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    This is a delicious and well known Vietnamese dish which you can prepare in your own home. Many traditional Vietnamese recipes are prepared in a clay pot, which is first soaked in water before being placed in a cold oven. As the pot heats up in the oven, tiny water particles are released, causing a pressure-steaming effect to cook the food. The result? Intensified flavour and tenderness, retention of nutrients and vitamins, and a wonderful aroma when the lid is removed. If using your clay pot for the first time, submerge it and the lid overnight in cold water, then proceed with the recipe. Thereafter the pot and lid need only be soaked for 15 minutes prior to using. It is important to use an unglazed clay pot, not a terra cotta baking pot with glazed interior and unglazed exterior. When removing the hot clay pot from the oven, always set it on a cloth pad or towel rather than a cold surface, or the sudden change in temperature may crack the pot. Preparation time for this recipe does not include soaking the pot or the time needed to marinate the chicken.

    Recipe #114177

    2 Reviews |  By SueVM

    One of my most treasured gadgets is a clay Romertopf cooker. It makes the most delicious and moist roasted chicken or turkey I have ever tasted. You have to soak both lid and body of the cooker for 10/15 minutes in cold water before you can use it. It's the steam that produces the cooking medium so no oil or fats are needed making the cooker a very healthful way of cooking.

    Recipe #324144

    18 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I am now using Recipezaar to store recipes I want to try, including this one. What a great way to share!

    Recipe #20130

    Credit for the original recipe goes to Jorge Navarro, the chef-owner of Café Navarro, a cozy, Caribbean-style spot in Eugene, Oregon. This particular rendition includes my improvisations based on taste and ingredient availability.

    Recipe #234939

    The mayonnaise make these chicken breast very moist and tender--enjoy!

    Recipe #37336

    Lemon flavored chicken with with a hint of onion and garlic. Mmmm!!!

    Recipe #122134

    Found in Healthy Cooking Magazine and was amazed at how easy this was to throw together. ** Rotisserie chicken or leftover grilled chicken would be a great cooked chicken to use for this recipe. Time does not include cooking the chicken as it is to be cooked prior to assembling these wraps. ** A great sub idea that I'm going to try is the prepacked shredded cabbage, carrots and broccoli mix.

    Recipe #439096

    Time does not include marinating time.

    Recipe #441611

    A Spanish chicken dish eaten all over Spain and the Mediterranean area. Simple to prepare, and delicious. Serve with roasted potatoes or over rice.

    Recipe #428894

    36 Reviews |  By Noo

    This is such an easy recipe, but so tasty. I used to put it on the menu of the gastro pub where I worked-people used to phone us to see if it was on and reserve portions! Even my Pops loves this and he is impossibly critical!Hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #277765

    33 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    When I was doing Weight Watchers and the boys were home, I got really tired of fixing 3 sets of meals each night. When I came upon this recipe - I just didn't tell them this was WW and to this day they still don't know. When the boys come home now - this is one dish they will request. Super fast & easy to fix on work nights. 4 oz. = 4 WW points (without rice) *Note - in response to some reviews that experience the sauce being too runny or thin...extend the reduction time (after removing lid). It may take another 5-10 minutes to thicken and have the consistency you desire.

    Recipe #109576

    This recipe is from a dinner party one of my friends had recently. Really great chicken!!

    Recipe #482980

    This is my first recipe - please be kind! My kids love it and when I take it to a BBQ everyone wants the recipe. It is a variation on one I found in epicurious a while ago. It is very easy and very yummy!!

    Recipe #99156

    1 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From Australian Diabetic Living a complete meal. Times are estimated but DO NOT inlude marinading time (2-4 hours). The recipe called for baby beetroot and charge leaves mix but a salad mix of leaves can be used. You could also replace the chicken with a firm white fish.

    Recipe #420317

    This dish is wonderful to have for dinner on a cold, stormy evening. I serve this with plain steamed rice and a vegetable. My Flash-cooked Greens with Garlic, #65735 goes really well with this. Recipe is from 'A Spoonful of Ginger' by Nina Simonds.

    Recipe #77977

    The perfect blend of citrus and spice for a taste straight from the islands. Prep time doesn't include marinating time.

    Recipe #299287

    An adopted recipe, one that I enjoy very much, I love pomegranate molasses! If you haven't tried it, please do - it does make a DIFFERENT CHICKEN DISH. I love the dressing on a bowl of salad greens too.

    Recipe #86595

    This is also known as Fesenjam. This was the recipe of the week in the Thursday magazine dated Aug 17th-23rd'06. Enjoy!

    Recipe #183302

    8 Reviews |  By Oolala

    Source: El Pollo Restaurant, NY - I used to go there all the time when I lived on the upper east side. It was on 1st ave. and 90th street and it had the BEST Peruvian rotisserie chicken and terrific fried plaintain. Mmmm. I miss this! Note: It's not the El Pollo Loco chain recipe.

    Recipe #231211

    This is from Dave DeWitt's Fiery Foods web site. Dave was the publisher of Chile Pepper magazine and is now the publisher of Fiery Foods ... as well as a number of books on growing, preserving, cooking peppers. The recipe is for a traditional western Chinese dish. The combination of citrus and chicken is common in this region.

    Recipe #141711

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