This is one of those "from the dietitian" deals. I don't know where she gets this stuff, but it's pretty darn good. The hospital where she works always has good food and I actually don't mind eating there. But then again, when you're in the hospital on a 1200 cal. diet instead of your totally flexible at-home carb counting diet, you'll eat just about anything except the baked hamburger steak.
I've been reading about dry brining of turkey, which is more convenient as you don't have to deal with a large tub of liquid sloshing about. This recipe is from chef Lee Ann Whippen of Chicago q restaurant. I calculated the formula for a 10 lb bird. Just put the number of pounds of your bird into the servings box to recalculate the right amount of ingredients.
I despise bland baked potatoes! This is a cooperative recipe that I put together using techniques I have gathered from my father, brother in law, eldest brother and myself. I know that you will love the ease of putting together these very flavorful baked potatoes. NOTE: There is a pictorial tutorial in the photo gallery to the left.
This is part of my OAMC chicken rotation plan. It's a favorite of my family My family likes it with hot sauce added but I like it the way it's written. I have added the hot sauce as an optional ingredient for this reason.
Chicken breast with rosemary, garlic,then mixed with saltine crackers, topped with lemon mayonnaise give these a luscious aroma and tangy flavor! Adapted from Southern Living magazine. These patties may be shaped ahead, wrapped in plastic wrap, and stored in zip top freezer bags in the freezer for up to three months. You may also mix dark chicken meat in with the breast.