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    chicken a la interesting

    I love chicken... i thought these were interesting and tasty. Mmm... they might not all be light but it sure sounds wonderful. body { background: url("http://www.heathersanimations.com/backgrounds/orange/H-orangebluten.jpg"); background-repeat: repeat; }
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    14 Reviews |  By GaylaV

    This is a nicely flavoured, easy to prepare chicken. I have used breasts and legs but I think you could use any part, with or without skin.

    Recipe #218510

    Don't be put off by the number of ingredients in this lovely korma (and quite different from other kormas posted) from Padma Lakshmi's "Tangy Tart Hot & Sweet." Most of them require little preparation, although this is definitely a time when you will want to assemble all ingredients ahead of time to ease preparation. All of the spices can be found at Indian markets or spice markets. The tamarind pulp can be purchased in compressed bricks at ethnic markets; Lakshmi prefers Thai tamarind as it tends to be less dry. Serve the stew on a bed of plain basmati rice. By way of the Chicago Tribune. A lot of the prep can be done while the chicken is marinating, thus shortening the total cooking time.

    Recipe #274162

    I like to make this chicken when I'm having a bad day because I get to beat the tar out of it! :) It's good served with steamed broccoli and sauteed squash.

    Recipe #321873

    Hoisin (or Hoi Sin) sauce also known is Chinese barbeque sauce, can be found pre-made in a jar at the supermarket. I prefer to use the "Fountain" brand, but there are many options these days. I've served this recipe hot as a main meal with an Asian Vegetable Stir-fry as a side dish. I've also brought them to a social function and thread them on small skewers, they were eaten cold as finger food. Ten minute marinating time is included in preparation. You can marinate this overnight or just ten minutes.

    Recipe #342697

    Tasty chicken burgers with mango and yoghurt chutney.

    Recipe #93885

    This is NOT "authentic" or "Greek", but a really tasty QUICK and hearty soup for lunch. I THINK it may have been in a very early edition of Quick Cooking. The chicken is optional, but if you happen to have leftovers, adds to satisfaction.

    Recipe #186440

    This mild and flavourful dish comes from Julie Sahni's 1980 book, Classic Indian Cookery. She adapted it from a dish served at the Akbar India Restaurant in New York City (which I think is now closed). I am posting this for some former exchange students who are going through severe Kabuli withdrawal. I often make this a day in advance. A few comments. I think Julie Sahni writes some of the clearest recipes on the planet -- and she does so without being patronising. Check out her books (and note that I have abbreviated some instructions slightly). Also, I wonder if Kabuli means the recipe is influenced by dishes from Kabul, Afghanistan. Finally, I have never timed this accurately, so the prep time is a bit of a guess.

    Recipe #245052

    This was a weekend concoction using left over chicken when the budget didn't stretch to eating pizza out. Not a recipe as such, more an idea. It was an immediate hit at our place. I use a sandwich press to toast them. Great for a substantial breakfast on the run. Can use anything of course to fill, but this is what we like.

    Recipe #294123

    12 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is one of those special occasion recipes. It looks and tastes wonderful. It was created and shared by a local Houston restaurant.

    Recipe #41170

    Discover the joys of home-made pizza with this flavourful recipe for pizza topped with glazed balsamic chicken. Servings: Makes 1 pizza (plus dough for 2 more).

    Recipe #241291

    For a healthier version use skim milk & reduced-fat Swiss in the sauce.

    Recipe #117125

    These glazes dress up and give some extra taste to baked,grilled or broiled chicken or fish.Use 1/4 Cup jelly. (it shows as 0 on the submission. They are simple & interchangeable.You make them the same way. Remember to use 2 spices with the jelly. Sugar free jelly is fine to use also. Use sugar free jelly if desired. Sometimes I will take a spice from one glaze and a jelly from another.

    Recipe #211086

    2 Reviews |  By Tebo

    An unusual ingredient but a nice result. Easy to prepare anytime.

    Recipe #10930

    6 Reviews |  By Bergy

    Another bizarre recipe but good! the legs come out a golden brown and are very good.

    Recipe #11574

    2 Reviews |  By Casie

    The first time I made this I was serving my plate thinking what am I about to eat? I had my boyfriend take the first bite to make sure he didn't die. Then I took a bite and said, "Holy Crap this actually tastes good!" If you're adventurous, try this salad.

    Recipe #31451

    Found this on the net. I'm intrigued...Sounds like something different and simple. I intend to try this and grill the chicken.

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    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is so KID friendly, comfort food for those missing home! College kids love this whopping sandwich and for the younger children just place all on a plate with their favorite condiment (Ketchup)! Fried chicken finger and mushrooms, French fries, onion rings, with lots of tangy sauce. Optional topping with your favorite Cole slaw. That 's just so Mom 's know their children are getting something good in them. All the optional ingredients are a must by those college going adult-children! Frying the potatoes last absorbs the delicious flavors of the chicken, onions and mushrooms. Can You Eat the Whole Thing or have to Share It?

    Recipe #116487

    My favorate way of using up leftover Teriyaki Chicken, it's somewhat of an aquired taste. (Recipe #71538) FYI - I never measure.

    Recipe #139154

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