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Old 11-10-2006, 04:50 PM   #1
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Question Chicken Recipes??

It's my turn to cook tonight. And it's chicken's turn to be the evening meat.

So... anyone got any good ideas on chicken quarters (leg/thigh/back)?

We've had fried, baked, smothered in mushroom soup and caccitore to the point of ho-hum!!

Neither my wife nor the PCA can have spicey so things like chicken chili and chicken enchiladas are out as options.

Ideas anyone?
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This site may not help a lot if you've eaten so many chicken recipes but I use it sometimes.

http://www.landolakes.com/mealideas/chicken-recipes.cfm

Maybe you can find something you might like on there.
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Chiggen...........mmmmmmmmm.

How bout boilt chiggen........ you can make noodles and smashed taters. Or you could do creamed and bytchkits.
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Chiggen and rice?

Chiggen pop pie?

Chiggen kabopps?

Sweet and sour Chiggen?
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i luff chicken boobs the bestest....ya well i wasnt breastfed My fav is lemon pepper chickn and brown rice cooked in chicken broth with diced veggies..plain and simple but everyone in my house lays on the compliments....then again they will eat their own fingernails j/k
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i luff chicken boobs the bestest....ya well i wasnt breastfed My fav is lemon pepper chickn and brown rice cooked in chicken broth with diced veggies..plain and simple but everyone in my house lays on the compliments....then again they will eat their own fingernails j/k

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Ever try stuffing the chicken w/ popcorn?? once it blows up, it's easier to serve lololol nice and tender,and there's popcorn souffle!
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Chiggen...........mmmmmmmmm.

How bout boilt chiggen........ you can make noodles and smashed taters. Or you could do creamed and bytchkits.
The creamed sounded good. So here's what I did:

Took my 2 gallon stock pot, put a gallon of water and 5 chicken quarters in it. Boiled it until the water was half gone, removed the chicken to the fridge to cool. Boiled the stock until there was a quart left, strained the broth and put that in the fridge too.

I skimmed the fat off the cooled broth (about 1/4 c.) and made a roux with it (heated the chicken fat, added 1/4 C. flour, salt and seasonings, cooked and stirred until the flour was transluscent).

I added back in the broth to the rioux, added a couple of cups of milk too. Next I skinned and deboned the chicken quarters and added the meat. Finally a couple of random cans of veggies, drained were stirred in. Stir occassionally until the right amount of thickness is reached.

Served over choice of smashed taters or toast.

It was a welcome change :-)

However... since the grocery store had chicken quarters for 39 cents/pound, the problem will be back in about 3 days.

What do ya do that is different with chicken?!
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Chicken and Dumplin' Soup
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Servings: 4 to 6

INGREDIENTS


• 1 lb. boneless, skinless chicken, breasts or tenders
• 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, once around the pan
• 3 ribs of celery from the heart of stalk, finely chopped
• 1 medium white onion, chopped
• 2 white skinned potatoes, peeled and diced
• 3 carrots, peeled and diced
• 1 bay leaf, fresh or dried
• 2 quarts, 32 oz. each, low sodium, no fat, chicken broth
• Coarse salt and black pepper, to taste
• 1 box Jiffy biscuit mix, prepared to directions on box
• A handful of fresh flat leaf parsley, chopped
• 1 /2 cup, a couple of handfuls, frozen green peas, optional
DIRECTIONS
Cut chicken up into bite-size chunks. Spill a handful or two of flour onto a shallow dish. Add salt, pepper and poultry seasoning to the flour. Coat the chicken bits by tossing them all through the flour and rolling them around a bit. Discard the extra flour and wash hands.

Heat 2 tablespoons olive oil in a large, deep pot over medium high heat. Place chicken pieces into hot pan and lightly brown for 3 or 4 minutes on each side. Add the chopped veggies and bay leaf; cover pot and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. While veggies cook, mix up one box of Jiffy biscuit mix according to directions on the box, adding a handful of parsley to the batter. Add chicken broth to pot. Bring broth to a boil. Drop in teaspoons of batter. Cover the pot tightly and simmer 8 minutes. Uncover pan, add peas and cook an additional minute. Adjust salt and pepper to your taste. Leftovers get only better tasting — don’t be afraid of making a whole batch even if you live alone.
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i luff chicken boobs the bestest....ya well i wasnt breastfed My fav is lemon pepper chickn and brown rice cooked in chicken broth with diced veggies..plain and simple but everyone in my house lays on the compliments....then again they will eat their own fingernails j/k


I like the chicken boobs...uh..breastesses best myself. Chicken alfredo sounds good to me, or stir fry, or boilt with rice. Or BBQ'd or fried.

BTW, my chicken enchiladas are very mild.
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Homemade chicken soup with all kinds of veggies and cabbage and rice thrown in. i make a wicked shicken soup!
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Here is one I like to do.

Get some of those big manacotti noodles. You know the ones you can stuff.

Bake the chicken untill done, debone and remove the skin. Cool it first. LOL!

cut up the chicken into small pieces about the size of a cruton.

Add sautayed mushrooms and onion pieces the same size or smaller then the chicken. Add some of your favorite spegitti sauce to make a nice consistant mess. Oh yes add some pieces of your favorite cheeses too.

Stuff the mess into the manacotti after you cook it. Don't over cook the manacotti cause it will fall apart on you while stuffing.

Put the stuffed shells into a bake pan. Add some sause and extra, extra cheese to the top and bake untill the cheese starts to brown up like a pizza.

Serve with some veggies and some home made bread.

It makes a nice meal.

You can also take the chicken mess and put it inside hoggie buns add extra extra cheese and bake for a great sammie.

That should fill ya up!

Or ya could take some cooked chicken, cut it up fine and add some mayo or miricle whip. Put it on white bread and have a boring chicken salad sandwich.
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JD - yeah, I make soup once a week for lunches - right now in the freezer I have an assortment of chicken, turkey and beef soups in serving sized tubs. Got some pork bones and pork pan drippings that will be my Sunday Soup project.

wyo - Miika is allergic to -all- caustics: pepper (any kind from the ground black spice to the veggie kind), sage, cinnamon, and ginger. Tainee has a hiatal hernia and can't eat raw maters (cooked are OK if they have been cooked lots) or anything else with a high acid content. Tainee can eat mild spice - the enchilada casserole of Mato's was ok for her. Miika ended up with burger and fries that night.


BBQ is a challenge. If I find the right sauce....

What I'd love to find is the recipe that a (probably defunct by now) fast food restaraunt chain in NorCal used - the chain was El Pollo Loco... and man, talk about good stuff. The marinade was citrus of some sort, the chicken ended up very yellow though. One of those things where I would still be hungry and trying to eat more of it even when I was completely full! It wasn't spicey either.

Oh and for the record: Me? I like food so spicey it'll cook itself sitting on the counter next to the stove!
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I bet you could substitute a tomatillo for the green chilies. My daughter boils a salsa for her steak tacos with tomatillos.

Chicken fried rice...mmmm...
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wyo - you got a recipe for tomatillo salsa? I'll try most anything at least once!
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That El Pollo Loco dish sounds like pollo con naranjas. Bad news tho' it has cinnamon and cloves

Cut up a 3.5-4 lb fryer, rinse and pat dry. Sprinkle with:

1/8 tsp each ground cinnamon and cloves;
salt and pepper.

Brown in 3 Tbsp oil. Remove chicken and retain ca 2 Tbsp of the drippings. In the reserved drippings, cook until soft:

3 cloves garlic, minced;
1 med onion, chopped.

Return chicken to pan. Add:

1 c. orange juice;
2 Tbsps raisins;
1 Tbsp capers;
a pinch of ground saffron.

Cook over low heat until chicken is done (about 35 mins, 170F in thickest part). Stir in:

1/3 c. almonds, roasted and chopped.

Remove from heat and garnish with:

2-3 sliced oranges with peels, membranes and seeds removed.
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Scaloppine Di Pollo

Skin 8 chicken thighs. Remove the meat from the bones, trying to keep it in one or two big pieces per thigh. Pound meat to 1/4 in thick. Dredge in flour mixed with a little salt and white pepper.

Over medimum high heat, cook the chicken several pieces at a time in:

3 Tbsp olive oil;
1 Tbsp butter.

If the chicken is thin enough each group should cook about 3 mins per side. Be sure the chicken is cooked through.

Place the chicken on an oven-proof platter and place in a low (warm or 250F whichever your oven has) oven to keep warm.

Deglace the pan with 1 c white wine or chicken stock (I use half stock half wine, I think the flavor is better). Bring sauce to a boil and reduce by half. Add:

1/2 c half and half;
1/2 tsp thyme leaves;
2 tsp lemon juice;
salt and white pepper to taste;

Simmer gently, with constant stirring until slightly thickened. Pour over chicken and serve.

Adapted from a recipe in Sunset Italian Cookbook.

The orignal recipe calls for whipping cream and more butter. I changed the amounts to make the dish a touch less rich. Black pepper can be used in place of white; I use the other because I don't like the black specks in the sauce.
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My fav is lemon pepper chickn and brown rice cooked in chicken broth with diced veggies.

Girl how bout I'm having that this week! I'm thinkin about chicken kabobs for later in the week over stirfry veggies ( if there are any i'll make it from the left ovaz)

Chicken fried rice....dang that sounds grand.
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Chicken fried rice IS grand, and easy. It's best with cooked rice and cooked chicken. If you don't have any on hand, just cook your rice and put on a cookie sheet, cover and place in the fridge or freezer. Dice your chicken and saute' until done.

Now begin, saute 1/4 cup diced onions in a couple tablespoons oil in large skillet until translucent. Add about 2-4 cups of cooked rice and stir. Add your chicken, and any other veggies you would like to add. Continue cooking and stirring until heated through. Sprinkle in 2-3 tablespoons of soy sauce. Stir. Move everything to one side. Pour 2 beaten eggs in the empty side. Scramble until almost done, then mix in with rice. DONE!!
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There's several copycat recipes for El Pollo Loco chicken on the web. They all seem incomplete however. The chicken is both marinated and basted, but all the recipes seem to only do one of these methods. And the color must come from tumeric and not yellow food coloring as some recipes try to tell you. Following is combined recipe with the best of both worlds, marinating and basting. I haven't tried it yet, but am as soon as I get to the store.

EL POLLO LOCO CHICKEN

4 chicken breasts boneless or 4 legs

MARINADE:
1 lemon, juice of
1 large orange, juice of
2 tablespoon vinegar
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
3/4 cup Heinz chili sauce
2 teaspoons sugar
2 teaspoons garlic powder
Tabasco sauce to taste
2 tablespoon vegetable oil

Mix all marinade ingredients together.

Place chicken in a glass baking dish and marinate in refrigerator for 4-24 hours.


BROILER BASTING SAUCE
1/3 c Lemon juice
1/3 c Lime juice
1/3 c Canola or vegetable oil
1 ts Ground turmeric
1/2 ts Garlic salt
1/4 ts Black pepper

Arrange the chicken pieces skin-side up on broiler pan in single layer and baste with enough of mixture to evenly coat skin side. Turn and baste other side. Turn again to skin side up and broil 6" from the heat, brushing with additional sauce every few minutes until skin is really crispy and golden brown, approximately 5 to 8 minutes for large pieces.

Or grill, basting frequently.
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