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Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by miron28, Sep 23, 2008.
Hello everybody, any one got any good chicken recipes? fried, baked etc?
A simple one, but one of our favorites...
Put a couple chicken breasts in a pyrex baking dish. Smother with salsa. Bake at 350° until cooked thoroughly. (About 40 minutes?)
this link will take you to a bunch of recipes from BYC'ers...
happy cooking and eating!
check out Allreceipies.com, they havelotsof different recipes, sure to find something you like if not try the Amish website, its great to marrie
The dutch oven is the best way to cook chicken in cooler weather. We do leg 1/4's.
Melt a little "real" butter in the pan, add garlic, onions. lightly brown, add chicken, fresh mushrooms and cream of whatever soup you like. bake 375 for and hour and a half ish, untill nice and tender. serve over wild rice.
Steve in NC
I invented a good recipe last week. I took chicken pieces and removed all skin. Dipped in beaten eggs then breaded and baked at 375 for about an hour give or take.
The breading was:
Old London Lemmon Pepper bread crumbs which was "kicked up" with:
seasoned pepper, about a teaspoon
Johnny's Season Salt, about a teaspoon
Emmerils essence, about a tablespoon
adjust to your taste.
get the chicken good and eggy, liberally coat with the breading, add fire, eat.
mmmmmmmmm. My boys and I loved it. Mom was out of town so it was just us men to fend for ourselves.
Very fast and easy to make. Also with skin and excess fat removed, very healthy.
take lipton onion soup mix, i use about half a packet and store the rest in the fridge. mix with equal amounts of olive oil and use a basting brush to "paint the chicken" and bake at 425 for 35 - 40 minutes. it is so yummy!