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Awesome, and yes it supposed to be THAT brown! Please plan ahead, needs to marinate several hours or overnight. (Cook time does NOT reflect marinating) Serving size is estimated due to the type of chicken pieces you choose, I used split chicken breasts.

Recipe #127906

You can have fun with this one! Create and personalize your own spice blends. Try other ingredients such as cocoa powder, cayenne pepper, jerk seasonings, mustard powder,orange zest.... the list goes on. I found this recipe in a pamplet from Foster Farms. Hope you enjoy it also.

Recipe #128288

2 Reviews |  By CindiJ

After reading an advertisment for bottled BBQ sauce (prefer my own from scratch)...I thought this might be worth a try. Several attempts later I think I may have it!

Recipe #128839

This is my family's favourite butter chicken recipe - it came about after my youngest son stayed at a friends house and they bought Indian take-away. Youngest says this is just like the one he had at his friend's. This is one of favourite dishes. Although quite often thought to be an Indian dish this recipe was actually developed in the UK.

Recipe #86753

I got this out of BHG Make Ahead Cookbook from 1971. These use some convenience mixes that you probably could make yourself without much trouble. I will post it as it is in the cookbook however!

Recipe #129464

Another take on one of those great low fat recipes from the Podleski sisters. This one gives you extra-tasty oven barbecued chicken thighs.

Recipe #51230

Unusual and very good. The bourbon gives the sauce a very distinctive flavor.

Recipe #117751

A sweet sauce with chicken and pineapple. Put on top of cooked rice, and it's super duper yummy.

Recipe #117860

Very yummy, fairly easy to make. Another OAMC recipe I use in my catering biz.

Recipe #117836

This is from one of my favorite Once a month cook books. Hopefully you enjoy it!

Recipe #103774

4 Reviews |  By Tish

This is a make ahead (Once a Month Cooking) recipe that is bound to help those working families out there who want a home made meal in 30 minutes. You just need to set aside a bit of time on a weekend or evening to do a few meals and you definitely won't regret it!

Recipe #50763

15 Reviews |  By Renea'

This recipe is great for grilling, baking, or OAMC! I found this recipe on I was impressed by the great flavor. Cooking time provided is for grilling.

Recipe #112931

6 Reviews |  By Tish

The theory is you dump this in a bag and freeze to pull out later. There are many variations which I will post separately but it's amazingly easy to make these up and have a different "dump" chicken every week!

Recipe #106922

A quick and easy grilling recipe. Cooking time is approximate.

Recipe #121737

Here is one for the freezer.

Recipe #174

I got this recipe from the owner of Birk's Gasthaus in Hermann, Missouri, USA. They used to have Murder Mystery weekends and they always served this for dinner on Saturday night. I won the weekend we went, plus I came home with some wonderful recipes. I have since been told that this works great for once a month cooking. I have added those directions to the bottom of the recipe.

Recipe #25793

1 Reviews |  By dale!

This base is divided into 3 portions which can be frozen for up to 3 months. It's used as the base for Mustard and Bacon Casserole, Green Curry and Moroccan Style Casserole (all recipes posted here on Zaar). All you do when you arrive home tired from work is add the extra ingredients to the thawed base and you have a great meal for 4 in 20 minutes! What could be easier than that!

Recipe #49369

5 Reviews |  By Derf

Make and freeze for a busy night or have it tonight. Comfort food!! from Canadian Living mag.

Recipe #54989

17 Reviews |  By Bev

Chimichangas any way you want them: right now or later, baked or fried. From BH&G

Recipe #57027

This is a great potluck supper idea. While at college, my niece would visit me and we'd spend the day cooking to stockpile her dorm freezer for the month with 3-5 different recipes. This was her favorite! Instead of using a carrerole dish, we would evenly divide the ingredients among sealable, boilable bags (omitting the stuffing), label and freeze. On busy study nights, she would reheat them in the microwave.

Recipe #57122

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