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    Oh My Chicken!

    This is an eclectic conglomeration of chicken recipes. From Indian to Mexican and from spicy to mild, you can't go wrong with chicken.
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    A friend of mine made this at last year's 4th of July celebration, and after much begging and groveling, shared this super-easy, fun, and VERY yummy recipe, which you can easily double or triple for a big crowd! The cold left-overs (if any) the next day are FABULOUS! TRY THIS WITH CHICKEN!! Grill 4 Chx breasts 4-5 min ea side, then finish in 350 degree oven in covered pan with butter & olive oil for +/-20 min. OH! MAGNIFICENT (great sandwiches w/tomato, cream cheese, and avocado).

    Recipe #125897

    7 different chicken coatings to pick from. I found this recipe in Woman's Day magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #366255

    These are really tasty, and easy to make, too. :) Prep time is the chilling in the fridge.

    Recipe #32422

    This recipe is for the ever-popular chicken nugget. It uses polenta and finely grated parmesan cheese as the crumb mixture. Should serve 6 children or 4 adults. These are great nuggets and they are gluten free! Feel free to add some spices or seasonings of your choice.

    Recipe #224487

    8 Reviews |  By bert

    This recipe is a little fussy but the end result is worth it.

    Recipe #22252

    Cooking Light.

    Recipe #332703

    I searched and finally found this recipe on the internet. It is a copycat of the Bourbon Chicken sold in Chinese carry-outs in my hometown. This recipe is so good that my sons gobble it up leaving me just a spoonful. Their excuse was they thought I had eaten. Editor's Note: Named Bourbon Chicken because it was supposedly created by a Chinese cook who worked in a restaurant on Bourbon Street.

    Recipe #45809

    From the Cooking Light website - a lightened version of a decadent dish served at Casa del Sol in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, just across the border from El Paso. You can also toss the pasta with fresh tomatoes, onions, garlic, basil and oregano, as they do at the restaurant.

    Recipe #213900

    Another version of the stuffed chicken breast, and one my kids will actually eat. I used boneless, skinless chicken breasts, as that's what we prefer. From Kraft.

    Recipe #218356

    25 Reviews |  By Babzy

    DH and I both loved this. Makes 4 servings at 5.5 WW Points each. Serve with salad or green beans for a complete meal.

    Recipe #187621

    This favorite appetizer is updated to fit into today’s lifestyle. Chicken tenders are marinated in hot sauce and then baked, rather than deep-fried, in this low-fat version. Cool off these spicy chicken tenders by dunking them into the chunky bleu cheese dressing.

    Recipe #179103

    Easy to make, these wings melt in your mouth. The caesar dressing keeps the wings very tender and tasty. A family favorite, I have also served them at parties, although if you do I'd double the recipe - they disappear pretty quickly.

    Recipe #79618

    The deli at our local market sells the most wonderful Cajun turkey meat. It has just enough spice for me. I have a high sensitivity to spicy/acidic food. It blisters my mouth, so I have to be careful. This recipe is the closest I've found to duplicate the recipe. You could always pare down the size of the bird you're cooking.

    Recipe #146464

    A lightly curried sweet way to cook chicken when you don't want to stand over the stove. I don't remember where I got this from. I like using breasts but use whatever you like. I also like skinning the chicken to cut down on the fat.

    Recipe #293127

    This is such a great weeknight dinner and it tastes amazing!!! The mixture of chicken, fresh tomatoes, broccoli and italian dressing makes for a delicious dinner the whole family will love. You of course can make it with any vegetable on hand-I've even made it without the cheddar cheese and the taste is still great!!

    Recipe #328031

    Recipe #187971

    I saw the asparagus in the produce section today and decided to come up with a recipe for dinner tonight. This is what I came up with - both DH and myslef loved it. Easy enough for any day, but "fancy" enough for a dinner party. I served these with fingerling potatoes roasted with olive oil and rosemary.

    Recipe #336964

    5 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Adapted from Cooking Light. You can use Andouille, Kielbasa, or Italian Sausage. My first time making this, I used a venison sausage.

    Recipe #199894

    Often in life, the simplest things are best. It is certainly true with some dishes. This quick and easy to make chicken is one of those dishes, very satisfying. My husband loves his comfort food, so I serve this tasty dish with garlic mashed potatoes and fresh green beans.

    Recipe #376829

    The original recipe calls for the filling to be placed by spoonfuls into the crescent rolls, but I found it a pain in the butt to fold them, so I have made this recipe into a layered casserole! If you would like to try making bundles, just put a heaping tablespoon of the chicken and cheese into the center of each flattened triangle, and then fold the triangle as if you are folding a cloth diaper (fold in the two long points and then the short point over the filling), and pinch together the edges to seal.

    Recipe #90266

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