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    Mama Mia! This is an excellent dish. I love how this woman cooks. This dish is just so wonderful. Can't talk now busy eating this fabulous meal.

    Recipe #395949

    Based on a recipe from The Best of Clay Pot Cooking by Dana Jacobi. Dana says, “If you can, make this dish as Moroccan women have for centuries, in the cone-topped clay cooker that gives it its name – otherwise a Dutch oven works well.”

    Recipe #290839

    In Morocco cooks rub chickens (poussins, about 1 pound are best) with an aromatic paste, like this one, before grilling. From Saveur magazine. Time for marinating is not included in cook time.

    Recipe #174598

    This is an adopted recipe that I selected because it so closely matches my tastes. I do not intend to alter the recipe as it has so many favorable reviews. Once I prepare it, I may annotate the directions based on my experience.

    Recipe #66035

    I saw this being made on Saturday Kitchen and made it the same evening. The chef on the programme used one large and thick chicken breast which he halved horizontal to make two thin slices of the breast. Because the chicken breasts I had were small I used two and pounded them to make them larger and thinner. That is how I will write down this recipe and leave it up to you to adjust the cooking time depending on the thickness of the chicken you will be using. If you don't have woody rosemary sprigs, just use wooden skewers.

    Recipe #178908

    I created this recipe one night out of desperation, since my pantry was almost bare. It turned out that my husband loved it!

    Recipe #239475

    A mild Indian dish with lots of flavor, the original recipe from Madhur Jaffrey calls for chicken parts, if you use those buy a bit more chicken and adjust the cooking time. Found this recipe about 20 years ago and it has become one of our favorites.

    Recipe #57908

    This is NOT my original recipe, TRUE! But from one of the contestants on the tv program My Restaurant Rules too! Is an ingredient I wanted to try, Honestly cannot tell you why! THIS came out FANTASTIC written as is on the day, I slightly altered some things to fit my diet, what can I say! I also added some hints and tips for someone who (like me before) had never made! If I was in a restaurant, for this would surely have paid! :) http://www.mykitchenrules.com.au

    Recipe #422261

    This was inspired by a fantatstic chicken tagine from Melbourne's Meccah Bah. It has a lovely balance of spice and sweetness. I've customised it from other tagine receipes I've found - and I think this produces the best result. Modest .. maybe.. try for yourself!

    Recipe #212534

    A simplified version of Chicken Marengo.

    Recipe #356498

    2 Reviews |  By MigJ

    This is really easy and pretty darn good.

    Recipe #307991

    This recipe was made from leftovers and has been requested again ALREADY by Malcolm, my husband! Cooked chicken is mixed with smoky, hot chorizo sausage and folded through a chipotle chilli tomato sauce..........sounds too hot?! I then added some sweet corn, sour cream and a jar of mild salsa to calm it down a bit, but please DO use hot salsa if you like a little spice in your life! I topped this with a dollop of sour cream and dressed it with chopped jalapeno peppers, parsley and a little chopped coriander (cilantro) for a perfect cold weather lunch. I devised this recipe especially for the Two for One Leftovers event in the Cooking Photo's Forum. Please adjust the chilli powder to your own requirements. I like spicy food but Malcolm does not, so I topped mine with loads of chopped jalapeno peppers and a sprinkling of chipotle chilli powder!! NB: I used Spanish chorizo sausage, which is cured; if you are using fresh chorizo sausage, it needs to be browned beforehand.(I made this original recipe with leftovers from KissKiss's Recipe #368069. However, ANY cooked chicken will do for this!) NOTE on adding water to salsa: My salsa was VERY thick and adding the water made it much better when baked; if your salsa is a very runny one already, do not add the water!

    Recipe #407666

    After seeing this on Food Network and trying it that very night, I'll never make a roasted chicken any other way. The vegetables alone are worth it, but the chicken is so unbelievably tender and juicy that you can't help but go back for seconds. I've made only very subtle changes to suit my taste, and I would recommend nearly doubling the veggies if feeding four grown people. Reheated leftovers are phenomenal (use medium power on microwave).

    Recipe #368069

    A nice easy dish for those busy days around the holidays. Put this on before going shopping and dinner is waiting when you get home! Serve with rice or couscous and a veggie. Boneless chicken thighs could be used also. EDITED TO ADD: The 6 hour cooking time is based on my very old crockpot, but I have noticed my newer crockpot cooks hotter, so 4 hours on low may be plenty.

    Recipe #270805

    28 Reviews |  By txghog

    This is my all-time favorite low-fat, low-cal recipe. I got it from a great cookbook, More Healthy Homestyle Cooking, and I have to say that this recipe is worth the price of the book! For more crunch and color, you can cook some red pepper and trimmed snow peas for 4 minutes in the skillet before adding the chicken. I like it just the way it is, though, served over rice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #82915

    1 Reviews |  By BecR

    I like to serve this easy one-pan dish throughout the holidays, when fresh cranberries are in season! Frozen or dried cranberries could also be used, for all year round appeal. Feel free to adjust sweetness to your tastes (we like it tangy, aromatic, and not too sweet). This chicken is great served with stuffing or rice, and your favorite seasonal vegetables.

    Recipe #400337

    A very easy dish to make, and delicious served over rice.

    Recipe #9860

    The mayonnaise make these chicken breast very moist and tender--enjoy!

    Recipe #37336

    2 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a Beth Elon recipe, and she's never let me down before. This is a great recipe for springtime, and is also kosher for Passover.

    Recipe #58984

    1 Reviews |  By Derf

    Delicious chicken quick and easy! Adapted from Company's Comming.

    Recipe #386034

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