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    18 Reviews |  By yooper

    I haven't made this one yet, but it sounds very good! Prep time does not include 3 hour marinating time.

    Recipe #36548

    When I was in college, I worked in an Asian restaurant. My boss made the best curry I have ever tasted, and after much prodding and bothering the poor man, he finally fessed up! I have worked for years to get the recipe right, and I think this is it! I hope you like it as much as I do.

    Recipe #37139

    This is to die for! Don't be shocked by the amount of garlic, it does work. I just wouldn't recommend any up-close-personal-contact for a couple days.... ;)

    Recipe #64913

    Source: Ina Garten http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/tequila-lime-chicken-recipe/index.html

    Recipe #67290

    5 Reviews |  By Geema

    This dish is a little spicy, a little sweet and very delicious. I like to garnish it with some flaked coconut and chopped peanuts. Rice is the perfect side dish to enjoy with the coconut sauce.

    Recipe #81938

    Mwa-ha-ha-ha! Vincent Price actually was a world class gourmet cook. In 1965, with his wife Mary, he authored "A Treasury of Great Recipes", published by Grosset & Dunlap; the cookbook is still renowned as a masterpiece. Also, Price was the son of a candy manufacturer and the grandson of the inventor of baking powder. This chicken dish was featured either in an advertisement or magazine/newspaper; it is delicious! My preparation notations are in parentheses; FYI, I didn't particularly find it spicy "hot" at all; add more Tabasco if you think you'd like this dish hotter. Enjoy!

    Recipe #102042

    Are you looking for something to spice up your life? Can you take the heat? Try this - you'll find out why I make it once a week! This recipe actually is for about 20 frozen wings, but to cut back on the fat content I now use it for 4 defrosted (skinless) boneless chicken breast.

    Recipe #105888

    This is a recipe that my mom and I came up with. My hubby loves it and requests it often. For a quick version, try buying a pre-cooked box of seasoned fajita chicken instead of cooking your own. You can also buy black bean dip in a pinch.

    Recipe #105893

    I think this was one of the first "real" dinners I made. My husband states that I could open a restaurant and only serve this...so at least one compliment! Alter the heat with more or less jalepenos and Tabasco.

    Recipe #105923

    1 Reviews |  By Pietro

    It is easy and very tasty. Pork or veal mince can be substituted for chicken mince. Just for fun, why not have a combination of pork,veal and chicken. Whatever you choose,this recipe will get you top votes. You can make it ahead of time and it will freeze for up to 2 months.

    Recipe #106022

    Recipe from Food Network. BE WARNED!!!!! This is a very spicy dish. You may want to adjust the seasonings accordingly. I repeat, this is a very spicy dish. That said, everyone at my house loved it. The chicken (I used thighs) came about unbelievably melt in your mouth tender. Serve on a bed of rice noodles. Yummy!

    Recipe #106412

    this is a favorite at our house. a friend of mine made something similar and i changed it around to get this recipe. the buttermilk makes the chicken very juicy and tender. i learned that at a restaraunt i used to work for.

    Recipe #17685

    This was my daughter's favorite dish (along with some of her friends). She enjoyed it so much that we had to make it a weekly recipe.

    Recipe #21882

    I adopted this recipe after Mean Chef (IHHDRO) left the site. His original comments were, "This is a very simple and delicious broiled chicken breast dish. It is from Rick Bayless. The flavor comes from the use of chipotles and creme fraiche." My original review stated, "Very easy, but wonderfully tasty meal. I used whipping cream, as creme fraiche is not available in my area. I also doubled the sauce and the spinach, as advised by *Shelly*. It was great. My only mistake was to add an extra chipotle to the mix...it was just a little spicy for my tastes, but my hubby had no complaints. There were no leftovers with this dinner." We have since made this many times and always enjoy it.

    Recipe #26138

    Recipe #50876

    The ultimate roasted chicken pot pie. Can be made mostly in advance.

    Recipe #50880

    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

    This recipe comes from the restaurant "Brennan's" located in New Orleans. No one has to know how simple and quick it is. I posted this recipe exactly as it was in the book, however, if you like a little "heat" please feel free to add some cayenne pepper to taste.

    Recipe #65768

    Another easy to make yet impressive main course. Smells heavenly while cooking!

    Recipe #67422

    Cooked chicken breasts, drizzled with Bearnaise sauce.. served on a bed of deep fried potatoes , diced ham, mushrooms, onion, garlic and white wine...... I got this off the internet YEARS ago. I've only made it once!! I lost the recipe and it took me forever to find it again! I remember feeling slightly overwhelmed while making this(feeling like I had so much to do at once) but the end result was worth it!! ** I used packaged Bearnaise Sauce** **The only tips I can think of is I would start this recipe by making the Bearnaise sauce so it's done and deep frying the potatoes so they're done. ** Also, as you can see by the picture , smaller pieces of chicken are just fine too!

    Recipe #92413

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