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Cool Nerds Gal



Joined: 21 Feb 2007
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2007 1:18 am    Post subject: Chicken recipes Reply with quote

Since I just joined I thought I might share a recipe that does not take science to make. LOL. Even though I am not an Engineer, I am marrying one. LORD HELP ME! LOL. But, however I have always loved this sight and thought it was about time I joined it. My name is Teri I am from Philadelphia and I am an avid baker and cook. Give me a yell if anyone has any questions. I am attaching a recipe from a catering business that is super simple and fast to put together. I hope this site gets more postings!
I am not a huge chicken fan but his is a good one. I labeled it chicken if anyone wants to add their favorite. Ugh, Chickenů DOES IT TASTE LIKE CHICKEN?

CHICKEN MIRIN

3 POUNDS BONELESS CHICKEN BREAST

CUT UP BITE SIZE PIECES. FLOUR LIGHTLY. BROWN SLIGHTLY IN 3 TABLESPOONS OIL. REMOVE PIECES AND SET ASIDE.

ADD TO PAN:

1 CUP WATER
2 CUP JAPANESE MIRIN WINE
1 CUP SOY SAUCE
2 TABLESPOONS SUGAR

SIMMER MIXTURE 5 MINUTES
ADD CHICKEN AND COOK UNTIL SLIGHTLY THICKENED.
REMOVED FROM HEAT ADD:

3 BUNCHES OF SCALLIONS, SLICED DIAGNOLLY ( 1 1/2" LONG)

SERVE WITH RICE ( I prefer brown)
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Recipe Diva



Joined: 20 Feb 2007
Posts: 4
Location: Philly

PostPosted: Wed Feb 21, 2007 2:01 pm    Post subject: Creamy & Delicious Chicken ~ "OH, comfort Food!&quo Reply with quote

Creamy & Delicious Chicken

Oh comfort food!

4 chicken breasts, boiled, de-boned, diced
32 ounces frozen broccoli, cooked and drained
3/4 cup mayonnaise
1 medium onion, chopped
1 (10 1/2 ounce) can cream of mushroom soup
1 cup chicken broth
1/2 cup cheddar cheese, grated
1/2 cup butter
1 (8 ounce) package seasoned stuffing mix

1. Mix diced chicken and broccoli in 9" x 13" casserole dish.
2. Top chicken and broccoli with grated cheese.
3. In separate bowl, mix soup, onion, chicken broth, mayonnaise, and salt& pepper to taste.
4. Pour mixture over broccoli, chicken& cheese in casserole dish.
5. Melt butter; toss into stuffing mix.
6. Spread stuffing mixture over casserole.
7. Bake for 30 minutes in 350░ oven.

I double this recipe. I often double the topping.
This is a recipe you can play and add what you like with.

I serve this with sour cream.
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rashd



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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:04 pm    Post subject: New Wok for Father's day Reply with quote

I just got a new SS wok and I need a recipe for some kind of chicken stir-fry.
I was hoping to find something generic that I could use as a launch pad.

Actually, the hard part for me is doing the sauce (no experience, here).
I am thinking of chicken, snow peas, carrots, spring onions and sesame seeds in some stock .
How do you get a sauce to finish?
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jono
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:15 pm    Post subject: Re: Chicken recipes Reply with quote

Cool Nerds Gal wrote:
Since I just joined I thought I might share a recipe that does not take science to make. LOL. Even though I am not an Engineer, I am marrying one. LORD HELP ME! LOL. But, however I have always loved this sight and thought it was about time I joined it. My name is Teri I am from Philadelphia and I am an avid baker and cook. Give me a yell if anyone has any questions. I am attaching a recipe from a catering business that is super simple and fast to put together. I hope this site gets more postings!


looks very much like chicken teriyaki to me, and ALL cooking involves science Teasing
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 18, 2008 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

rashd wrote:
I just got a new SS wok and I need a recipe for some kind of chicken stir-fry.
I was hoping to find something generic that I could use as a launch pad.

Actually, the hard part for me is doing the sauce (no experience, here).
I am thinking of chicken, snow peas, carrots, spring onions and sesame seeds in some stock .
How do you get a sauce to finish?


usually by adding other flavours, such as soy sauce, fish sauce, oyster sauce, bean curd and/or chilli pastes, etc., then cornflour in a little water to thicken, all in the wok. Good luck
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aniketvichare



Joined: 19 Dec 2018
Posts: 6

PostPosted: Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:10 pm    Post subject: Chicken recipes Reply with quote

Want to learn Chicken recipes, sharing the ingredients of Masala Chicken. 1 1/4 kilograms washed & dried chicken. 3 cup sliced onion. 2 cup minced tomato. 1 cup finely chopped coriander leaves. 1 tablespoon garlic flakes. 1 teaspoon cumin seeds. 1 tablespoon chilli powder. 1/2 teaspoon powdered turmeric.
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Lancer21



Joined: 29 Jun 2019
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 29, 2019 5:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Speaking of comfort food, here's my simple, not-that-original chicken recipe for these times:

-Full chicken breasts, as many as you want
-Cheese (in sheets if you want it to be easy, or grated or in thinly cut slices if you want it to be extra gourmet)
-Breadcrumbs
-Eggs
-Flour
-Spices of your liking (I always throw whatever's lying around, black pepper, curry, paprika, rosemary, thyme, red pepper in flakes... It's never the same)

1) Take the chicken breasts, pull out the little strips under then, put them aside, keep the main parts around.
2) Cut the breasts in half in their length, so that they open like a book.
2.5) If they're thick, cut slices of chicken from the "covers" of the "book", the halfes of the breast shouldn't be thicker than 1.25cm/0.5 inch or it'll take ages to cook
3) Put salt in the opened "book", put cheese in, spices if you want, close it. You can put pesto as well.
4) Pour flour in a large deep plate, mix it with generous amounts of spices. Break eggs in another plate, and pour your bread crumbs in a third one.
5) Dip the chicken breasts in flour, then in eggs, then in bread crumbs. Set aside.
6) Take the chicken strips and what you cut from the "book covers", dip them in flour, then eggs, then bread crumbs.
7) Heat a pan, lubricate it with what you prefer (I usually go for 2/3 olive oil and 1/3 butter), be generous with it as the crumb covering needs to fry. If you have lots of oil on hand and aren't afraid, you can fill half of your pan with oil and have it boil.
8) Put the big cheese-filled chicken breasts in the pan, let them cook until done. Don't hesitate to cut inside to see how the chicken's done, don't take the breasts out as long as the inside isn't 100% white and doesn't form "strings" like cooked chicken does.
9) Either when you're done or if you have space for them in your pan, fry the smaller cheeseless pieces as well. THese don't need as much time.
10) Serve and enjoy! One cheese filled chicken breast will be enough for your average adult, and you can pour the smaller pieces in a bowl for people to pick them up as snacks.
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