Yes it is tasty, and easy to make.
However, part of why it's easy for me is that I've been doing it for a while so I can estimate how long it needs to cook.
Here's what I basically do:
>thaw chicken parts, usually a whole breast or whole leg, the bigger the size the longer it takes to cook.. pat dry if wet>puncture chicken with fork or knife about 5-10 times in different places depending on size (lets juices and blood flow out easily)>rub some salt and a bit of oil over the chicken>you can also clean and prepare some potatoes if you want some baked potatoes as well>preheat oven>now put chicken and potatoes in and after 20-25 minutes, turn the chicken and wait for another 20-25 minutes>in the last 8-12 minutes, check if the chicken is cooked, if it is cooked, add in finely chopped: garlic, ginger, onions on the chicken
That's basically it. You may want to put melted butter instead of just oil, and add in other spices as you want.
Maybe on your first few tries you should be watching over it to make sure nothing gets burnt, and at the same time get a feeling of how long it takes.
For me, I get to do whatever I want while waiting for it to cook. I would cook this for a bf, and they don't have to know how easy it is.
The drained fat/oil (some of it per dish) can be used for frying or to make soup-based dishes or even gravy if you want.
>beef stew with bone marrow>how is it like?
Pic related is how it generally looks like. I have to boil the meat for a long time to make the meat soft and tender to chew. The marrow is very tasty.