Spicy Rhubarb Vodka Chicken

March 20, 2017
Spicy rhubarb vodka chicken

Spicy rhubarb vodka chicken is a tasty and delicious chicken recipe with a slight kick. It is very quick and easy to make.

Mother’s Day will soon be here. It is a great chance to treat your mum and buy her a gift to show how much you appreciate her. Why not venture into the kitchen and cook a special meal for her? Most mums spend a lot of time in the kitchen cooking. What could be nicer than giving your mum the evening off to relax and enjoy a meal made for her? It is a great way to get your kids into the kitchen and learning about cooking as well. After all everyone needs to know how to cook.

If you really want to spoil your mum you could also make a lovely cake for dessert.  Hummingbird cupcakes are also really easy to make and the perfect cupcake for Spring. The blend of pineapple and banana makes a lovely sweet end to a meal. If you are really clever you could ice little hummingbirds on them and really wow your mum. You may also want to get your mum a gift for Mother’s Day so why not have a look at some of my ideas for luxury Mother’s Day gifts.

Spicy Rhubarb Vodka Chicken

If you really want to impress your mum with a flavourful main course why not try making spicy rhubarb vodka chicken. It is really quick and easy to make but tastes as if you have put lots of work into it. Children could help to make this as it is so easy. The key to the flavour is in the preparation. The marinade should be made well ahead of time and the chicken left in it to soak it in. It is best to leave the chicken to marinade overnight. If that is not possible soaking it a few hours will let the flavours develop. After the chicken has been marinaded you just need to cook is slowly in a frying pan. The marinade will reduce and form a sticky coating on the chicken which tastes amazing. It goes really well with a serving of sweet potato fries.

Spicy rhubarb vodka chicken

The secret to the marinade is the addition of vodka. In this marinade my vodka of choice was Chase Rhubarb Vodka from 31 Dover. Chase Rhubarb vodka has a stunning pink colour which comes from the slow cooked Herefodshire rhubarb infused into it. This gives is a lovely subtle sweetness which works really well in this chicken recipe. It is also nice in a cheeky cocktail as well. Mix with a little champagne and a vanilla pod to create a cocktail that tastes like rhubarb crumble.
Vodka chicken make with Chase Rhubarb Vodka
The perfect Mother’s day meal should be accompanied by the perfect drink. 31 Dover, the online drinks delivery company, have a great range of drinks that will suit any mum. They do next day delivery as well so you can even get a last minute gift. Whether your mum likes champagne, gin or wine you will find something perfect for her.


Spicy Rhubarb Vodka Chicken Recipe

Spicy Rhubarb Vodka Chicken

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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A light fresh delicately spiced chicken recipe.


  • 4 chicken breasts
  • 3 tbsp dried oregano
  • 1 tbsp ground black pepper
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 80 ml rhubarb vodka
  • 80 ml soy sauce
  • 80 ml Kecap Manis or sweet chilli sauce


  1. Peel and chop the garlic into small pieces
  2. Mix together all the ingredients for the marinade into a bowl
  3. Chop the chicken into chunks and stir into the marinade
  4. Leave to marinade in the fridge overnight
  5. Heat some oil in a large pan
  6. Add the chicken and marinade and cook slowly until the marinade is absorbed and the chicken is cooked.


Why not pin the recipe to try later?

Spicy rhubarb vodka chicken. A really easy chicken recipe where the chicken is marinaded in a mixture of vodka, soy sauce and honey for a gorgeous taste


What are you cooking for your mum this Mother’s day? Let me know below.

I was sent the rhubarb vodka to try out in a recipe. My opinions are honest and my own.

2 responses to “Spicy Rhubarb Vodka Chicken”

  1. such a great dish…wonderful Alison..makes my mouth water…love it all..xx

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