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Meat It's What's For Dinner

Beef, chicken, or pork when meat is the main course. I created this cookbook to easily find main meats.
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121 Reviews |  By Wende

A wonderful and quick main course just add a veggie and side dish and you have a nice healthy dinner Just added 8-28-04: You can also add chopped tomatoes on top with the green onions and if your in a hurry use the precooked bacon, you can cook the chicken on a grill it tastes wonderful as well!

Recipe #26339

The mayonnaise make these chicken breast very moist and tender--enjoy!

Recipe #37336

523 Reviews |  By Tish

This copycat recipe is as good as the original! I originally got this from a recipe adapted from Todd Wilbur's on (and modified it again until I thought I had it right) www.TopSecretRecipes.com

Recipe #66121

I got this recipe from the back of a bottle of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing. It's simple to make (a must for me) and tasted delicious. I lost the recipe but from memory, here it is.

Recipe #113771

I found this recipe in the Jolly Cook cookbook. The chicken is coated in a flour mixture and baked instead of fried. Then serve with a delightful lemon sauce poured over the chicken.

Recipe #276831

39 Reviews |  By Marie

Marinate for a minimum of 2 hours for very tasty and tender steaks. Original recipe from Allrecipes, but adapted to my taste.

Recipe #129403

This is such a wonderfully delicious and EASY Marinade and Go--To Meal. Great for Gatherings or just a nice relaxing comfort meal with Family. FYI on the grill is amazing too! I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!

Recipe #371619

Good "stand-by" meat-and-potatoes meal. This goes over big with husband and kids. Easy, quick, and tasty comfort food.

Recipe #37413

Easy to make and oh so good. You may experiment with other coating crumbs like potato chips, crackers, etc.

Recipe #30048

I haven't tried this dish yet, but it looks SOO yummy. It says to cook for 1 hour, but i would test the meat for total doneness. Prep time includes marinating overnight.

Recipe #105176

3 Reviews |  By Sage

This recipe is one from my new books that I received from Sydney Mike at the Cookbook Swap Game.Use your own tomato pasta sauce or one from the supemarket.It is excellent, fast to prepare and light. Serve with a salad and crusty bread.Pizza never tasted this good. I made this again in my electric skillet;turned out great! One reviewer made it in the oven 400* for 1 hour and it turned out good.

Recipe #326936

From Cook's Illustrated. Very much like Chicken Piccatta, but moister, with less hands-on time required. But also not as quick - the choice is yours. (I must warn you that the skillet handle is HOT when removed from the oven. Despite repeated reminders to myself, I still grabbed it while making the sauce.)

Recipe #407000

Love this chicken! Even used leftovers as a sandwich.

Recipe #478565

I took the Hellmann's® / Best Foods® Mayo recipe from TV and made some modifications to add some zest. I was interested in using this basic combination on chicken as it was the basis of the standard recipe I use to make great Garlic Bread: Mayo, Parm and Garlic. I started by coating the chicken with Frank's® Hot Sauce to add just a little kick of flavor. The second modification is that I also added Garlic Powder to the Mayo mix, otherwise it is the basic recipe from Hellmann's. I also used skinless boneless chicken thighs and the result was very very tasty, everyone enjoyed the flavor and the moistness of the chicken. The prep is easy and can be prepared quickly.

Recipe #463311

This is an unbelievably simple recipe that tastes wonderful. The way I make this low-fat is by using Hellmann's "Just2Good" mayo instead of the regular.. unlike fat-free, I think it tastes JUST like light mayo and pretty close to the real thing. I also substitute low-fat Parmesan cheese, if possible. Enjoy!

Recipe #112845

While watching FoodTV, I saw a piece about Amy Ruth's restaurant in New York where the owner made fried chicken dipped in a honey cinnamon mixture. It looked so good I began searching on the web for a recipe which approximated it... and after much browsing of webpages I put together a recipe that I thought might taste something like it. I don't fry my chicken, so here's a baked version, tweaked to my own tastes.

Recipe #65266

1 Reviews |  By lazyme

I've not made these myself yet, but a friend served them to us and they were very good. Plan ahead as these need to marinate for 24 hours for the flavors to meld.

Recipe #315951

Excellent choice for the grill lover! Great choice for a barbecue or anyone who loves chicken! It's a fairly simply recipe, but it comes out so tasty! Jalapenos are completely optional-- I prefer mine without, but it seems to go over great with those who love some spice!

Recipe #377327

These are great to serve to a crowd, you can make them ahead and keep warm in the oven. No need to add in salt to the flour mixture as the soy sauce is salty enough. Double the recipe if desired. Servings are only estimated.

Recipe #152964

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