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

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    I know there are a ton of Tso's Chicken (pronounced by the cook as "sho"). This one is exactly like the Tso's at Evergreen, the restaurant I frequent. This makes lots of sticky sauce, just great for going over rice. They are closed on Mondays, so if I'm craving Chinese, I have to make it at home, which is always better.

    Recipe #153953

    This is an adoptee. I have made it many many times and want to be able to help people out when they make it! One of the best I've ever had. Takes some time, but oh so worth it. Good eats ;-)

    Recipe #52488

    Adapted from menus4moms.com, this is a simple but filling comfort dish.

    Recipe #143730

    I have not tried this recipe. I got this recipe from The Pioneer Woman Cooks.

    Recipe #307100

    N'awlin's style of chicken with an updated Alfredo sauce.

    Recipe #39087

    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

    This is similar to a sandwich made at my moms old restaurant. It is good as a sandwich or on its own with a salad and crusty bread...

    Recipe #459317

    This pot pie is one I make often in the fall and winter when we are looking for something warm and comforting for our tummies. We love it so much that I have to double the recipe every time I make it, because the first bite will have you asking for more! Creamy, wonderful blend of flavors, and comforting to the soul, this one is a favorite and crowd pleaser!

    Recipe #465340

    This looked too good to pass up when I found it in Cooking Light magazine. I have not had the pleasure of trying it yet, but I will this summer! Serve over a bed of jasmine or basmati rice.

    Recipe #172673

    Chicken breasts marinated in herbs and stuffed with red peppers, spinach and mozzarella cheese.....what could be more devine? Cook time does include marinating time.

    Recipe #173858

    This is quite a spicy marinade...so beware. Flattening the chicken is the hardest part of this recipe. By flattening the chicken it cooks quicker - more meat exposed to heat the faster it will cook.

    Recipe #184204

    This is a Georgian recipe. Not the Georgia in the Southern US, but the one far away in Russia. It is known there as "Chicken Tabaka". Found this gem in Bon Appetit, October 2006. I have not tried this one yet so times are a guess, and the prep time includes chill time. Let me know what ya think!

    Recipe #192203

    I found this recipe in the Thanksgiving issue of Easy Home Cooking. Sounds delicious and I need a safe place to keep it.

    Recipe #192653

    This is so goood. golden brown crispy pieces of chicken with loads of garlic flavor. The only real work with this recipe is to either cut the chicken yourself into 2 inch pieces or have your butcher do it (my way :)). For this recipie you need to use the biggest frying pan you have, so all the chicken pieces fit in one layer. If you don’t have a big enough frying pan you will need to use two simultaneusly. Serve with fries for a great meal. I found this in Notes from Spain: www.notesfromspain.com

    Recipe #289140

    This buttery garlic-parmesan sauce is so simple and tastes sinfully delicious. A friend baked plain chicken wings for her Super Bowl party but realized at the last minute that she didn't have Tabasco sauce on hand to make Buffalo sauce. She called in a panic, and this is the sauce I advised. All her party guests raved about it. Some reviewers have stated these wings are as good as or better than Wingstop's. We don't have a Wingstop in our area, so I'll take their word for it! (Note: In response to reviewers' recommendations to decrease the amount of butter, this recipe has been adjusted from 1/2 cup to 1/4 cup of butter. Thanks!)

    Recipe #287041

    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.

    Recipe #45809

    This chicken stew is slightly adapted from Everyday Italian. It is a healthy, hearty soup that is perfect on a cold day and the leftovers are even better!

    Recipe #272928

    Don't think you've got enough time to cook a hot lunch? Well, after trying this, you might think twice! The mayonnaise keeps the chicken from drying out, while the Parmesan cheese and Caesar salad dressing help "seal the deal." (source: unknown food magazine, submitted by Sara Schurtz Gonzalez)

    Recipe #270964

    The short of the story: These are hot wings that fall off the bone. Some people do NOT like it when the wings are "wet" and these are definitely wet and drippy... but man, are they ever delicious! I buy the very large chicken wings for this recipe, the biggest ones I can find. Great for Superbowl Sunday. Enjoy!

    Recipe #271039

    This is an exceptionally easy meal to make, but it tastes as if it took hours to do. Total WW points, 14, or 6 1/2 per serving.

    Recipe #267507

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