Penn Yan Chicken

I think that this recipe was actually originally called Cornell Chicken because my mom’s family was from Cornell, New York. My mom is from Penn Yan, NY so my siblings and I have always known it as Penn Yan Chicken. Usually the chicken is bbq’d, but since I don’t have a bbq, I bake it at 375 for about 35 minutes.

The recipe has vegetable oil, cider vinegar, pepper, salt, an egg, and poultry seasoning. I usually marinate the chicken for about an hour, as you can see below.

I then put the sauce and the chicken in a glass pan and cook the chicken. Usually I serve the chicken with vegetables and some other sides. It has tons of flavor and is really juicy, but is also a much healthier option than traditional bbq sauce.

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