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    This looked so good I must share! It could be used for chicken also with equally good results! You could use 2 chickens or half the recipe if using one. From Better Homes & Gardens magazine, November 2013.

    Recipe #513466

    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

    Recipe #507768

    Found on Pinterest and traced back to Half Baked Harvest. I don't eat meat, but would serve this to my meateaters! I'm going to try the sauce with tempeh or tofu! These are great because you can totally make them in advance (even freeze them in the sauce and let thaw about 30 minutes before popping them back in the oven) and just pop them back in the oven for a few minutes before you are ready to serve. So easy and so perfect.

    Recipe #506656

    My daughter asks for Chinese chicken wings for Christmas and for her birthday. The only thing I changed was to use fish sauce instead of oyster sauce(I don't do shellfish). I saw this on The Best Thing I Ever Made(by Andrew Zimmern, episode: Tasty Travels) and posted it to make for her. Andrew said the first time he tasted this dish was in Hong Kong and it took him 20 years to get the recipe. For his video on how to make, look here=http://andrewzimmern.com/2012/11/16/the-best-thing-i-ever-made-grandmas-chinese-chicken-wings/

    Recipe #501838

    Using leftover chicken makes this ecomical and easy! Just saw this on Ten Dollar Dinners with Melissa d'Arabian Episode: Cost-Cutting Comfort and it looks so good, and something I might make for my kids, or for me making it vegetarian!

    Recipe #452159

    I just saw Brian make this for his cousin and band. Yum! Recipe courtesy Brian Boitano Show: What Would Brian Boitano Make? Episode: Band Aid

    Recipe #422515

    This is Pat Neely's recipe and he likes it hot! He seasons both the wings and the batter with cayenne, red pepper flakes, black pepper and even a little hot sauce. Can you take the heat? From Down Home with the Neely's cookbook.

    Recipe #412643

    This is courtesy Adam Gertler, on the show The Next Food Network Star-Episode: Into the Studio. It's got some great ratings on the food network. I hope you like it too! :) You can save time and use your own BBQ sauce but it is said this BBQ sauce is out of this world. The rub is so good! If you would like to make just enough rub for this recipe use 1 tbls. kosher salt, 1 tbls. plus 1 1/2 tbls. light brown sugar, 1 tbls. smoked paprika, 1 1/2 tsp. chili powder, 1/8 tsp. dried rosemary,crushed, 1/8 tsp. dried thyme, 1 1/2 tsp. granulated garlic. I have not tried this yet(I'm a vegetarian and will have to wait for a party), but it sounds yummy!

    Recipe #393770

    A great recipe from the Food Network Kitchens cookbook. To make porcini powder, simply grind a few dried porcini mushrooms in a spice or coffee grinder. To crack caraway seeds, use a mortar and pestle or place them in a small plastic bag and roll over them with a rolling pin. Great served with Recipe #385298.

    Recipe #385373

    A wonderful recipe adapted from Food Network Kitchens cookbook. Chicken is universally cooked all over the globe. Try this Chinese version!

    Recipe #385314

    One of the recipe testers for Foodnetwork called home to recreate this family food memory-from Peru to you! I got this from the Food Network Kitchens cookbook, a prize I won in the Iron Chef game! :)

    Recipe #385304

    I got this from Guy Fieri's cookbook, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Maria's Taco Xpress is a South Austin institution and it's fast food, Texas style. The locals rave about the food. Guy says the pollo guisado is a little bit sweet, spicy, tender, and crazy good!

    Recipe #380741

    Cat Cora grew up with a Greek father and mother in Jackson, Miss., then spent time in Skopelos in the Agean islands in Greece. and has restaurants in Northern California. She is also an Iron Chef on Food Network TV. She says as a child she asked for this on her birthday, when she could pick anything she wanted to eat. She loved it so much she would bribe her younger brother to ask for it on his birthday too. From the cookbook Cat Cora;s Kitchen. If you can't find Myzithra cheese you may substitute kefalotyri, parmesan, or pecorino romano.

    Recipe #378349

    Shake up tradition a little and serve these for Thanksgiving or anytime! Everyone loves to have their own little bird stuffed with moist, delicious cornbread stuffing. This is an easy dinner to make for a party! You can make your own cornbread or use store-bought. Adapted from Barefoot Contessa At Home cookbook.

    Recipe #377466

    Submitted by Lillian Julow, from Gainesville, FL, a 2009 Finalist in the Chicken Cooking Contest, put on by the National Chicken Council. Enjoy!

    Recipe #376865

    Submitted by Susan Cortesi, from Northbrook, IL.She was a 2009 Finalist in the Chicken Cooking Contest put on by the National Chicken Council. This is a winner!

    Recipe #376848

    A yummy chicken recipe, submitted by Ruth Kendrick, Ogden, UT, and a 2009 Finalist in the Chicken Cooking contest put on by the National Chicken Council.

    Recipe #376845

    Submitted by Diane Sparrow, Osage, IA, a 2009 Finalist in the National Chicken Cooking contest put on by the National Chicken Council, representing the West North Central region. Yum!

    Recipe #376741

    This is Brigitte Nguyen's $50,000 Grand Prize recipe in the 2009 National Chicken Cooking Contest put on by the National Chicken Council. Geared to big appetites, it could easily be turned into eight burgers rather than six. Cook them on the grill or in a frying pan if you prefer. As a shortcut, you could substitute 2 cups of already-grated cabbage for the julienned vegetables in the slaw. Look for Sriracha chile sauce on the Asian aisle of the supermarket. Any type of Asian chile sauce may be substituted.

    Recipe #376723

    A delicious recipe submitted by Jessie Grearson,Falmouth, ME. She was a 2009 Finalist in the National Chicken Cooking contest representing the Northeast.

    Recipe #376675

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