Meat lovers across the world love chicken dishes! In fact, the taste of chicken dishes has fascinated food lovers since ancient times. It has been depicted in Babylonian carvings from around 600 BC that Chicken was used as meat. The chicken was also one of the most common meats available in the Middle Ages. Blancmange, a stew usually made of chicken and fried onions cooked in milk and seasoned with spices and sugar, was common during this age.
There are so many different ways to marinate, season, coat, and fry chicken which have been tested and tried out in different parts of the world. Chicken has become the all-pervasive food of the world, crossing multiple cultural boundaries with ease. It has a mild taste and uniform texture and it is flexible to cater to the flavor palette of almost any cuisine.
Chicken can be prepared in different ways like baking, Grilled Chicken, barbecuing, frying, and boiling & prepared chicken has become a staple of fast food over the years. Chicken is high in protein & low in calories as well as rich in essential vitamins like iron, zinc, and vitamin B. With lower concentrations of cholesterol and saturated fat, chicken is more healthful than red meat and is more widely consumed than any other meat.
Chicken remains a nostalgic, poignant dish for most Americans and Britons. Kentucky Fried Chicken revolutionized the cuisine in America first and then spread to different parts of the world.
Chicken dishes assume diverse tastes across the world. If the chicken is marinated first in citrus juices and spices and then fried, it becomes Guatemalan fried chicken. The Japanese bathe it in soy sauce, ginger, and garlic & dredge it in potato starch to make the Japanese Tatsuta-age. For Korean fried chicken, twice fry it and then coat it in a thick, sweetened chili paste.
Indian palate goes for spicier versions of chicken. Indian dishes like Butter chicken and Chicken Tikka masala have become all-time favorite dishes worldwide.
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