This recipe copmes from an Amish cookbook from the great state of Ohio. It has a great flavor and makes it's own gravy that go great on mashed potatoes or stuffing. It's a simple recipe to make and my DH and DD'S love it!
Great weeknight dinner; cooked stovetop in 30 minutes with tons of flavor. After the chicken was taken from the pan, I melted a pat of butter and sauteed 2 inch asparagus pieces in the same, uncleaned skillet, with chicken and garlic drippings. Courtesy of Kraft Food and Family Magazine.
We always look forward to Mom Mom's chicken at each at family gathering and we found out her secret: it's an adapted version of the oven-baked chicken recipe you find on the Bisquick box, which I am sharing with you. Simple with lots of flavor to go around and can easily be served for any occasion, any time of the year.
I make this about once a week at our house. All three kids like it (and hubby too) and it is one of my own favorites as well. It's such a great alternative to the heavily-fried chicken, but I'm telling you...it tastes JUST as great!
Terri is a nurse/coworker who asked me to post one of her favorite recipes on here. She promises a great meal. Not for strict calorie/fat watchers but light cream can replace heavy cream, margarine in place of butter. Prep/cook time does not include cooking of the chicken.
This is like a modified quesadilla. I like the buttery taste of the crust with the spice of the filling. I often used leftover grilled chicken in this recipe. If I use fresh salsa in the filling, I omit the additional tomatoes.
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.