Roast chicken Tabaka
Roast chicken Tabaka is one of the most popular dishes of the former USSR. The recipe for fried chicken with garlic, pepper and spices is inspired by the Georgian and Turkish cuisine.
- 1 whole chicken
- 150 g butter
- 2 tbsp curry or spice for chicken
- 50 ml of olive oil
The dish "Roast Chicken Tabaka" actually means "Roast Chicken Tapaka", which is derived from the Georgian word tapha, meaning "frying pan". Tapha is a flat Georgian frying pan and our chicken is actually fried in a pan in which it is flattened and covered with a heavy load or heavy lid.
For this dish you should use a young chicken weighing about 500 g up to a maximum of 1 kg. To be able to flatten the bird in the pan, you can crush it carefully with a meat tenderizer under a cling film. Thus, the big surface of the chicken will cover the entire pan.