Saturday, March 23, 2013

CSI: Case #2 - The Perpetrated Recipe

Second case solved!
And once again, the murderer (which we strongly think is a 'she') had left the crime scene with clear physical evidence.

Evidence nr. 1: the victim, a chicken
Evidence nr. 2: sweet and sour sauce, hot
Evidence nr. 3: sesame seeds
Evidence nr. 4: skewers

1 chicken breast
3 tbsp sweet and sour sauce
sesame seeds
salt and pepper

Crime weapon

Modus operandi
The chicken breast was dismembered into medium pieces which were seasoned with salt and pepper. Then put in a bowl and marinated with the sweet and sour sauce for at least a couple of hours in the fridge. When ready, they were put on skewers, three or four pieces in each skewer depending on the size. Finally, and before they were cooked in a pan with two tablespoons of oil (just enough to avoid sticking), the murderer dipped them into a plate with sesame seeds to cover them completely and fried them, turning each side each 2-3 minutes.

The motive: more than likely greediness. Until next CSI case!


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