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    Question:Zesty Lemon Pepper Chicken

    Tue Nov 27, 2012 1:26 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Zesty Lemon Pepper Chicken

    This looks yummy. I think something was omitted or misworded.....What do you do with the lemon zest? The instructions say to put the lemon rind in when you bake it. Do you mean lemon zest? I just want to make sure. I also noticed that your last sentence ends with and.... as if you were going to say something else.
    Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:29 pm Groupie
    Hi, archytype. Ask a Question posts in the Q & A Forum. To contact the contributor, use the arrow next to the name and select Contact This Chef.
    Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:37 pm
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    You first put the zest and the juice in a bowl, and then you add the rest of the ingredients to it - steps 2 and 3. The rind - really the juiced shells - are put into the baking pan for whatever flavor they add, then are discarded.

    The last sentence just refers to possible sides and is not really necessary as respects the recipe itself.
    DAR Lady
    Tue Nov 27, 2012 3:21 pm Groupie
    Hi archytype, I love the flavor of lemon/pepper on chicken and after I bought one from Publix I started using just the lemon pepper seasoning to coat my chicken in before I fried or baked it. It's really good and I also make a regular cream gravy with the drippings from the pan after cooking and put a teaspoon or so into the roux as I lightly brown it before I add the milk. I hardly make plain gravy anymore icon_biggrin.gif Give it a try next time you fry or bake some chicken.
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