Category Archives for Chicken

Oven Barbecued Chicken

Oven Baked BBQ Chicken - quick and easy dinner.

Are you looking for something quick and easy to fix for dinner? I’ve got you covered. We love this recipe. The chicken is delicious for dinner, but also makes for great leftovers. You can also do the same thing with thin pork chops. Just as tasty and easy to make. 3 pounds chicken legs &/OR […]

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Lemon-Peppered Chicken

A simple roasted chicken dish seasoned with lemon and pepper.

This simple dish is easy enough to make on a weeknight, but pretty enough for company. Cook the chicken quartered to get it done faster, or cook up the whole bird for a pretty presentation. Personally I prefer mine quartered. This makes quite a bit of chicken. I serve it with rice and vegetables the […]

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Slowcooker Chicken and Biscuits

Easy slow cooker chicken and dumplings stew made with chicken breast, cream of chicken soup and refrigerator biscuits.

Some days you just need to curl up with a nice bowl of comfort food. And is there anything better than chicken and dumplings? Sure, it’s nice to make everything completely from scratch and I do that quite a bit. But there are also days that you know you’ll be busy or are just not […]

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Creamed Chicken

Creamed chicken is such an easy and versatile dish (as you’ll see in a minute). It’s a staple around here. I serve it plain over noodles, rice or toast. If you have some leftover veggies sitting in the fridge, add them to the mix toward the end. Or use one of the 7 variations of […]

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Chicken Pot Pie

Good o’l fashioned chicken pot pie is always a favorite around here. And if you make it from scratch, it’s a very frugal meal. Get the cheapest cut of chicken you can and just cook it. I like getting a whole chicken, cook it in the crockpot and then use some of the meat for […]

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Piece of Cake Caribbean Chicken

Last week I shared a quick & easy recipe from Tracy over at Moms In A Blog and mentioned she’s writing a sweet little Kindle ebook called Cooking from the Pantry:  The Busy Mom’s Guide to Creating Fabulous No-Fuss Meals in 30 Minutes or Less.  The recipes are so tasty that I wanted to share […]

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Chicken Coconut Curry

This is quite delicious. It isn’t exactly an authentic coconut curry because it doesn’t use expensive, hard-to-find curry paste. It is a close copy though, and I bet you’ll be wowed by how good and how cheap it is. 2 tablespoons oil 1 tablespoon curry powder 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes 3 pounds chicken pieces, […]

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Chicken & Dumplings

Chicken and Dumplings is just about the most delicious creation to ever come out of the deep South. Pure comfort food, of the highest order. There are as many ways to make it as there are cooks who specialize in it. After much trial and error, I have discovered the key to making good Chicken […]

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Chicken In A Bag

Take 1 whole chicken. Clean out and rinse. Take 1 medium large paper bag ( large enough for the chicken with room to spare.) Coat the chicken all over with seasoning salt. Place in bag and use a twist tie to close, making the bag kind of puffy above the chicken. Place on baking sheet […]

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Garlic Sage Brick Chicken

Thank you, Tijuana, for submitting this great recipe and for supplying the link with the pictures. Looks delicious! Sometimes on Thanksgiving day or Christmas, I do not want to cook a turkey. I know. It’s a shame. I start looking for time-saving poultry ideas, so I can get in and out of the kitchen fast. […]

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Roasted Chicken With Garlic Brown Butter Pasta

Ingredients: 2 tablespoons canola oil – 3 chicken breasts – 1 lb thin spaghetti – 7 tablespoons butter – 2 cloves garlic – minced 3 tablespoons heavy cream – 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese – 2 tablespoons cilantro – chopped Instructions: Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Sprinkle the seasoned salt and pepper to taste over […]

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Chicken Teriyaki Recipe

Teriyaki is Japanese cooking technique where the meat is grilled (similar to hibachi). To adapt this for home cooking, we’re fixing it in a large skillet. Let’s start by mixing up the Teriyaki sauce which will act as marinade and flavoring agent in this dish.Teriyaki Sauce •    1/3 cup soy sauce •    1/3 cup water […]

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