I got this from an old cookbook with the cover missing, so I'm not sure where its from. This is an old recipe that has been tried and true. I love tarragon so this was something I really wanted to try and when we did my family loved it, so I'm posting to share with everyone.
This offering, originally from Food & Wine, is an easy weeknight meal. I love it for it's simplicity. Even though it is quick and easy, there is still great flavor due to the dijon, fresh thyme and parmesan. I love the lightly dressed salad which you can pile underneath each serving of chicken. If you like more dressing for your salad, by all means mix up a little extra!
This is a Buitoni recipe, slightly adapted, that is quick in preparation due to prepared ingredients. Of course, you could always use your homemade cream sauce but if in a pinch for time, this will work wonders.
You don't need high-fat ingredients to make this Jamaican-style grilled chicken taste good. The marinade both flavors and tenderizes the meat. From the April/May 2003 Taste of Home Light & Tasty magazine. Time does not include marinade time.
This recipe came from an old cookbook my granny gave to me from the Extension Homemakers dated 1978. It would be wonderful paired with homemade mashed taters & fresh skillet fried (creamed) corn. Enjoy!!
The crispy coating on this chicken makes it flavorful and tender! This was adapted from a Hungry Jack recipe. The original recipe called for dipping the chicken in 1/3 cup margarine instead of spraying it with cooking spray, so feel free to do that instead if you prefer!
Found this in the Greer Now magazine and it is a wonderful, easy to fix recipe. One that can be doubled if you have a large crowd to feed or want to freeze some up for future use. I used super market rotisserie chicken that was on sale. Great served with a nice garden salad.