ketchup or grayvie??
September 16, 2008 9:13am CST
actually, when i eat my chicken i eat it with ketchup coz its more available than grayvie but when i dine out, i pretty much ask for honey mustard for chicken fillets and grayvie for chicken parts :) when you eat your chicken, do you put it with KETCHUP or GRAYVIE? a simple thought would be nice :)
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16 Sep 08
I am very much fond of chicken but generally I like baked chicken. I prepare my self. I first get the chicken marinated in garlic ginger paste with egg for two hours and then cook it in the microwave for 15 minutes thereby grilling it for 20 minutes and when spices and lemon on it with salad and white sauce it is mouth watering. By reading it are you mouthwatering or not. Please comment and have a nice chicken parts with ketchup.
18 Sep 08
Actually, i like kectup, mayonaise, chili sauce and mostly tomato sauce. I'm the person that likes spicy stuff like egxample, i like to taste tom yam soup. but some people may not like spicy stuff because some people have different tastebuds depending on what food they like. about grayvie, i prefer it the most, because it can be used in many dishes, macaroni, spaghetti etc. the gravy i like most is chicken stock with boiling water. there's one soup i hate, that's pea soup.
18 Sep 08
Never with ketchup for me, but then again, growing up in Jamaica meant learning to enjoy food without a lot of additives coming from bottles, and in the case of chicken, everything depends on how it's cooked. For example we do a lot of different chicken casseroles, so there's no need for anything extra, because the dish has a very tasty gravy. Then chicken lends itself very well to open fire cooking, from the basic to barbecues to stir fry, and in nearly every case, the most important thing is the preparation, the marinade you make for the chicken, and at the end of the preparation, the last thing you should need is something else to pour over it, because the taste should be great if you got every- thing right. On the other side of the coin, we have to admit that there are many people who would prefer to go hungry if they could not pour something from a bottle, whether tomato ketchup, special sauces or even one of the many varieties of mayo! I know people who would be insulted if you offered them a meal without a bottle of very hot pepper sauce on the table! For those people, the addition of additives is what brings out the taste for them, and I guess it's understandable if you stop to consider the difference in taste between any meat you have killed and cooked on a farm, compared to the shrink-wrapped stuff you get from the supermarket. At the end of the day, it's horses for courses as we say, to each his own and all that, but the real question has to be this......what do you enjoy more, the taste of the meal or the taste of the additive? If you cook, like me, then you prepare meals to satisfy the taste buds of those you are feeding, and sometimes you will provide a great gravy, for example with any roast meat, and sometimes you will serve a meal with all the bottles on the table for those who want them. Choice is wonderful, isn't it?
18 Sep 08
i would pefer ketchup cause it goes well with more of the things that i enjoy.many too love ketchup than grayvie.grayvie is more unhealthy than than ketchup as it kind of stinks because they have garlic.i hate garlic cause it stinks and has a bad taste.ketchup can also be added to dishes like italian,spanish and frenh food and i relly like them because they taste soooooooo good as it has a sweet smell.