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    I found a version of this recipe online somewhere and used it to take a roasted chicken to church for a special sampling of foods you can get from ordering foods from Angel Food Ministries. (http://www.angelfoodministries.com/) Everyone raved about it and since I am going to roast one for home today I decided to add the recipe here too. This is a well seasoned bird which is cooked with high heat for the first 20 minutes then cooked the remaining 40-50 minutes at a lower temperature. This makes the chicken nice and moist and very flavorful. It's easy and quick to prepare as well.

    Recipe #330734

    This recipe is from Epicurious posted in May 2011

    Recipe #455471

    This comes from Better Homes & Gardens (celebrating the promise) I really like this chicken hope you do too! It has you broil it but I usually just bake at 350 for about 30 min. It also calls for 6 chicken breasts but can be reduced I usually only make about 3 due to my family size. Prep time is also marinating time.

    Recipe #300234

    9 Reviews |  By blucoat

    Roasting a whole chicken in a covered pot is a classic French technique where the meat turns out juicy, intensely flavourful, and especially tender and also creates a rich jus top serve with the chicken. This recipe is from America's Test Kitchen and was published in "Cook's Illustrated Magazine" (Jan. 2008). The cooking times in the recipe are for a 4 1/2- to 5-pound bird. A 3 1/2- to 4 1/2-pound chicken will take about an hour to cook, and a 5- to 6-pound bird will take close to 2 hours. If you choose not to serve the skin with the chicken, simply remove it before carving. The amount of jus will vary depending on the size of the chicken; season it with about 1/4 teaspoon lemon juice for every 1/4 cup.

    Recipe #349883

    This is a great weeknight gluten and dairy free dinner. Very quick and tasty. I found it in the Pampered Chef 2011 Calendar. TIP: If you can't find gluten-free lemon pepper seasoning, substitute, 2 tsp lemon zest, 1 tsp black pepper 1 tsp sugar and 1/2 tsp salt.

    Recipe #476732

    Really easy, really quick, really moist, and ALWAYS fabulous.

    Recipe #475703

    This recipe makes a very flavorful sauce that is perfect on chicken or used to jazz up plain rice. It is great to fix when you want to grill but the weather just won't cooperate! Even people who don't like barbecue love this sauce. I typically like to double it and set some aside for extra dipping

    Recipe #329094

    The star ingredient here is chorizo, a sausage I encountered in Spain and which gives this dish a wonderful flavour. It's not spicy as such, but full of flavour. Available from most supermarkets nowadays. Try for a unique experience

    Recipe #20482

    This came from my friend Liz's recipe box. Few ingredients but great flavor, chicken always turns out moist. She makes extra to have leftovers for Mexican Lime Chicken Soup.

    Recipe #256392

    A one-pot meal that is so easy and succulent, you'll wonder why you never cooked it before! This roast chicken is bursting with running juices and is a total crowd-pleaser so it's perfect for entertaining! Throw it in the oven for 2 hours and forget about it ;)

    Recipe #474006

    I found this online the other day and it was credited to Nigella Lawson. I found that I disagreed with some of the assertions made by both the re-poster and Nigella herself. Now I would never accuse such a sexy woman of being wrong, but I will say that the way I did things turned out great. This recipe reflects my own variation of the original recipe. After cooking and eating this dish I have concluded that this is what I believe to be "broasted". By that I mean the meat has been both braised and roasted, not fried in a pressure cooker. The end result is chicken that is so tender, you can almost spread it like schmear on a warm bagel. The 2 hour cooking time includes the extra 40 minutes I let it sit in the oven after I turned it off. In case you are not familiar with Spanish Chorizo, it's not like the Mexican variety. It is a hard sausage, much like a salami or pepperoni. It's usually seasoned with paprika, and is made from chunks of pork, not ground meat. I have found it in the deli section of my local grocery store.

    Recipe #464717

    For those who like to complicate their chicken cutlets with a subtle anchovy-caper sauce. I saw a similar recipe on Epicurious, but they left their cutlets thick. I like mine very thin. This cuts down on cooking and you wind up eating less because it looks like more.

    Recipe #473343

    Spicy, well-seasoned fried chicken from "25 Years Of Favorite Brand Name Recipes". Adjust the cayenne pepper to your personal tastes. If you're an atomic wing eater at the local bar, you may want to increase it!

    Recipe #472481

    Takes the place of frying. Less fat and colories.

    Recipe #301807

    This is a wonderful grilled chicken that is fantastic served warm over a salad for a light fair. Prep and cook time does not include time for marinating or heating of grill, so plan accordingly.

    Recipe #400484

    Remember....the longer you marinade your chicken, the tastier it will be! From Life's Ambrosia.

    Recipe #470925

    A simple, rustic, Tuscan dish. From Life's Ambrosia.

    Recipe #470920

    Another recipe I made when I was learning to cook and trying to impress the boyfriend who is now my DH! I really like this dish a lot, and add lots more lemon, pepper, garlic, and oregano, but that's my taste! I've also added parboiled, quartered potatoes at the start, and really like the artichoke hearts and potatoes together. Adapted from Betty Croker's New International Cookbook.

    Recipe #69442

    From Taste of Home. This is a fresh-tasting, well-seasoned chicken casserole - adjust the amount of chili powder according to your heat tolerance.

    Recipe #275566

    163 Reviews |  By Bev

    Chicken Cordon Bleu is a favorite with many! It is much easier to prepare than you may think. I hope you will enjoy this recipe as much as we do!

    Recipe #7678

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