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19 7/20/11 8:43 A
I love chicken and sometimes don't have the time to cook, so I place chicken breast in a crock pot and dump sala on the top and cook it all day. Serve over brown rice or whole wheat pasta. My kids love it too! It is effortless. Enjoy!
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1 7/20/11 8:08 A
What is lite rice? Sounds great if so and where to buy it! Thanks
Onions, green pepper, maybe carrot, cook it with leg quarters. Some sort of tomato product, like tomato paste. Remove the chicken, add orzo or similar pasta and enough water to cook the pasta. Re-add the chicken and hold for a bit to incorporate the flavors.
There is probably a step in the process where the chicken fat can be removed. At this point, it's "whatever remains in the bowl after eating it with a fork" which is a measurable, and probably a proper assumption that what you do eat is equal.
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1,470 7/19/11 10:28 A
Please don't forget that chicken can be braised in various saues/liquids such as wine (Coq au Vin) or Tomatoes (Veracruz).
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1,247 7/18/11 1:15 P
Let me know how you enjoyed it. Its my own creation with 0 help from anyone. I'll be waiting for your answer
I buy leg quarters or chicken breast. Season with Essence of Emeril (or any spices you like) then bake for 30 minutes skin side down @ 350 the flip skin side up for another 30 min. Skin is crispy. I do a whole package for the week. One day chicken and veggies another day Chicken Salad. The way I do Chicken Salad is to slice off bone, add 1 tablespoon ranch dressing or mayo, mix then top with lettuce and salad garnishes.
This is simple enough: Take bone in, skin on chicken breasts, rub with a little olive oil, sprinkle on a little salt, garlic powder, paprika and black pepper. Roast in a shallow pan in a pre-heated 450 degree oven for 30-40 minutes. Poke one with a knife at the thickest point. If the juices look clear, the chicken is done. The flavors will get into the meat. You don't have to eat the skin. I leave it on to keep the breasts juicy.
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