My recipe for "baconated" (bacon-marinated) Southern fried chicken. The bacon fat helps the skin cook up crisp, and seal in the juices. The whole eggs compliment the bacon flavor perfectly, and lend a crispness to the breading. Try it... you'll love it.
Serve this grilled dinner family-style on a big platter, and let everyone help themselves. You can marinate the chicken up to 30 minutes, if desired. *Cook time does not include marinating the chicken*
My friend, Corrie, is an amazing cook, and this one comes from her kitchen. She made it on the grill when she served this (which was awesome!), but I had to adapt it to a stove top recipe. I also changed it ever so slightly to suit my tastes, and added a simple gravy to drizzle over the top. You could easily increase the lemon juice to 1 cup to make enough marinade for more servings.
This recipe was found on About.Com on the Spanish Food section. Here is what was stated: "Garlic Lemon Chicken is a relatively easy chicken recipe, which has two of the essential Mediterranean ingredients - garlic and citrus. Pieces of chicken are first sautéed in olive oil, then baked in a garlic chicken broth with white wine and slices of lemon. Serve with potatoes or rice."
From EatingWell Magazine: January/February 2011 -- Chicken thighs cook in a simple herb-infused tomato-and-wine sauce. The bone-in thighs give it plenty of hearty flavor, and because you cook them without the skin, it keeps the dish healthy. There’s plenty of sauce, so serve it over noodles or rice.
From Rock's Recipes made popular via Pinterest with small changes. May substitute boneless pork, but may need to increase cook time. Update: 6/18/12 I totally agree with Charmie777 that the egg wash and flour ratio to breast is too much. I'd cut that in half.
This is a moist and flavorful light lunch or dinner recipe. The flavors pop in your mouth with the first bite! It's my adaptation of a recipe I got from Cooking Light May 2010. Hubby requests if frequently, that's how good it is! We sometimes serve Parmesan Orzo on the side.
"This is a delightful, simple dish that will fill the neighborhood with a gorgeous scent". Both outdoor grilling and pan grilling directions are given in the directions. Serve with your favorite grilled chicken sides or if you want to maintain the Middle Eastern theme serve with tabbouleh, baba ghanouj, yogurt dip, Arabic bread, etc. as a suggestion. We enjoyed the chicken with these sides: yogurt dip consisting of cucumbers, rose water, salt and mint; Recipe #475009, and fresh steamed plain green beans. From the book The Language of Baklava (page 79) by Diana Abu-Jaber.
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 ;)
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.
Easy to put together on a busy weeknight, with plenty of passive cooking time. A new staple for us! The rice does get pretty "soggy" so if you are someone who likes individual grains of rice, this is NOT the recipe for you.
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.