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    What came first.....the chicken or the egg!

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    This is a quick meal--10 minutes to the table--tastes great too!

    Recipe #90499

    Not as garlic-y as you would think, the cloves remain unpeeled!

    Recipe #84362

    After enjoying an Arby's sandwich I could not help but try to make one similar because it was that good. I think this is pretty close, but better because all the fruits are fresh. I don't really measure so, the measurements are guesses, and it's more of getting a desired consistency. Also use your own favorite type of bread. I preferably use whole grain wheat.

    Recipe #204480

    10 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This recipe came from another recipe site. It is mouthwatering delicious. Beautiful presentation. Simple, simple, simple to make. Originally found the recipe in February and just got around to making it. I'm sorry I lost all of that time eating it! I'll make up for it now. Cook time does not include 2 hours for marinating.

    Recipe #98278

    This is my homemade recipe that I have been working on for over 10 years. Many people have devoured this meal, and enjoyed its rich and authentic Italian taste. For those who love garlic, cheese, and the rich taste of Italian seasonings will love this authentic Italian dish.

    Recipe #179233

    This is an old recipe I have made for many years. The recipe may sound a little strange, but the acid from the tomato and the oil from the avocado contributes to the chicken's incredible baked-in moistness and tenderness.

    Recipe #198496

    I made this one last night and hubby was looking for another one before he had finished the first! This is THE BEST chicken sandwich I have ever made...and it took about 10 minutes to put together ! Great for lunch or dinner....a hearty sandwich with lots of stuffing in it ! Enjoy!

    Recipe #138354

    this makes enough for 2 servings..just the right size for empty nesters..

    Recipe #198255

    This is a family favorite recipe at our house that I usually make at least once per month. It's really like an oven-fried chicken, it should come out crispy and browned. I don't even measure the ingredients any more, I just dump the flour and spices in the bag and shake away - it's SO easy! This is great with mashed potatoes (if you make gravy with the pan drippings) and corn (in the summer), carrots (in the winter). The original recipe is from GH Illustrated Cookbook, I've changed a few things.

    Recipe #74279

    1 Reviews |  By byZula

    I first made this when I was 15 and my family enjoyed it. It's okay following the recipe, but I think you should add a little extra seasoning to make it more flavorful like I did.(I must add garlic salt to almost everything!) :-)

    Recipe #183969

    A long time family favorite, and the gravy is wonderful!

    Recipe #96885

    35 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is one of those easy oven recipes that is absolutely delicious. It was shared by a chef on another cooking website.

    Recipe #49047

    An excellent, juicy baked chicken. You'll have folks fighting over the garlic cloves to snack on! It happens also to be lowcarb but so good everybody will want it... :)

    Recipe #27069

    This is a tasty way to make chicken nuggets at home! My kids like things with a kick, so they enjoy these, but if yours don't then simply omit the red pepper!

    Recipe #122917

    A recipe I have made over 10 years from the Little Rock UMC cookbook. So EASY! A great Sunday family dish. Note that when made with breasts or thighs, you may need to add more of the water/flour mix for the gravy.

    Recipe #122642

    This is from Rachael Ray’s 365: No Repeats. It is great! Easy and fast to make. I served it with sour cream mashed potatoes. The leftovers are great over pasta or plain polenta.

    Recipe #171233

    This is an easy one-dish dinner that even your teenager or husband could get on the table! It is true comfort food and nice during the colder months.

    Recipe #407368

    The flavorful coating on this chicken stays nice and crispy. Very easy; only 5 ingredients.

    Recipe #96711

    For this recipe we used the BBQ sauce we made in class (Tomato Based Barbecue Sauce rz.#184193). It is delish!! You can use whatever BBQ sauce you like, the smoking chips are what make this recipe. If using a gas grill - you can wrap the smoking chips loosely in aluminum foil, poke LOTS of holes in the top allowing the smoke to escape.

    Recipe #184322

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