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

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    4 Reviews |  By Camzmom

    This is one of the BEST chicken dinners I have ever had! Some of the measurements are a guesstimate. I usually buy the big tray of chicken breasts from the store. Most of the time I buy 2 of them because they freeze really well, but usually they never make it to the freezer.

    Recipe #117380

    5 Reviews |  By Pagan

    This recipe is really two recipes in one. It's also one of the best around for shrimp scampi that works just as well with chicken! This is a favorite in our house. Maybe it will become a favorite in your house, too.

    Recipe #113620

    This is from Rachael Ray. She made this an show called Double Duty. Don't let the long list fool you this is very easy. You can eat that night and freeze the other half for later.

    Recipe #155194

    This Mexican-style soup is an entire meal. It will keep in the freezer for up to three months. You can make this soup with any pre-cooked chicken or turkey. We used store-bought rotisserie chickens, but leftover Thanksgiving turkey will work just as well. When reheating, the hominy may pop in the microwave, so the soup should be thawed overnight in the refrigerator, then reheated over low heat on the stove.

    Recipe #156550

    These chimichangas are oven-browned instead of deep-fried. The filling uses queso fresco. If it's not available, try shredded Monterey Jack.

    Recipe #151034

    This is my "signature" dish. Always get raves on them. They are a bit time consuming, especially if you decide to make your own Pico de Gallo and Guacamole, but well worth it. I sip on a margarita to make the experience most authentic! * I find that I barely have enough cream sauce, you might consider doubling it for ease. * Here is a recommendation for the order of prepping things... *Start chiles soaking (30 minutes) *Cook chicken (I just boil chicken thighs in chicken stock...they need to cool before you can shred the meat) *Drink Margarita *Butter 13x9x2 baking dish *Preheat oven to 350°F *Slice and sauté mushrooms *Drink Margarita *Make sauce *Make filling *Assemble *Cook and eat (and drink Margarita)!

    Recipe #169976

    This recipe came from my daughter. They are so tasty--I think it is the seasoned croutons. You can use these as an appetizer or as a meal. They are yummy!!

    Recipe #104242

    Paul Prudhomme's killer chicken etouffee. Not something you'd want to eat every day but for New Year's or Fat Tuesday, perfect. It's a bit rich so I've adapted it to make it a little less so. I generally cut the peppers in the seasoning mix down to 1/4 of the amount on the ingredients list. Some consider me a wimp. You've been warned! Cook time for stock and rice is not included.

    Recipe #74295

    An easy to make, great weeknight recipe from Contadina.com

    Recipe #157553

    A burly Burrito, a quick and easy meal.

    Recipe #81216

    This chicken is nice and crunchy with just a tiny little bite from the cayenne. Enjoy it alone, topped with honey-mustard dressing or atop a salad (See Recipe #145067). Cooking time includes the 20-30 minutes chicken dries between breading and cooking. This recipe is from Cuisine at Home magazine.

    Recipe #145068

    Quick and easy chicken with Asian flavors. My husband saw it in Cook's Country and asked me to try it--we all loved it! To use as a make-ahead meal, portion out the chicken and place in a zip-loc bag. Measure sauce ingredients in a second bag.

    Recipe #155592

    48 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe is posted by request-let me know how it is!

    Recipe #69202

    Quick and easy dinner, but nice enough for company.

    Recipe #164473

    "Fuggeddaboutit!" A favorite dish of the wiseguys. Make this for dinner and, ba-da-bing, you're ready for an evening with the Sopranos. This is one of my all-time favorite Italian-American chicken recipes. Be sure to serve some crusty bread to sop up the sauce.

    Recipe #168758

    This is a tasty dish than can serve as a main dish with a nice soup or salad. Very economical. I made this a lot when I first moved out of my parents house.

    Recipe #18266

    My own adaptation of Mirj's Garlic Chicken Breasts in Balsamic Vinegar (#15507) for those that like a little less of the vinegar flavor and a little more spice.

    Recipe #45623

    1 Reviews |  By Allyoop

    This is a dinner party dish that can be prepared in advance so you can relax with your guests

    Recipe #50545

    Equal parts crispy and creamy, this chicken dinner is also surprisingly easy to prepare. It may sound fussy, but you'll be amazed at how few ingredients and prep time it takes to create this balanced meal. It's so satisfying, you'll never guess that it's a healthy choice, too

    Recipe #161082

    This is a wonderful chicken tortilla dish recipe!

    Recipe #79520

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