This beer chicken is one of those recipes that calls for bread, a lot of bread. Because the sauce that forms is magnificent. So good that it makes you want to eat it by the spoonful. With the WMF super fast cooker, the chicken is very juicy and it takes so little to make it, it's almost laughable to say it. 15 minutes from start to finish. Funny right? Well, that's how it's done.

To prepare it we have used chicken thighs , but it can also be made with a whole chicken, chopped, with drumsticks or with larger pieces. In the latter case, extending the cooking time for a few minutes so that they remain at their point.

It is a very tasty dish, perfect for daily. Although if we serve it with a lustrous garnish, it may well be the star of a celebration menu.

Perfect WMF super fast cooker and Pallarès Solsona fork and spoon

Ingredients

  • 4 chicken thighs, with skin and bone
  • Salt
  • ground black pepper
  • A tablespoon of wheat flour
  • 20 ml of extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 onion
  • 3 carrots
  • 250 ml of beer

Preparation

  1. Season the chicken thighs with salt and pepper and pass them through the flour.
  2. Heat the extra virgin olive oil in the 3-litre WMF pot . Brown the chicken over high heat on all sides. We withdraw and reserve.
  3. Using a sharp knife, peel and julienne the onion. We also peel the carrot and cut it into large pieces.
  4. Add to the pot and fry over medium heat for a couple of minutes.
  5. Add the chicken to the pot, season to taste and water with the beer.
  6. As soon as the whole starts to boil, we cover the pot and wait for the valve to rise. When the second ring appears, lower the heat to medium-low and cook for 8 minutes.
  7. After the time has elapsed, we stop the heat and wait for the pot to depressurize on its own before opening.
  8. Now all that remains is to remove the meat and large pieces of vegetables to blend the sauce with the help of a blender if desired (to make it thicker), and serve.
Slow Cooker Beer Chicken Recipe

Author of the recipe: Carmen de Tia Alia

Comments

Carmen said:

¿Cuándo se añade la harina?

Sevebrau said:

Nos encantan este tipo de recetas tan exquisitas. Incluir la cerveza como uno de los ingredientes principales es ideal para conseguir una salsa deliciosa. Por suerte, existen un montón de tipos de cerveza diferentes, para que puedas elegir el estilo que más se ajuste a tus necesidades y a tus distintos platos. En https://www.sevebrau.com/ puedes encontrar una gran variedad de ideas.

MCrmen said:

Yo lo hago pero lleva paté que hace que la salsa espese sin necesidad de añadir harina

Una casa con vistas said:

Parece que no es nada complicada de hacer la receta. Me la apunto!

Pili Benito Gracia said:

Me encanta vuestra receta yo la hago igual pero con cava

Augusto said:

Que linda receta. Pregunta, qué tipo de cerveza lleva? Rubia o negra? Saludos

LILY said:

Se ve bien!!!!, solo le agregaría un pedacito de ají y ya esta en su punto de caramelo…gracias buena idea!!!

Begoña said:

Al llevar alcohol,¿ pueden tomarlo los niños?

Gracias.

Rufino paz said:

Quizas a,ñadir alguna hierba aromatica y rehogar ajo con la cebolla

Belen said:

La receta es riquísima yo también le añado unas patatas y están buenísimas

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