We eat so much chicken, I'm surprised we aren't clucking instead of talking! Since we haven't sprouted feathers yet, I guess I'm not too worried. Gotta run, though...it's time for our feed. I meant food...
These are just like the ones served at restaurants and there great to serve at a get together although you will need to increase the amounts if you are feeding a crowd, I use Heinz hickory-flavor BBQ sauce but any brand will do as long as it is hickory flavor, if you like some heat then add in 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper to the flour mixture, serve with fries and coleslaw :)---- these are *very* good, I have made them many times.
I got this recipe from a friend and it is a huge hit in our house! We make mashed potatos with this dish and pour the sauce all over it. We sometimes make more sauce to have for this dish since it is so yummy!
This chicken recipe is so easy, I hesitated in posting it. But I couldn't find it posted here, and it's so good, I thought I'd share it. It's my favorite way to bake chicken because it's moist and tender every time and the flavor is delicious!
This chicken is absolutely delicious, it can also be made on the grill or in the oven broiler, just remember to keep basting with sauce while cooking. For the sauce, you can saute 1 onion and 2 tablespoons fresh minced garlic in a couple tablespoon butter for about 3-4 minutes before adding in the other ingredients if desired.
If you like Balsamic vinegar you will love this. If you are a little skittish you may want to add the vinegar in small portions and taste test. As posted this really pops with flavor.
I serve this with angel hair pasta and green beans.
This is a gorgeous dish that is super simple and tastes delicious. If you want an impressive-looking dish, try this. I used to work at a great little health spa/resort where this was served regularly. I hope you enjoy it! (Note: You can use bottled Parmesan Cheese Dressing in place of the mixture here if you can find it.)
I love this chicken recipe--after messing around with oil fried chicken, I found this recipe and it's exactly what I was looking for, darn close to "real" fried chicken without the hassle of oil frying. There is marinating time, but otherwise super easy. Don't be intimidated by th amount of hot pepper sauce in the marinade, the chicken will pick up only some of the heat.
Another favorite from "More Fat Free & Ultra Low Fat Recipes from Doris' Kitchen" by Doris Cross in Stillwater, OK. I have never tried the gravy myself. If you follow the instructions the chicken is yummy.
This recipe is one that I came up with one day while trying to make something different. All of the alfredo-type sauces that I've tasted are too thick, heavy and rich and even with all of that....they never have enough flavor. This dish is something you can make after coming home tired from work because it's easy, tastes amazing and you can eyeball the ingredients according to how much less or more you want to make or how thick you want your sauce to be.
I loved this when I ate out at a couple steak houses...I tried to replicate it and this is the closest I've got! My husband now begs me to make it more often now. :)
This is normally 2 servings, but can be quite large. You can cut each breast in half to make 4 servings and still get the same results.
Great with steamed broccoli (or broccoli and cheese) and baked potato with all the fixin's!
My mom used to make this all the time when I was a kid. She'd save the crumbs left at the end of every bag of Lays potato chips until she had enough to make this. This is such a fun way to eat chicken! The quantities here are approximate, to give you an idea.
There are a gazillion recipes for this, but I searched them all, and none are just like mine. My kids' absolute favorite. I get requests for this dish all the time....soooo good with potatoes and green beans!