I made these many times and they never fail to impress. They are actually very easy to put together. You can substitute chunks of smoked ham for the chicken. Cook time is for initially cooking the chicken.
I found this in our newspaper. It 's very similar to other recipes. I made it for our Super Bowl party and it was a hit. I made 1/3 of this recipe. We had Chinese food the other day, so I used the little packets for this recipe :)
This is my take on an old low country recipe for chicken. I make it with chicken breasts. The more traditional recipe calls for chicken thighs. All versions require bourbon. When they're in season, peaches can be substituted for the apricots. If you can find a jalepeno with heat, that can sub for the cayenne.
I got this recipe from a microwave cookbook I bought my mother 25 years ago. I love to serve these as appetizers for parties, and also with rice for dinner. This is a quick, tasty, easy recipe. Give it a try!!
This is my take on the renowned turkey brine of Bambara Restaurant in Salt Lake City, UT. I reduced and reduced the brine ingredients and adjusted the spice rub to accommodate a couple of big center cut pork chops, and it was DIVINE! Grill, broil or pan-fry the chops as you wish. Prep time includes brining overnight.
I found this wonderful recipe in an issue of Gourmet Magazine. I am a mushroom lover and find this recipe fascinating. Although, being married to a mushroom hater, I may never have the opportunity to actually prepare it. I am anxious for someone to try it so I can live vicariously though your experience.
This recipe is an adaptation from a basic soy sauce chicken recipe from the internet and consultation with my grandma. I can eat this everyday! You can use skinless, boneless chicken parts, but the taste won't be the same.
I got this recipe from the label on a can of artichokes. The sauce is really tasty -- kind of Tex Mex. I like to sprinkle with cheese after it comes out of the oven. Beware of adding salt to this recipe as the soup, salsa, olives and cheese have PLENTY.