WATCH: Oprah Explains Her Priceless Reaction To Million Dollar Chicken Recipe

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Oprah's explains her awkward silence after eating a million dollar worth chicken 

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

In 2006, things took an awkward turn for legendary talk show host Oprah Winfrey when she had a bite of chicken's whose recipe was worth a million dollars on her show. 

Anna Ginsberg, had won a Pillsbury Bake-Off for her chicken recipe called 'Spinach and Baked Chicken' in that year. She had won a million dollars as prize money for her chicken recipe.

Ginsberg was later invited to the show where made her recipe alongside Oprah.

But things took a hilarious twist after Oprah tasted the chicken.

After preparing the dish, Oprah took a bite of the chicken, and is immediately asked by Ginseberg. "do you like it?". Moments pass by and Oprah is unable to reply. it appears that Oprah is doing through an ordeal on what to tell Ginsberg.

The conversation that follows only adds to the tension of the moment.

Watch Oprah's reaction after eating the chicken.

The tweet went viral and got insanely funny reactions :

Oprah has now explained her reaction on her Instagram page.

She said: “I always wanted anybody who came on the show, no matter what they did, to have a good experience. And I also wanted to stay in my own truth while allowing them to have that good experience. I was having a moment of trying to decide, Do I want her to have a great time? What is my real moment of truth?,” Oprah explains. “Because the truth for me was that I am used to having salt and pepper on my chicken. That’s just the truth. That’s what I was thinking: this chicken needs some salt and pepper.”

Watch her explaining the reaction on her Instagram page:




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