Some of these babies need some work or maybe just a new name or introduction. I will be working on these as time goes by. **NOTE** The ONLY recipe on Recipezaar for CHICKEN FEET can be found in this cookbook. Look no further!!
I got this recipe from the label on a can of artichokes. The sauce is really tasty -- kind of Tex Mex. I like to sprinkle with cheese after it comes out of the oven. Beware of adding salt to this recipe as the soup, salsa, olives and cheese have PLENTY.
From Tender at the Bone, by Ruth Reichl (a great read, by the way) the author used this recipe to bribe her parents into letting her use their NYC apartment. Calls for overnight marinating; prep time reflects time spent the day you cook it.
This is one of my adopted recipes. It's actually very good and makes a nicely textured focaccia - you can vary the toppings - it's a great bread you can be creative with....I highly recommend using a heavy cast iron skillet that has been lightly oiled. It makes an excellent crust!
This is my family's favorite dish that I make. And it is sooo easy! It is enough for 6 adults. Or 2 adults and 2 kids, with more than enough to have for dinner the next night, and then lunch for 2 kids the next day. It's also good if you leave out the chicken.
I am honored to have adopted this recipe from Moxie. Here is her original description: This is one of my favorite party appetizers. Serve it on a plate with marinated cherry tomatoes in the center. The 2 hour cook time is really the time it takes to chill before slicing.