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Baked or Broiled?
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Is better to bake or broil  depending  or what's  being  especially something like chicken   instead of  frying ? It reduces  fat intake  and cholesterol i
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Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 2/13/2011 8:37 AM EST
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I sure wish I would get brave enough to go buy a bbq grill ..........

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 2/15/2011 12:14 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Baked or Broiled?: What kind of rotisserie did you buy?

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 2/15/2011 11:56 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Baked or Broiled?:
I sure wish I would get brave enough to go buy a bbq grill ..........
Posted by Nancy G


Nancy ,I have a Farberware open hearth grill for inside the house.It also has a rotisserie.I couldn't tell you where to buy one because I have bought four of them all second hand for around ten dollars a piece,one for me the two boys and my brother I know they sold for around a hundred dollars.I also have had some ceramic grills for indoors.For yourself that is all you would need.This are fairly inexpensive.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 2/20/2011 7:33 AM EST
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I was never crazy about fried foods anyway.  But as I got older the grease got even harder for my system to handle.  So I mainly bake chicken now.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 2/20/2011 8:06 AM EST
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I bake my chicken coat it  with egg and onion rings I put foil in the pan spray it with oil turn the chicken   half way It is very good,

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 3/11/2012 4:18 PM EDT
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 GRANA  here;
For  a more  flavorful lower fat chicken:
 peel off  & discard skin
Soak  ( naturally ower fat ) white mearchicken pieces overnight in a seasoned" buttermilk" solution:
add 1 TBS. vinegar tand  1/2 to 1 tsp Tobasco(HOT)  sauce to taste to 1 cup of evaporated milk , stir & let rest till it thickens  like buttermilk( 5 minutes or so) Refrigerate vernight, at least 4 hours)
Coat all sides w/ breacrumbs( seasoned to taste ) or not.
Bake on a foil lined sheet@400' for10-20 minutes, till thoroughly  cooked) depeding on the  thicknss & temperature of your uncooked chicken pieces.
Serve hot w/ a salad or cole slaw for a  lower fat  crunchy  meal
 serve fresh fruit & cokies for dessert,of course!
ENJOY

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 3/11/2012 6:15 PM EDT
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I don't fry anything.  I bake everything.  It is healthier.  Sometimes I will BBQ some things when the weather is conducive to doing so.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 3/23/2012 8:06 AM EDT
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My "fried" chicken is done in a skillet on top of the stove.  The skillet is lightly brushed with olive oil, so I guess it isn't really frying.  Of course the chicken isn't really crispy, but I shake it in a flavorful mix and I think it is just as good as fried.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 3/23/2012 9:49 AM EDT
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I like doing chicken in a mixture of breadcrumbs and cheese.  A Parmesan or Romano are good.  Both a bit hard so they don't melt and get gooey, although there is nothing wrong with gooey cheese, I love it.  the breadcrumbs and cheese make a nice crunchy coating.  I bake the chicken and the coating gets crispy crunchy so it tastes and sounds like it has been fried.
I do take the skin off the chicken when I do this.  I love crispy chicken skin but there is so much fat that I just have to remove it.
I think the only time I do leave the skin on is when I do chicken with lemon, oregano, rosemary. I even slice up a lemon and bake that with the chicken.  Toss in a few sliced potatoes and bake them with the chicken.  A simple salad and you have a great easy meal.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 3/23/2012 10:47 AM EDT
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In this thread, 2/13/2011, I said I wish I had a BBQ grill......... That summer I bought one!  I don't use it in the winter cold but it's ready to go again now.  I'm not comfortable with it yet but I'm trying.  And I know I fry too much  Embarassed

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 3/23/2012 11:36 AM EDT
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Check out the new "Kraft Fresh Take Cheese & Breadcrumb Mix".  No fuss....delicious!!  Just coat and bake.  Love it!!  They have different flavors (the cheeses and spices are different) and those I have tried are delicious! 

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 3/23/2012 1:27 PM EDT
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I do both and smetimes I fry

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 5/6/2012 3:47 PM EDT
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I use my crockpot a lot of the time.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 5/6/2012 4:50 PM EDT
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I prefer to bake!

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 6/1/2012 3:11 PM EDT
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I haven't broiled anything in 30 years, baking is my style.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 7/20/2012 4:30 AM EDT
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I make my bacon in the broiler.it comes out super crisp the way I like it.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 7/20/2012 7:27 AM EDT
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Baking and broiling are both great choices.  You can slso saute food in chicken broth.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 7/28/2012 7:58 AM EDT
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I very rarely fry anything. I like to grill outside, but have found that sometimes using the oven to bake or broil is necessary. I love oven roasted lamb and roast beef, but the grill usually is wonderful and most of the fats are gone and the meat can still remain juicy.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 7/28/2012 2:27 PM EDT
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My choice is to bake as much as I can.  It seems to me that everything is more tender if it is baked.

Re: Baked or Broiled?

posted at 7/28/2012 3:42 PM EDT
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I fry sometimes ut do a lot of baking
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