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    Chick Chick Chicken

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    I've been making this for years and I can not remember when someone has not asked for the recipe. Note: you can't go overboard on the flour or breadcrumbs, since the chicken will only take whatever amount it needs to be coated

    Recipe #205922

    I have a George Foreman rotisserie and love the way everything comes out of it. This recipe makes the chicken juicy and skin crispy. Does not include marinade time.

    Recipe #152116

    I searched and finally found this recipe on the internet. It is a copycat of the Bourbon Chicken sold in Chinese carry-outs in my hometown. This recipe is so good that my sons gobble it up leaving me just a spoonful. Their excuse was they thought I had eaten. Editor's Note: Named Bourbon Chicken because it was supposedly created by a Chinese cook who worked in a restaurant on Bourbon Street.

    Recipe #45809

    Gorgeous roasted chicken in an amazing lemon butter sauce seasoned with thyme and lavender. Sure to 'wow' and delight your friends and family. Plain white or aromatic rice would make a wonderul side sure to showcase the delicious sauce. Bread, salad and a nice white wine would make this meal complete and rival a meal from any five star restaurant. From "Gabriella's Gastronomy" section of Splendid Palate. The recipe is copyrighted by the Splendid Palate 2002.

    Recipe #162832

    3 Reviews |  By Tish

    Posted in response to a request for rotisserie recipes. This is a mainstay for rotisserie use. It turns out wonderfully crusted and juicy

    Recipe #46472

    I had this while on vacation in Key Largo, FL and had to have the recipe. It is a moist and flavorful chicken with a fabulous sauce that is good on just about everything. It is a real crowd pleaser and an instant hit at every table. Add roasted potatoes, some steamed veggies, salad and bread and you will have a wonderful dinner! The recipe calls for 1/4 cup butter, however, I use less and it always comes out perfect.

    Recipe #113014

    7 Reviews |  By Gremi

    This recipe is simply something I threw together one night. After posting it on Cooking Light's bulletin board it became such an enormous success, it was suggested I submit my recipe to the magazine. Cooking Light's version of Psycho Chicken appeared as the Featured Reader Recipe in the June, 2002 issue-- and while I was grateful to have been spotlighted, I couldn't help feeling that the published rendition lost something of the original spirit of the recipe. Psycho Chicken is less about ingredients than it is a technique-- it is about a slashing and slathering method of infusing flavor into the chicken, then dredging the meat in the juices after cooking. Play with the quantities of flavorings, change herbs, don't even worry about whether you use a rack. But use the method. Please. THAT'S what Psycho Chick is all about.

    Recipe #105446

    Whole chickens are so easy to make and really look impressive on the dinner table. This recipe creates a well-seasoned and juicy chicken with a wonderfully flavorful stuffing. I have made this recipe a number of times over the years and have always had outstanding results and raves. I found the recipe in 365 Ways to Cook Chicken. Sometimes I add cooking wine to the water that the rice cooks in…. otherwise I really don’t need to change a thing. --Note-- This Chicken makes an Outstanding Chicken Salad for sandwiches the next day. Simply mix the left over chicken and stuffing with mayonnaise. It is hard to get the chicken salad onto the bread without eating it all before hand!

    Recipe #118783

    5 Reviews |  By keen5

    This is named after the town in Blackhawk, Colorado. It came from the Colorado Cache Cookbook. This is very good! Prep time includes refrigeration time. Cook time is approximate.

    Recipe #71497

    Another Provencal recipe (Poulet Roti au Gingembre, Coudes au Jus) by way of Richard Olney. Cooking time includes an hour for draining/drying the tomatoes.

    Recipe #135400

    From Marcus Samuelsson of Aquavit, who says it was what his Swedish Grandmother made on Sunday nights. My change is to add some additional liquid to the pan so that you have enough to make sauce to pour sparingly over the chicken and rice.

    Recipe #118146

    90 Reviews |  By PanNan

    I tried this recipe from the Every Food magazine and DH and I just loved it. The flavor, with garlic, parmesan, and a wine sauce, take it beyond the average schnitzel recipe. It's also fairly quick and easy enough for a week night meal.

    Recipe #100005

    This chicken has a crispy outer coating and moist, melt in your mouth meat that is not greasy. This is the best fried chicken I have ever eaten. The sugar-and-salt-spiked whole-milk brine makes the chicken sweet and juicy; a mixture of buttermilk, flour, baking powder and baking soda yields an extra crisp crust. MAKE AHEAD: The chicken can be fried up to 4 hours ahead and reheated. WINE: A lively, fruity, low-tannin Beaujolais, such as the 2001 Georges Duboeuf Juliénas, has the fruit and acidity to contrast with the pleasantly sweet chicken. Recipe adapted from Dave Arnold's After Hours: Sundays at Seven.

    Recipe #143976

    Beautiful and delicious, this incredibly moist roasted Chicken puts Kenny Roger's Roasters, Boston Market, and other rotisserie style chickens to shame! Please don't let the word "overnight" mislead you; for actual hands-on preparation, this is a Quick-N-Easy way to impress Sunday dinner guests!

    Recipe #8782

    Ginger arrived in Italy with Arabic traders or North African Jewish immigrants, so it's likely that this is a Sicilian or Livornese recipe. From "Cucina Ebraica" by Joyce Goldstein.

    Recipe #139220

    Alice springs chicken has always been one of my all time favorite chicken dishes. I looked everywhere for the recipe that looked the closest and this is the winner + or - a few to my taste. We love onions so I always sauté some up with the mushrooms but whatever works best for you!

    Recipe #123522

    These are absolutely to die for!!! They are not your ordinary taquitos. They're so good, I don't even use guacamole with them, although some still prefer them that way. Remember to get all your veggies in long thin strips. Time includes marinating.

    Recipe #126232

    This recipe came from my old boss' wife many years ago. She was a great cook, and this recipe is a testament to her skills. This is very elegant looking! This is perfect for a Valentine's Day dinner.

    Recipe #126129

    This recipe should start as 'Raise unsexed baby chickens for 6 months. When roosters become too loud for their immediate environment, carefully cull. Behead, pluck and gut.' Our roosters are free range chooks who are used to flying, foraging and generally having a very nice life. They are MUCH bigger than your typical commercially raised chicken - almost twice the size of a large commercial chicken and they have a much more gamey taste. Unfortunately singing with full throated joy like Pavarotti is not appropriate in suburbia, and when even a dark garden shed cannot contain the sound, it is reluctantly time for silence.

    Recipe #87557

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