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    I first saw these "tortured" chickens served at a bar-b-q. Lined up on a serving platter, beer cans still in place! Talk about a conversation starter!The dry rub sounds bizarre, but I guarantee the proportions blend into a delicious combination.

    Recipe #20099

    4 Reviews |  By kolibri

    This is a Sunday favourite - very tasty and easy, just put the whole meal into the oven and wait. Use whatever pieces of chicken you have available - bone on is good, I typically use legs. The recipe is my modification of a typical English Sunday roast.

    Recipe #128433

    I love finding celebrity recipes in the paper! I haven't tried this one, I'm placing it here for safekeeping until I have the chance to do so. This comes from the Chicago Sun-Times, in an article about Passover Memories. This recipe was borrowed from the 'Celebrity Kosher Cookbook'. I hadn't known that Kirk Douglas was born Issur Danielovitch Demsky, the son of poor Russian immigrants.

    Recipe #88832

    Many years ago I came across this in the newspaper. Once you make it the second time is a snap. Lots of flavor!

    Recipe #81314

    3 Reviews |  By Derf

    Chicken provencal, Great chicken dish, full of flavour! Recipe evolved to our taste from "French Country Kitchen" by Ann Hughes-Gilbey

    Recipe #13137

    I got this recipe from my friend Kasey a long time ago (I have adjusted the spices to my taste) and it is very easy--even for those that just can't seem to get basmati rice to cook "just right". So long as you cover the baking dish tightly with foil, it will not fail! I brought this to a pot-luck at work one day and ever since this dish was always requested by everyone at all of our potlucks.***I am cutting the salt to around half since there are quite a few reviews saying it is too salty. I don't measure the spices when I cook so I think I guessed the amount wrong.*** *** the cinnamon amount should be 1/2 tsp to 3/4 tsp only, not 2 teaspoons. I have tried changing it twice now and get email confirmation that the changes have been approved but it still says 2 tsp of cinnamon.

    Recipe #105104

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a recipe that I threw together from ingredients that I had in the house - It was very tasty but the ingredients may not be what you have in your house like right now -. The rhubarb/Ginger preserve that I used is "Robertson's" ready bought but if you have your own Rhubard/Ginger it'll work. If you like hot use more chili flakes

    Recipe #185738

    26 Reviews |  By Lorac

    A wonderful combination of flavors and color. Quick and easy for week day meals and a wonderful entree for a dinner party. Joining Zaar has reunited me with many old favorites long lost in my 35 year old collection of recipes. This recipe, written on the back of a sales slip, probably came from a doctor's or dentist's office as I looked through magazines while waiting to be seen.

    Recipe #24253

    3 Reviews |  By Annacia

    All I can say is that this is just plain good! The secret to the recipe working well is that the artichokes be as dry as possible before going into the pan

    Recipe #179664

    If I am not in a rush I season the chicken first with salt and pepper then brown in oil, and transfer to the baking dish, the oven-baking time will be less, and I think that the chicken definately tastes better if it is browned first. I have made this using other brands of prepared mustard but for some reason French's brand is the best! To save time you can prepare the sauce the evening or day before and chill. You can use any chicken pieces that you desired, I usually use a whole cut-up chicken in place of the 10 thighs, although I have 10 thighs listed you can sneak a couple more thighs in the dish! If you don't brown the chicken first, this makes a quick weeknight meal. I have made this many times, it is easy and delicious! Adjust all sauce ingredients to suit taste.

    Recipe #156220

    A fabulous combination of flavours and textures. Easy too.

    Recipe #82026

    juciy and sweet with a little kick!

    Recipe #203203

    This dish is baked in a 9x13 casserole, and the dumplings sort of make themselves. it is easy and delicious. it appeared in a local community paper some time ago.

    Recipe #126137

    95 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A light, fruity chicken dish, only 4 WW points, but you would never know. Other fruit preserves, such as apricot, blackberry, or peach will also work in this recipe.

    Recipe #98370

    This is a somewhat time consuming recipe but makes a tender, juicy chicken. I varied a recipe used for pork and made several roasting chickens this way.

    Recipe #81833

    This is SOO Good -- A long time Favorite!! Please try :O) From -- Simply Delicious Cooking 2. I did tweek it a little...

    Recipe #157978

    I got this recipe from the back of a Heinz ketchup bottle. I always loved the taste of bacon and maple syrup so I thought I'd give it try. It was great, very tasty. It calls for drumsticks, but I used 3 chicken breasts and cut them into about 1 1/2 inch pieces instead. This recipe makes a lot of sauce. Next time I make it I will cut the ingredient amounts in half. Or another idea would be to make the full amount of sauce but divide it so you can use one half for a dipping sauce which I should have done. Either way it is very tasty. I also omitted the cloves.

    Recipe #96519

    I found this recipe on line (don't remember where). I just made it tonight for supper and it was delicious. Very moist and flavorful.

    Recipe #96098

    My 19 year old Grandson had one word for this "Yummy"

    Recipe #1249

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