This dish is named for the spice mixture, which is called "bajan", and is Barbados-style. This is afried chicken dish, but I've tried baking it.
It's a little bit better for you that way, but it can dry outeasily; be careful. I came across this one in The Whole Chile Pepper Book.
[Omit this step if bakingcover the chicken in water and simmer for 30 minutes or until tenderskimming off any foam that forms. Remove and drain.]
Combine the chiles, green onions, garlic, lime juice, parsley or cilantro, cloves (or cinnamon) andground pepper. Cut deep gashes in the chicken
and fill with the mixture. Secure open end with atoothpick to keep the stuffing from falling out.Beat the egg and combine with the soy sauce and pepper
sauce. Lightly dust the chicken withflour, dip in the egg mixture and roll in the bread crumbs.Heat the oil to 375 degrees and fry the chicken until golden
brown, 3-4 minutes on each side.Don't forget to remove the toothpick before serving ...
From: The Whole Chile Pepper Book
Posted By:The Exotic Kitchen
Post Date: 2/17/98
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