This is a very easy and tasty chicken dish, thanks to the wonderful creamy mustard sauce. To make the dish richer,use margarine or butter instead of the cooking spray. You can also use whipping cream instead of the fat-free half and half. You can use any type of mushroom, depending on your preference. I like baby bellas.
After trying an old Dijon recipe; I came up with one of our family favorites. I added capers and peas. My family loves it and I get great reviews everytime I serve this dish. It can also be used as a pasta sauce.
This recipe is a combination of a Southern Living Recipe and my Grandmother's recipe. I used short cuts when they worked and this is a recipe that my whole family loves. Even when older kids leave for college, they beg to take some of this with them! All ages love this and the house smells great! Great comfort food! Line your oven with foil paper; there is a lot of filling. Or you can divide it and make one pot pie for now and one for later!
This is out of "The Backyard Barbecue Cookbook" We don't really care for drumsticks so I used this on skinless chicken breasts. Worked great. I have it marked "excellent!" in the book. You can add a little chili sauce if you prefer it hotter. Hope you enjoy! Cooking time does include 1 hour marinating.
This is the way I do my rotisserie chicken on my outdoor grill, and I most always do two or three whole chickens, you may use a larger roaster chicken in place of the fryers or even a small turkey but cooking time will need to be increased, I have stated to cook until internal temperature reaches 180 degrees, I most always remove slightly before that as the chicken/s will continue to cook after removing, I use seasoned salt but white salt will do just fine :)
Someone gave me this recipe a few years back and it's become a household favorite. You can use mild, medium or hot salsa depending on your taste. I usually serve it with Spanish rice and Mexican-style canned corn. Very easy and quick!
This one is from my 1972 Sunset Mexican cookbook. Everyone has their preconceptions. One which is quite common in many places of the world is that the Swiss are all dairy farmers, a la Heidi. So it's only natural for the Mexicans, who have far fewer dairies, to name this dish in honor of that far away and mystic land. Be that as it may, this is one incredible dish, a real diet buster!
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