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    What can I say-different and tasty!

    Recipe #216288

    1 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    Here's another great recipe from Jeff Smith, The Frugal Gourmet that says "This is an oldie and goodie. The biscuit topping puffs up and provides you with a whole meal in a wonderful form. If you don't want to make your own biscuit dough, you can use good old Bisquick." I've added a few things to make it my own. My entire family loves this recipe - even those that say they don't like pot pies. This is great dish to prepare and share with friends or family that is need of some good old comfort food.

    Recipe #109116

    17 Reviews |  By I'mPat

    From a local supermarket winter promotional book. HAVE NOT included 30 minutes of marinating time in the cooking time. Please also note that the sauce is a sweet chilli sauce (could not get ZAAR to accept as an ingredient).

    Recipe #430055

    This is an authentic filling used for Mexican dishes such as: enchiladas, tostadas and tacos. You can easily double the recipe, as it freezes well. I always have some on hand in the freezer. Use this in place of plain shredded chicken; and it will kick an average Mexican recipe up a notch (IMHO). COOK'S NOTES: 1 whole frying chicken, giblets and excess fat removed, can be used instead of boneless chicken breasts.

    Recipe #169500

    2 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    This is a very forgiving recipe - add or reduce seasonings to your taste. I've been making this for over 20 years and ever so often I'm asked - Have you fixed Chicken Creole lately? So much for subtle hints. I serve this over my own yellow rice (just add turmeric to your rice as it cooks) as that is how we prefer it. Some fresh baked French Bread w/garlic butter and large tossed salad. Very hearty meal that will leave guests begging for another Mardi Gras invite.

    Recipe #110812

    Great flavor! Easy to prepare. Good for potlucks....just keep warm in a crockpot. Serve over hot cooked rice.

    Recipe #123845

    I first saw these "tortured" chickens served at a bar-b-q. Lined up on a serving platter, beer cans still in place! Talk about a conversation starter!The dry rub sounds bizarre, but I guarantee the proportions blend into a delicious combination.

    Recipe #20099

    from Alton Brown's show. Brining the bird is the key to moist meat. Made this again this year, only brined in just water instead of stock to save some dough. Again, the bird turned out perfect. Growing up, I hated white meat because it was always dry and grinding on your teeth ;-), now I love white meat. Cook time includes the brining time.

    Recipe #9954

    4 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Tired of dried out chicken breasts? Then you are going to love these. They are brined for about 30 minutes, grilled and glazed with a flavorful raspberry-chiptole glaze.

    Recipe #311651

    23 Reviews |  By Dib's

    A Southern Classic. Enough said.

    Recipe #16221

    Yum. Cooking time approximate.

    Recipe #5083

    29 Reviews |  By KelBel

    A very quick and tasty chicken recipe for 2. Can easily be doubled, tripled or more.

    Recipe #141385

    63 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I adopted this recipe from Recipezaar in September 2006. It was originally submitted by Moxie, but she is no longer a member of Recipezaar. I've been making Moxie's recipe for several years now and I'm proud to give it a home. The only change I make is that I use two cans of cream of chicken soup and omit the can of cream of mushroom soup, because my kids dislike mushrooms. This casserole is a church potluck staple here in Texas and there are as many versions of this dish as there are armadillos in Texas. However, this is the best King Ranch Chicken recipe that I've found! This casserole also freezes well.

    Recipe #54086

    Summer Saturdays in Virginia are filled with the smell of this chicken. It is the chicken that all the churches, boy scouts and other organizations fix for fund raisers. It is one of our favorite ways to grill chicken legs or halves. It works really well to grill the chicken and then eat later cold too. Great for a picnic!

    Recipe #127110

    5 Reviews |  By SugaJ

    This comes from an episode of "Cooking for Real" with Sunny Anderson. The brining portion is all that is listed here; however, if you are interested in the chicken recipe in it's entirety, it's called "Grilled Chicken with White Wine Mushroom Sauce". I needed a brine for a smaller amount of poultry.

    Recipe #345741

    1 Reviews |  By A-bear

    I got this recipe from two friends at my bridal shower. I eliminated the olives and it was still good. I served it with Mexican rice...Yummy!

    Recipe #43251

    I love my brother's grilled chicken and for years, he would never give up the recipe. I finally whined him to death so here it is. I don't think he wanted me to know how easy it is to make. Marinates overnight.

    Recipe #62480

    A family tradtiion since 2005! In my opinion, there is no other way to make a turkey or dressing. It is labor intensive with a very long list of ingredients but well worth the effort. If you allow your husband to take on this task, it's not labor intensive at all. Just ask me! Per Morton himself, "It will appear as though the turkey is blackened, but don't let that scare you. Simply peel away the "crust/skin" that appears to be overdone." This is INCREDIBLE and very moist. ENJOY! Baking times will vary depending on the weight of the bird. 1/2013 During a discussion in the Q&A thread it was brought to my attention that perhaps 2 egg yolks was not correct. I did some googling and found that recipes can vary using anywhere from 2-12 egg yolks. See this thread if you have questions: http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=386621 I have been using 2 egg yolks for years and it works well.

    Recipe #258192

    2 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    After reading an advertisment for bottled BBQ sauce (prefer my own from scratch)...I thought this might be worth a try. Several attempts later I think I may have it!

    Recipe #128839

    A nice alternative to beef stroganoff. I clipped this recipe out of the K.C. Star several years ago. It is easy to prepare for a week night meal.

    Recipe #330596

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