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Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/1/2012 3:14 PM EST
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Chicken is still affordable and healthier than some other meat choices do you have a great chicken recipe that you would care to share?

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/1/2012 4:43 PM EST
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Just stir fry what chicken (all cut into bite size pieces) you have in a lightly oiled skillet.  Dump it out onto some paper towels.  Chop whatever fresh veggies you have on hand - carrots, cabbage,celery, brocc, etc - and toss those in the skilled .... fry for just a minute or so.  Add the chicken back into the skillet.  Throw in a bit of soy sauce, chicken broth and dry sherry -if you want - stir that until it's boiling and thicken with some corn starch stirred in water.

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posted at 3/1/2012 5:12 PM EST
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I like to make "oven fried chicken" since it has less fat than actual fried chicken.

I use finely crushed cracker crumbs or a dry toast found in the bread crumb isle.  Put the crumbs in one pan, and a mix of beaten egg and mustard, salt and pepper in another pan.  Dip the chicken in the egg mixture.  Then roll in the crumbs and lay on a baking sheet.  Spray a fine mist of oil over the chicken (I use olive oil) and bake until the liquid runs clear and the chicken has no pink meat.  The spray of oil crisps up the chicken.  I don't use chicken with the skin on, but I imagine the skin would get nicely crisp.

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/1/2012 5:13 PM EST
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Correction to my post, the dry toast is found in the isle with crackers, I believe.  I think it is called Melba toast.  This can be pricey so crackers can work just as well, as long as they are finely crushed in a food processor or blender.

Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/2/2012 10:20 AM EST
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Thank you for your recipes.I make a nice roast chicken. I washed and pat dry a small roasting chicken I then seasoned the chicken inside with dried rosemary,seasoned salt.one whole head of garlic with the top sliced off and a lemon or two cut in half.I rubbed the outside of the bird with a little olive oil,seasoned salt,garlic powder and dried rosemary.Wash,peel and cut in half ( leave the skin on if you like) enough potatoes for how many servings you desire,grease the bottom of a 13x9 baking dish or roasting pan.place the potatoes cut side down in the pan lay the chicken on the potatoes breast side down,when brown flip the bird over on it's back to finish roasting.By doing this the breast meat will stay moist.and the chicken will be brown and crispy on both sides.I roast uncovered @325* until the juices run clear and the bird is done to your liking,if the chicken is browning too fast you can tent it with foil.Serve with a cooked veggie and a salad.

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posted at 3/3/2012 9:56 AM EST
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i also like to oven fry my chicken
but i use bone-in chicken---------------salt pepper flour-----or whatever spices you prefer-----to coat the chicken-------i put cooking oil in a glass baking dish (it's much easier to clean up) put the chicken in and bake at 350 for about an hour-----------the best part is scraping up the crusty stuff in the pan

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posted at 3/5/2012 1:40 AM EST
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We enjoy BBQ Chicken Packets. On a sheet of foil, place a boneless, skinless chicken breast. Top with lots of bbq sauce, sliced shallots, pepper rings, and a pineapple slice. Fold up all sides of the foil, leaving an air pocket on the top. Place on the barbecue for about 15 minutes.

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posted at 3/5/2012 6:13 AM EST
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I have the best fried chicken recipe.

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/5/2012 10:11 AM EST
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I have the best fried chicken recipe.
Posted by Maryann O


Hi Maryann,I'm looking for a great fried chicken recipe would you please share?

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posted at 3/5/2012 12:32 PM EST
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I like chicken but I just fry it with lemmon pepper on it

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 10:24 AM EDT
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I often fix my chicken with the same sauce posted earlier that I used for pork tenderloin.  I lightly fry the chicken and mix the apricot or peach jam with salsa.  If I have OJ, I add a little to the sauce.  Here again, you can make it more salsa tasting or slightly sweeter, depending on how you add the salsa and jam.  Simmer this together with the chicken until the chicken is cooked through.  You can actually cook the chicken through first then add the sauce, though I simmer it all together until the chicken is done.

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 11:41 AM EDT
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Hi Bakery -- thanks again.  This is one I'll try very soon.  The pork is sooooo good.  I bet the chicken is too.

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 12:26 PM EDT
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I follow the recipe found inside of Land O Lakes butter.  It's YUMMO!!  You can also use that same recipe EXCEPT, spread the chicken first with a bit of Mayo....continue with recipe.....that's also YUMMO!!

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 1:31 PM EDT
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Hey Darla --- I don't have any Land 0 Lakes butter.  Would you please post that recipe here?  Thanks

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 3:16 PM EDT
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I often fix my chicken with the same sauce posted earlier that I used for pork tenderloin.  I lightly fry the chicken and mix the apricot or peach jam with salsa.  If I have OJ, I add a little to the sauce.  Here again, you can make it more salsa tasting or slightly sweeter, depending on how you add the salsa and jam.  Simmer this together with the chicken until the chicken is cooked through.  You can actually cook the chicken through first then add the sauce, though I simmer it all together until the chicken is done.
Posted by Bakery1 G


This sounds good Bakery 1 G.I'm going to make this with pork the next time I buy a loin.I really think hubby and son will like this over rice.Thanks for sharing.

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posted at 3/17/2012 4:53 PM EDT
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I had the best chicken dinner.

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 5:10 PM EDT
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I do a quick version of a favorite that we get at a Mexican restaurant.
I slice chicken into strips.  About 2 to 3 inches long and about 1 inch wide.  It all depends on how many you are feeding with how much chicken.
I slice a big onion into strips and a pepper into strips.  Keep them about the same size as the chicken. I also slice a few jalapeno peppers as well.
Sauté the chicken until lightly browned.  Remove the chicken and add the veggies to the pan and sauté them just until they are almost tender.
Add the chicken back into the pan and add 1/2 jar of your favorite salsa.  Hot or mild.
Cover and place in the oven on low heat. (you can leave it on the stove but you don't have to watch it in the oven.)
Make rice using the rest of the salsa as part of the liquid for the rice.
When the rice is almost done add a bit of cheese to the pan of chicken in the oven and keep the cover off to let the cheese melt.  Use what ever type of cheese you like. Co-Jack is good Pepper-Jack or cheddar, almost any will go or just omit the cheese.

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 5:50 PM EDT
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This is a chicken recipe I think I found in Good Housekeeping more than 20 years ago.  It's very good.

CHICKEN WAIKIKI

2 whole chicken breasts
2 whole chicken leg
(I use skinless, boneless breasts cut into small strips)
flour, salt, pepper and oil
20 oz can sliced pineapple in heavy syrup
(I use the very small chopped pineapple)
1 cup sugar
2 Tblsp corn starch
3/4 cup cider vinegar
1 Tblsp soy sauce
(I use a lot more soy)
1/4 tsp ground ginger
(I use a lot more ginger)
1 chicken boullion cube
(I use chicken broth instead)
1 large green pepper cut into 1/4" circles
(I add sliced carrot, mushrooms and LOTS of onion)
Coat chicken w/flour and brown on all sides. Put in shallow roasting pan, add s&p.
Preheat oven to 350.
Make sauce: Drain pineapple, pouring sauce into 2 cup measure. Add water to make
1 1/4 cups (I use chicken broth instead of water and omit chicken boullion). In medium
pan combine cornstarch, pineapple syrup, vinegar, soy sauce, ginger and boullion cube.
Bring to a boil stirring. Boil two minutes.
Pour over chicken. Bake 30 minutes. Add pineapple and green pepper (and all the other
stuff) bake 30 minutes longer. Serve over white rice.
Because I use the cut-up chicken I don't bake it this long.  Sometimes I just stir-fry it
all on top of the stove.


Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 5:59 PM EDT
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I usually buy skinless boneless chicken breasts at Costco.  They are in packages of 2 and freeze well.  When we want an easy chicken dinner, I pull a package out of the freezer, thaw, and marinate in Lawry's bottled Lemon Pepper or some other flavor marinade that sounds good.  My husband barbecues them.  Very Easy! Low in calories too.  We live in California, so we can barbecue nearly year round.

Re: Chicken Recipes?

posted at 3/17/2012 9:10 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Chicken Recipes?:
I follow the recipe found inside of Land O Lakes butter.  It's YUMMO!!  You can also use that same recipe EXCEPT, spread the chicken first with a bit of Mayo....continue with recipe.....that's also YUMMO!!
Posted by Darla M


Hi Darla, was it the herbed parmesan chicken breast? That one I have made a few times and it is very tasty.
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