An easy and delicious chicken recipe. The chile jam adds spice and sweetness to the chicken. This recipe comes from Daphne Oz. She serves it with caramelized sweet potatoes and peaches. I will post that recipe, too. It's a great combination, but I love the chicken recipe alone, too! This recipe serves two (2 thighs per person),but you can easily increase the amounts.
This is out of the March 2014 Food and Wine magazine...I adjusted the serving amount...it said it served 6-8...I think with 20 pieces of chicken a 10 person serving is enough...plus the calories look better...=)
This is a Daphne Oz recipe. She likes to serve it alongside her Chile Jam Chicken, which I have posted as a separate recipe. Delicious side dish! Note: this serves two, but you can easily increase the amounts.
I saw this on Trisha's Southern cooking, they are decadent. Almost like eating a candy bar. I am going to try to freeze some and see how they turn out, and did I say they are quick and easy. Couldn't believe how easy they were to make.
This recipe aired Jan 6, 2014 on the Rachel Ray show. Pair this soup with warmed Ciabatta bread. The soft inside soaks up the amazing soup while the crust remains thick and crunchy. It's absolutely wonderful together. Leftovers are even better!
I watched Ina Garten make this on the Today show a few weeks before Christmas 2013 and immediately was intrigued. I made this on Christmas and was met with great reviews from all that tried it. This is a savory bread pudding (like dressing), NOT a dessert!! *I did make leaving the crust on the bread for added texture.
Martha's words: Soaking a turkey overnight in a solution of salt and water ensures moist results. When you add aromatics to the brine, the resulting roast is also infused with a subtle character all its own. Follow Martha's instructions to prepare a perfect brined turkey for your next feast.
Makes enough brine for one 18- to 20-pound turkey. Used roasting method from recipe#442389. The result was amazing!
You might love this so much, you will give up red sauce completely! I will be using mushrooms to replace the chicken to make this vegetarian.Adapted from grilling.com and found posted on Jenn's Food Journey