Want to Get Married? Engagement Chicken May Be the Recipe for That Proposal 

They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. If that’s true, it stands to reason that if you want your partner to propose, a delicious meal may be the secret sauce that works. Many people claim that a chicken recipe got the job done for them. So if you want your partner to propose, meet your new secret weapon recipe – Engagement Chicken. 

Engagement Chicken is a delicious roast chicken that could get your special someone to pop the question.

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Engagement chicken is a recipe for roast chicken that became popular after it was published in Glamour magazine. It quickly gained popularity and became a cultural phenomenon. According to the legend, if a woman makes the recipe for her partner and serves it to him, he will be so impressed that he will propose marriage to her. The recipe includes a whole chicken, lemons, garlic, salt, pepper, and butter. The chicken is roasted in the oven until it is cooked through and golden brown.

The idea of engagement chicken as a romantic recipe has been widely debated and is often seen as a humorous and somewhat superstitious concept. Some people believe that the recipe’s alleged power to inspire proposals is based on the idea that a woman who is confident in the kitchen and able to cook a delicious meal is also attractive as a potential wife. However, no scientific evidence supports the claim that the recipe has any particular effect on men’s behavior or intentions. Ultimately, the recipe is a tasty and classic way to prepare a roast chicken dinner.

They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Food is a way to show love.

Kim Bonnell, the food editor at Glamour at the time, created the recipe. According to Bonnell, the recipe was based on a dish that her grandmother used to make, and she believed it was a classic and foolproof way to roast a chicken.

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The original recipe calls for a 4- to 5-pound chicken, two lemons, a head of garlic, kosher salt, freshly ground black pepper, and unsalted butter. The chicken is rubbed with lemon and garlic, seasoned with salt and pepper, and roasted in the oven with a generous amount of butter until golden and cooked.

The idea that engagement chicken has a magical power to inspire proposals is mostly a tongue-in-cheek concept popularized by media coverage and celebrity endorsements. Many women have claimed they made the recipe and received marriage proposals soon afterward. Some celebrities, such as Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart, have praised the recipe and even made it on their cooking shows. Meghan Markle may have gotten her Prince to propose when she made engagement chicken. Even Howard Stern claims that his now-wife’s chicken dish put a spell on him.

Engagement Chicken is a recipe that was first published in Glamour. Check out this book, 100 Recipes Every Woman Should Know, for additional recipes to kick up romantic heat.

Some recipe variations have since been created, including a version with herbs and another with a honey-mustard glaze. However, the original recipe remains the most popular and iconic version of engagement chicken.

I must confess that I have my version of engagement chicken that my mother passed down to me, and I made it for my husband before we were engaged. I’m not sure if the chicken dish got him to propose, but I know that when he’s in the mood for some comfort food, he’ll ask me to make my “special chicken.” 

100 Recipes Every Woman Should Know includes a recipe for Engagement Chicken and other romantic meal essentials such as Forget the Mistake You Made at Work Margarita and Let’s Make a Baby Pasta.

Whether or not the recipe has any special romantic powers, it is still a delicious and easy way to prepare a classic roast chicken dinner. So even if you’re not looking to get engaged anytime soon, it’s worth trying out the recipe and seeing if it lives up to the hype.

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