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    Ch-ch-ch-Chicken!

    Jasper loves chicken, so this is dedicated to him!
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    17 Reviews |  By Marie

    Makes a wonderful moist chicken with crispy skin. Vegetables stuffed inside cavity add great flavor.

    Recipe #37054

    5 Reviews |  By PanNan

    A quick but delicious version of this classic dish. It also has the advantage of being low cal and low fat.

    Recipe #39568

    A beginner's recipe.

    Recipe #42200

    Another easy and delicious chicken recipe from Mr. Food

    Recipe #54184

    Julia Child's recipe from 'Mastering the Art of French Cooking.' This makes a wonderful, moist, juicy bird. I think it's the turning technique while roasting that does it. It may sound like a lot of work, but it really isn't much more than roasting a bird any other way. The sauce reduction is a LOT easier than any gravy, and is out of this world! In the book, she suggests serving this with green beans or peas (buttered, of course! this IS French cooking!) and sauted, roasted, fried, or souffleed potatoes, or potato crepes. I have also posted the recipe for brown chicken stock, which can quite easily be simmering away as you cook the bird (you don't need the stock until the very end). Using the homemade stock makes a huge difference in the flavour, but it can be substituted, I suppose.

    Recipe #57199

    For all of you familiar with Mimi's Sticky Chicken, the technique in this recipe will ring a bell. It is a great way to roast a yummy bird when you have to be away from home for a while. This is my rendition.

    Recipe #59580

    Wow! I just finished making this and it tastes incredible! It tastes better than the chicken makhani at my favorite Indian restaurant! You can make this as mild or spicy as you wish by adjusting the cayenne. Serve with basmati rice and naan bread. I got the recipe from allrecipes.com.

    Recipe #97573

    Another oven fried chicken recipe. Cooking time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #174505

    Chris (lil sis) LOVES chicken! I think that one day, she might grow some feathers and start laying eggs. She and I are always on the hunt for new chicken dishes for us to try that require not a lot of work but is still delicious. She likes spicy stuff, so I know she's gonna like this. I know I did! Marinating time is included in the passive time

    Recipe #185243

    IN MEMORY OF MY MOM. This chicken, taught to me by my Mom when I was about 12 years old, was the way everyone I knew did it in Mississippi and Georgia. I hope you like it. It has a crispy, huge thick coating with the southern "touch" (the magical ingredients being the vinegar and baking powder) and tender inside. Oh ! my ! never a chicken like this.

    Recipe #189068

    Recipe from Great Good Food Lucious Lower-Fat Cooking by Julie Russo.

    Recipe #199106

    This recipe yields jucy, succulent chicken covered in a crispy crust that is not at all greasy. There is almost as much crust as there is chicken! Using vegetable shortening rather than oil gives the crust a snappy crispness. Use some of the chicken bits, removed from the oil, to make my Cream Gravy recipe!

    Recipe #207405

    Oh yum - and this is low calorie and good for you! From Feb 2007 Goodhousekeeping and the supermarket diet.

    Recipe #212399

    This is the only way my mom ever made coated and baked chicken legs. I'm sure you can use other chicken pieces too. They are also good cold.

    Recipe #212690

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