Large 15000 dollar chicken

$15,000 Chicken

This recipe was named by a friend of mine, as the only good thing I got out of my first marriage, and the $15,000 dollars it cost me. We all thought this was hilarious.

It is a personal favorite of mine (and everyone I give it to).

It's really simple, but really, really tasty.

Yield: 4 Large Chicken Breasts

Featured Ingredients

Our mild Cajun seasoning has a nice level of heat, enough to add some zip to your food but mild enough for those who don’t want too much.... Size Options
$6.49 Glass jar, 1/2 cup (wt. 2.5 oz)

$15,000 Chicken Recipe

Preparation Instructions

Cut chicken breasts into required sized pieces, and place in a single layer in a large dish.

Pour a generous amount of olive oil over the chicken. Pour a slightly less generous amount of Worcestershire sauce over the chicken. Then, sprinkle on the Cajun seasoning to cover the chicken. Let sit to marinate.

After approximately 10 minutes, turn all the chicken over, and again, sprinkle Cajun seasoning to cover the chicken.

Cook, preferably on the grill, and enjoy.

Yield: 4 Large Chicken Breasts
Helpful Hints

This recipe is also great with small pieces of chicken, onions, and peppers grilled on skewers.


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Christina J

I marinated the chicken a bit longer, then grilled it. Very good! In fact, I'm making it again tonight!


inject - especially if you're going to grill
chicken - even for smaller pieces use an
injector - you'll be amazed at the difference
even for a 'watery by La. standards' (sorry)

Gloria L

A very delicious chicken breast, especially considering how easy it was to make. An excellent choice for chicken salad or greens salad topped with chicken. By using salt free seasoning, you can put as much seasoning on as you want for flavor and still control the amount of sodium. Just add a pinch of salt. I will definitely be make this again and again.

Rick C

Average, not something I would cook twice