 of the can of beer (some people drink it instead of
pouring it out, but I'm not a fan...gave it to my Maw Maw once though :))
6. Unwrap the chicken
7. Stand the chicken on the can of beer (put can of beer in the big hole in the
chicken--aka the butt :) ) If you use a chicken butt stand, this step is easier!
7. Cook on the grill until juices run clear (about 2 hours) (or at 350 degrees in the
oven for about 2 hours)

You will LOVE this chicken, and it's SO simple! I could eat it every day :)

**I entered this recipe in On The Grill, a weekly party with a giveaway on Our Home School Home. **

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Category: 12 comments


Robyn said...

This looks delicious. Thank you so much for participating in On the Grill and linking up!

Emily said...

We've done this before and it is super yummy!

Steph B. said...

This sounds great.. and I am sure my hubby would have a blast making it too! :)

ModernMom said...

I always wondered how that was done! Sounds yummers:)

Anonymous said...

That sounds delish!

TidyMom said...

Sounds YUMMY!! We've never done this!! Thanks for posting!

Debbi Smith said...

This looks great! Awesome picture, thanks!

Diane {} said...

I've yet to try this but it looks great!

Bree said...

Thanks for voting (I know, I was a little confused the 1st time I voted 2). What time was dinner, did I miss it? Looks yummy....have a great weekend!

Paula@One Mom's Corner of the World said...

This looks really good! My husband did one with apple juice one time.

Beeb said...

Haha! I love the funny name, and it definitely sounds delish. So, what time should I come over for dinner? ;)

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