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    This is so easy, it's almost embarassing posting it. Perhaps a version is already here, but this is how we do it. Try the chicken with homemade dumplings, like my daughter begs for, but DO make the dumplings separately in a steamer or separate pan, or it will take longer than an "easy-peasy" recipe calls for!

    Recipe #296338

    From 365 Ways to Cook Chicken

    Recipe #296885

    This is so simple. A pan-fried chicken and gravy recipe that goes great with a simple salad and mashed potatoes (to sop up all the creamy gravy). I love Shaker cooking, I think I got this recipe about 40 years ago at the Hancock Shaker Village.

    Recipe #262570

    My uncle Willie would make this turkey every time we visited him. While the turkey was roasting he would sing and dance for us. We could not wait for the turkey to come out of the oven.

    Recipe #80209

    In-laws coming over for Thanksgiving where YOU have to roast the turkey for the first time? Nervous and jittery are you? Not to worry! Just follow these detailed instructions and you'll fly by! The only thing is, your mother-in-law might get jealous because you produced a much better turkey than she ever did. *.* This is an equally good and easy recipe for veteran cooks too -- delicious, tender, VERY juicy, and super eye appeal. It took me several years to hone the details of this recipe but, now, I'm pleased with the final result and I think I'll stay with this one for awhile. Cooking time does NOT include the brining process so give yourself 12-24 hours for this if you can, although you CAN skip the brining if you're pressed for time. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do! And serve your bird with Recipe #146456

    Recipe #268067

    We love the turkey legs they serve at the local Flea Market, the Colorado Rennaissance Festival and at our theme parks, so we sought out the recipe and now use this excellent version to indulge in that tasty finger [hand] food.This is supposedly the authentic recipe used by turkey leg vendors at fairs and festivals. Boiling the turkey legs first may seem like cheating but if you have to make thousands of them to sell you don't want to have them sitting on your grill for 20 to 30 minutes before you sell them. Original recipe from the About.com website. For easy serving, after grilling, wrap the bottom end of the legs in aluminum foil and a napkin or paper towel to make a great "holder".

    Recipe #124913

    Chicken is surprisingly delicious when combined with fruit! This recipe makes a creamy sauce that is flavored with nutmeg instead of the traditional mace. The recipe calls for fresh ground nutmeg but I suppose you could use nutmeg from your spice shelf….just keep in mind… there is a BIG difference between the two! Once I discovered this I purchased a nutmeg grinder…and will never use nutmeg from a spice rack again….. I found this recipe in Tom Bridge’s “What’s Cooking…. Chicken” cookbook. You can add curry powder to the sauce (in step #5) and/or a little dry white wine or vermouth to the sauce (in step #3) for more flavors.

    Recipe #114955

    If you can't find Old Bay Seasoning in the store, there are a couple of good copycat recipes on Recipezaar to make your own.

    Recipe #36215

    The Colonel used to sell chicken nuggets that were tasty but he thought 'Why not prepare fresh chicken strips of all white meat?' and that is how the Colonel's Crispy Strips were born. You will notice it is the same as the Extra Crispy.

    Recipe #58952

    50 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe is posted by request-let me know how it is!

    Recipe #69202

    This is a "no-fail" recipe for people who have trouble making good fried chicken. It averts the problem of the coating falling off, it's very tender, and it's big on flavor. There are three "tricks" here that make this recipe so successful: "dusting" the chicken ahead of time, using Crisco, and not "crowding" the chicken in the skillet. If there are certain herbs or spices that suit you better than the ones listed, go ahead and make changes but remember that not all of it gets on the chicken as you dredge it so you'll usually add more (about twice as much) than if you were putting it directly on the chicken as it cooks. Good luck and good eats!

    Recipe #180936

    Delicious cooked under a grill or barbecued--easy to prepare.

    Recipe #155504

    A tasty Northern Indian Curry - not too hot, and easy to prepare--extra chili or hot sambal can be added by the individual--if they are hot heads!!

    Recipe #156471

    A great flavour of the hills region of China--very tasty--a firm favourite.

    Recipe #160359

    Does your family love chicken like mine does? This is my clan's all-round favorite dish of any sort. The original recipe came from Mr. Food (Art Ginsberg) before I messed with it a bit to suit our tastes. It's easy, fairly cheap, feeds 6, sticks to your ribs, and can be prepared easily in 90 minutes. Once you have it going, you just monitor it and make your spaghetti to serve it over (you could serve it over rice). I make this chicken cacciatore at least once a month and they'd be happier around here if I made it once a week! It is much better if the skin is left on while cooking (chicken doesn't get leathery that way) -- you can pull it off (it practically falls off) when you serve it if you wish. Also, if you use plain table salt, cut it back to 1/2 a teaspoon. Sometimes I use whole chickens, cut up, (without the backs, necks, and organs, which I save for making stock), and sometimes just legs and thighs -- it really doesn't matter. We often take this recipe camping, making up the spaghetti ahead of time and storing it in zip-lock bags in the cooler. One final variation -- you can substitute an equivalent amount of fresh Roma tomatoes instead of the canned ones for a "brighter" flavor but, if you do, add 6 ounces of V-8 juice to the recipe. Enjoy, my friends!

    Recipe #188292

    This is just plain old great fried chicken that also has super eye appeal. My little "chicken frying tricks" assure that the coating stays on and that the chicken will be juicy and tender. Prep time includes the first flour "marinade". Enjoy!

    Recipe #265975

    A famous Hungarian dish with the trimmings (dumplings!).

    Recipe #23600

    I won grand prize in the Cook's Country Magazine, Best Chicken Salad contest with this delish chicken salad You may sub tuna for the chicken for a great tuna salad; Recipe ##224964.

    Recipe #175794

    4 Reviews |  By An_Net

    A great way to use leftovers. My family love these for lunch with a simple tossed salad. They also make a good main meal served with fresh vegetables. Using seasoned breadcrumbs always adds that little extra. I've made small balls to take along to bring a plate nights.

    Recipe #249813

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