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    I took this in to work for a pot luck Thanksgiving dinner last year and I heard several people say it was the best thing there. One woman said, "That chicken dish was out of this world." Be sure to use real mayonnaise. Do not substitute salad dressing i.e. Miricle Whip.

    Recipe #189121

    Follow this recipe and you will have the best juiciest roasted chicken on the planet, a larger roasting chicken may be used and this also works well with a small turkey with cooking times adjusted --- plan ahead for best flavor if using seasoned salt the chicken should chill overnight if using white salt there is no need for chilling time --- OPTIONAL get a lemon or two, use a fork and poke full of holes, then place into the cavity of the chicken, roast as stated, the chicken will be moist and have a faint lemon flavor.

    Recipe #195556

    A take off of jambalaya. Serve this over rice, and to be sure this recipe is done in 30 min. start cooking the rice before beginning the recipe. Just keep the rice covered until ready to serve. From Cooking Pleasure magazine.

    Recipe #193415

    I found this recipe in Cooking Pleasures magazine. Lemons are an important flavoring ingredient in North Africa. It can be hard to find the salted and preserved lemons used there, but this microwave method yields a similar flavor.

    Recipe #193250

    This is from Gourmet Magazine 1948. "It's been decades since this dish was considered ethnic. Now we just think of it as down-home American food of the best kind. The moist, tender meat takes on a deep tomato flavor that suggests it's been cooking for days rater than for less than 2 hours." I don't see why you couldn't do this one in the crock pot! Serve over white rice or egg noodles.

    Recipe #192773

    I got this from a friend who highly recommended it. I made this the other night for me and the DH and it was a huge hit!! Even shared with a friend of mine and she loved it too!!!

    Recipe #180378

    A quick meal with lots of flavors!!

    Recipe #192524

    This HAS to be good!! This was Pres. Eisenhower's favorite BBQ chicken dish. It was published in our newspaper in 1958, and then again not so long ago. I have some chicken in the freezer just waiting for some BBQ sauce!!!

    Recipe #192494

    This comes from Nadine's Restaurant in Lexington, Kentucky. This recipe does call for chicken base, which is a thick paste sold in plastic tubs in the refrigerator or freezer section of specialty markets. Also, because this is a 4 layer lasagna (4 noodle layers), the thinner, no pre-cooking needed style noodles work best.

    Recipe #192311

    This is a recipe that I've used for years. It's so quick and easy for a week night meal and has such wonderful flavor.

    Recipe #40339

    Fresh, crunchy and so good! I made this up when my favorite Chinese dressing mix was discontinued. My husband loves this! We usually eat it just between the two of us while the kids eat a cheese pizza. But the kids usually end up eating some too.

    Recipe #191696

    I originally made this using a recipe I found in an italian cookbook. I don't have the book anymore, so I've had to make this from memory, and it gets better everytime! If they're in season, you can add fresh tomatoes. Serve this over pasta, rice, mashed potatoes, whatever you choose. Refrigerates and reheats well.

    Recipe #191827

    From Patricia Wells' Bistro Cooking, a classic French dish.

    Recipe #191905

    This is an easy but delish recipe for Chicken Parm - It's modified from a recipe on Food Network. Pounding the chicken makes a difference, so don't skip that step, please!

    Recipe #191201

    Saw this on Emeril Live the other night, and it made me drool!!! Tried it out tonight, and it was as good as expected, and couldn't be easier! SOOOOOO tender, the chicken falls right apart when you try to pick it up. It makes it's own rich broth that you turn into a gravy. With the leftover chicken, I'm making chicken and dumplings tomorrow night!!

    Recipe #191056

    I made this last night, "winging it" with stuff on hand. My husband said it was perfect and to make it again without changing a single thing. (I'm kind of known for inconsistent results due to making small changes that turn out badly). So to make sure I CAN make this again, I'm posting it. Hope you like it, too. It's super simple.

    Recipe #191074

    There are alot of Chicken Divan recipes here in Recipezaar. Mine has a few things that are diffrent. I love this stuff and my kids devour it!!

    Recipe #158701

    Make this only if you are a garlic-lover, don't worry the garlic will mellow while baking, you could reduce the garlic slightly I like to use three large heads --- the one hour baking time may need to be increased slightly as you are opening your oven door to basting the chicken every 10-15, this will allow hot air to escape --- plan ahead the chicken needs to be refrigerated for 1 hour, but no more than that as the lemon will start to "cook" the chicken --- you may also add in a sliced onion.

    Recipe #190197

    2 Reviews |  By mtodryk

    from Throwdown with Bobby Flay

    Recipe #189757

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