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    Chicken and other Birds

    Here is where I save all the interesting recipes that have FOWL in them. Some are healthy and some not so much.
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    The sweet and spicy are a great combination. There is also an oven method of cooking but I have only tried grilling them. Did not include marinating time in prep time.

    Recipe #228909

    I saw this on 30 Minute Meals yesterday and just had to get this recipe! I haven't tried it yet but hey, it's from Rachael Ray! How can you go wrong!! I'll update once I try it!

    Recipe #311125

    ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS! Your family will kiss the cook for this dish! This dish makes very good gravy. Easy and Simple! Just add a vegetable and you have your entire meal.

    Recipe #283913

    22 Reviews |  By JCC

    This is a wonderful chicken recipe. The chicken falls apart into the sauce once plated. Excellent with rice even better with my homemade rice pilaf. I have posted this recipe as well under Elaine's Rice Pilaf.

    Recipe #236627

    I have never had sticky chicken, but I saw this recipe in the newspaper recently and thought I'd try it sometime.The recipe explains how to prepare this ahead of time so you can make it for an easy campfire meal. We don't go camping, but I figure you can make it at home, too! The recipe source is from Don Jacobson's "The One Pan Gourmet".

    Recipe #244695

    Firefighters have a nickname (or a curse name) for fire, "The Red Devil." This chicken is so spicy with red pepper, Italians call it pollo alla diavola, or "chicken, devil-style." Split, splayed on the grill, and weighted under a follwrapped brick, the end result is a particularly Juicy bird with a crispy skin. A heavy cast-iron skillet works well as a weight, also. Recipe from: The Firehouse Grilling Cookbook Prep time includes marinating the chicken.

    Recipe #111000

    12 Reviews |  By Tish

    A fusion recipe of some of our favorite recipes!

    Recipe #304171

    Came up with this after looking at several other recipes. Chicken was tender and quite tasty.

    Recipe #187329

    I seen a version of this recipe on Big Brother 9 from houseguest Natalie. Her version sounded good, but I wanted to change it to make it a little better and more flavorful.

    Recipe #298170

    29 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A very quick and tasty chicken recipe for 2. Can easily be doubled, tripled or more.

    Recipe #141385

    11 Reviews |  By Oolala

    From "Delicious and Dependable Slow Cooker Recipes" by Judith Finlayson. Serve with white rice. Recipe calls for hot peppers and peanuts. I made it with 1 tsp. cayenne pepper instead of red chili pepper. By the way, I like the way it tastes cold the next day too!

    Recipe #128796

    Yummy-n-Spicy! Tender and MOIST, why order out?

    Recipe #119150

    This is a good recipe to use when you're having guests. You can serve it with mashed potatoes or noodles. I usually serve it with noodles and seldom have leftovers. From the Good Housekeeping Cookbook.

    Recipe #93883

    This is very good and simple to make. It needs to marinate overnight or you can make it and freeze the chicken right in the marinade, for OAMC. Simply defrost in the refrigerator overnight. I serve this over couscous, and spoon the broth over the top. NOTE: No need to keep the brown sugar separate, it can be included right into the marinade.

    Recipe #182460

    Chicken a la Diable roughly translates into “chicken of the devil” because of the hot seasonings – mustard and cayenne.

    Recipe #277890

    This recipe was found in some cookbook by my friend's, friend's, sister-in-law. Since then my friends and sister-in -laws have all made in in a span of one week. A real hit.

    Recipe #97368

    1 Reviews |  By redz

    I saw this recipe on atasteofthai.com and loved it!

    Recipe #124533

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is a very versatile recipe. Instead of serving the livers over rice or pasta make crepes and fill them with these tasty livers. Another idea make an omelet and fold in the livers as your flavor accent. Or have them as a side dish on a buffet table. I haven't made this recipe for years - it is one of my earlier postings and I found that there were a few things that needed clarification so I have made some corrections

    Recipe #10762

    Saw a recipe which I used as a guide. Used breasts instead of pieces, increased the garlic & poached the chicken in the marinade first as my meat was very thick. Finished by browning the chicken for a more appetising appearance. YUM! Great for garlic lovers. Prep time does not include marinating time, as that can vary, depending on the time you have.

    Recipe #63622

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