BBQ Can Chicken, Which is the Best??!

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Here’s a experiment you can do at home… and its delicious!

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On this video, three types of can beverages: Beer, Wine and Cola, which is the best liquid to generate that extra umph to your roasted chicken, pinatayo sa lata style. Though the original may have an edge on familiarity, the sweet notes of the cola may add a silver lining for those kainuman with a bit of a sweet tooth. And dont shy away from the wine,  its robust flavor profile coupled with the complexities of its tartness and savoriness may earn your chicken that winning distinct flavor. Are you up for this experiment? Share your experience with us. Cheers!

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