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Chili Improvements

I love chili. I never really make it the same way twice. I don’t measure my ingredients, and I don’t use beans. This weekend I decided to expand on my basic ingredients and the results were amazing. First, I used chicken and beef as my meats. I started by boiling skin on, bone in chicken […]

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Honey Mustard Maple Chicken

I have made this with boneless, skinless chicken breasts and with skin-on, bone-in legs and thighs. Both turned out great! ChickenHoney mustard dressingMaple syrup (the real stuff, not maple flavored pancake syrup)Garlic powderFresh ground black pepper Heat oven to 350. Place chicken in a casserole dish. Top with all the other ingredients (it doesn’t take […]

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Maryland Fried Chicken

By Jane Bartels 1 cut up chickenbread crumbs and flour mixture….guesstimate…cut up onions….to taste..I use about two small ones.Salt and Pepper dip chicken in 3 cups of milk, then the breadcrumbs/flour mixture.fry a little bit just to set the crust…Fry in butter and oil mixture…but not alot of grease.pour the milk into the chicken skillet […]

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Monterey Chicken and Bacon Sandwiches

These sandwiches are made mostly from leftovers. The other day I made black-eyed pea patties and way too much hummus. Roasted chicken breastBaconSproutsHummusMonterey jackMayonnaiseMulti grain bread To make two sandwiches place slices of cheese on two slices of bread and leave the other two untopped. Toast all four slices in the oven melting the cheese. […]

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Southern Fried Chicken

By Jane Bartels 1 chicken, cut up and soaked for an hour (or so…) in salted water. Pat dry. Same chicken soaked in buttermilk for an hour. (buttermilk: milk with sour cream mixed into it…maybe a 1/2 cup with 2 cups of milk.) crush potato chips (a bag??) and mix with 1 cup of flour, […]

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Hungarian Chicken Paparkish

By Jane Bartels. 1 chicken already dead and cut up…feathers removed. 2 large cut up onions….also dead. a handful of parsley, cut up. 1 clove of garlic, cut up or smashed enough water to cover in a large skillet salt and pepper Hungarian Sweet Paparika (spellling varies…) about 2 tablespoons.(this spice you can get at […]

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Easy Chicken Florentine

You can alter this in many ways. My goal was to make this as easy a humanly possible, with the illusion of being a complex gourmet dish. In other words, I wanted to make something really wonderful and be lazy about it. It can be done! 2 Chicken breastsFresh spinach (about ½ bag)Garlic (5 or […]

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Raspberry Jalapeno Chicken

Raspberry jelly, 12ozVinegar, 2 tablespoonsBrown sugar, 1 tablespoonOnion powder, 1 teaspoonFresh jalapenos, 2, sliced and seededFresh garlic, 1 clove, sliced Preheat oven to 325. Combine all ingredients in a sauce pan, slowly bring to a boil, while stirring. Remove from heat. Place chicken in casserole dish. Top with sauce and cover. Bake until done (30-45 […]

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Flaming Chicken Marsala

This is one of those fun dishes that you get to light on fire. Most chicken marsala recipes call for whole boneless skinless chicken breast. I was serving 3 people and did not have equal sized breasts, so I decided to cut mine up for easier portioning. Either way works. Boneless skinless chicken breastFlourOlive oil […]

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Blackened Chicken

Boneless skinless chicken breastBacon grease Marinade:Worcestershire sauceTamari sauceLemmon juiceWater Blackening seasonings:SugarOnion powderPepperPaprikaCayenneFile (sassafras powder, optional)Salt Before you cook:Pound chicken to about ½ inch thickness. Marinade can be made in proportions to your liking. Marinate chicken (completely submerged in marinade) in the refrigerator for as long as possible, up to overnight. Blackening seasonings can also be […]