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Boozy Chicken: 15 Drunken Recipes You Can Eat For Dinner

One sip for you, one splash in the pot. That’s the basic idea behind these 15 glorious recipes for drunken chicken. With a little tequila, a lot of white wine, and maybe a splash of sake, these delicious dinner recipes are so good, they’re sloshed! Cooking with booze isn’t just fun, it’s also functional. It keeps your chicken moist, tender, and flavorful. Grab a flask and start cooking! These 15 recipes will show you how!

  • Mexicana Chicken 1 of 16
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    Mexican lager adds a rich depth of flavor to this dish, making it anything but ordinary! 

    Get the recipe for Mexicana Chicken

  • Tequila Lime Chicken 2 of 16
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    You'll be hooked on this secret marinade- it gives your chicken the zesty, citrusy kick that makes it a favorite!  

    Get the recipe for Tequila Lime Chicken

  • Beer Can Chicken 3 of 16
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    Get ready for a juicy, hot, delicious mess- this chicken recipe really delivers! 

    Get the recipe for Beer Can Chicken

  • Pan Seared Chicken Thighs With Beer And Grainy Mustard Sauce 4 of 16
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    Succulent chicken thighs slathered in grainy mustard beer sauce taste divine!

    Get the recipe from TRACEY'S CULINARY ADVENTURES

  • Coq Au Vin 5 of 16
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    Serve this fall-off-the-bone tender chicken with a crusty baguette for mopping up the rich mushroom and onion sauce.

    Get the recipe from NO RECIPES

  • Sauteed Chicken Fillets With Fresh Apricot Sauce 6 of 16
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    You'll love the combination of melt in your mouth apricots and light, fragrantly sauced chicken!

    Get the recipe from AMATEUR COOK PROFESSIONAL EATER

  • Chicken Marsala 7 of 16
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    Make any celebration more special with a classic chicken marsala dinner!

    Get the recipe from SWEETSONIAN

  • Kai Zhao (Chicken Wine) 8 of 16
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    A steaming bowl of chicken in tasty asian broth is just what you need on a dark, chilly night!

    Get the recipe from THE LITTLE TEOCHEW

  • Chicken Breasts Diable 9 of 16
    Dorie Greenspan chicken breasts diable Around my French Table French Fridays with Dorie

    This fancy, French sauce takes 10 minutes to make, and tastes incredibly delicious!

    Get the recipe from EAT. LIVE. TRAVEL. WRITE.

  • Chicken Piccata 10 of 16
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    Bathe your chicken in a sauce of white wine, lemon juice, capers, and butter for an easy, light midweek meal.  

    Get the recipe from CLOSET COOKING

  • Rum Citrus Chicken Kabobs 11 of 16
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    This colorful, festive meal is perfect for summer picnics and barbecues! 

    Get the recipe from LEMONS AND ANCHOVIES

  • Chicken With Red Wine Sauce 12 of 16
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    This chicken and mashed potatoes dish smothered in red wine sauce is out-of-this-world good, and is so easy to make!  

    Get the recipe from FEED ME SEYMOUR

  • Chicken Cacciatore 13 of 16
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    Throw all your ingredients into a pot and let it simmer away- you won't be disappointed with this splendid meal!

    Get the recipe from THE PIONEER WOMAN

  • Chicken Stew With Preserved Lemons And Olives 14 of 16
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    Bits of preserved lemon and olives give bursts of flavor that cut through the meatiness and richness of this amazing stew!

    Get the recipe from SAVORY NOTES

  • Crispy Skin Sake Chicken With Ginger Sauce 15 of 16
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    This flavorful chicken has wonderfully crispy skin and succulent melt-off-the-bone meat!

    Get the recipe from WEEK OF MENUS

  • Drunken Dinners! 16 of 16
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    Grab a bottle of booze and start cooking! These drunken chicken recipes are so good...you'll want to drink them up!

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