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    I found this on a website (which I unfortunately didn't note) with a lot of other "dump" chicken recipes. The idea is that you toss the chicken and the sauce ingredients into a freezer bad, freeze it, then thaw it and dump it all into a baking dish to cook it. We like this one pretty well. It smells much stronger than it tastes, though.

    Recipe #166085

    From the Atlanta Junior League Cookbook! Easy and good!

    Recipe #188056

    A great filler for quesadillas or fajitas, this chicken is flavorful and juicy. A real crowd-pleaser!

    Recipe #499462

    Why have plain old nachos when you can make them with waffle cut fries and buffalo chicken instead?! Inspired by a post at

    Recipe #498991

    Just something I threw together with what I had in the house. After taking a quick look at the recipes I usually make, I decided to try something new. Husband approved and so did the teenager, so I figure it must be a keeper! This makes a colorful and quick meal.

    Recipe #498442

    This rich, flavorful recipe is always a hit with my guests. This recipe uses some shortcuts in exchange for spending more time boosting the flavor to the recipes that are out there.

    Recipe #498233

    Way back in Upstate New York, in a small shoe town called Endicott, we have a regional "Kabob" style sandwich, called spiedies. If you have never tried one, your mouth is going to thank you. I have seen a lot a recipes trying to duplicate the variety sold at a local culinary pit stop called Lupo's. Some have come close, some miss by a mile. I think this one is the closest I have tried in long time. Originally they were marinated with lamb or pork. Chicken is my favorite. You will love them, or else Uncle Guido will have to talk to you.

    Recipe #496605

    Adapted from "America's Test Kitchen - 30 Minute Suppers".

    Recipe #496033

    I've been cleaning through all the stacks of recipes that I've printed from the internet that I've wanted to try - not even sure where I got this one. Makes for an elegant weeknight meal - dinner on the table in less than an hour!

    Recipe #495360

    French braised chicken dish. Economical. From "The Chew".

    Recipe #494975

    Looking for full flavor with 1/2 the calories and fat? Here you go! This is a spicy, simple Cajun chicken, peppers and onions in a red sauce that is guilt free! (No kidding!).

    Recipe #493019

    If you like Buffalo wings you’ll like this grilled chicken version from the National Chicken Council. Note: the recipe instructions suggests using frozen chicken parts. I would not do that personally and would use defrosted chicken parts. If using defrosted, adjust cooktime accordingly.

    Recipe #491237

    This recipe is worth the extra time it takes to marinate chicken.

    Recipe #489257

    I found this in a low carb cookbook from Prevention Magazine and we really liked it. I prepared breasts and legs with skin on for the kids, and took the skin off for my husband and I.

    Recipe #489169

    I thought this too simple to post but my husband loves it so much he insists you might too

    Recipe #489126

    Knorr's chipotle cubes look like bouillon cubes and are sold in a small box. You can always sub chipotle or ancho powder in its place and season with salt to taste.

    Recipe #487960

    This is Rachael Ray's take on the American classic. It's from one of her earlier cookbooks. Rachael serves this over canned biscuits (like GRANDS!) that have been separated, placed on a baking sheet and sprinkled with a pinch of cayenne pepper or sweet paprika, then baked according to package directions. I tried to include this in the recipe but for some reason the site will not let me list the canned biscuits.

    Recipe #487868

    From the book, THE MEATBALL SHOP COOKBOOK by Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow.

    Recipe #485584

    I've search high and low on the internet. I've dug deep. I've looked in every recipe site I could find. Yet somehow, no one on the internet has posted a recipe for Taco Bell's chicken burritos. You know, the ones with the avocado ranch sauce. The most delicious item on the Taco Bell menu. Somehow, this great oversight has gone unnoticed by anyone but me. No longer. Here is the recipe. (Note: very few of the amounts are exact. I'm estimating. I didn't measure. Usually if you estimate with this blend it will be okay).

    Recipe #461476

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