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Old 01-29-2012, 03:57 PM   #31
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works for chicken parts on the bone or whole chicken spatchcocked open flat. Works in oven at 375* or on the bbq grill

cup dry white wine (vermouth is good), TSP each dried rosemary taragon parsley, garlic powder. mix together and pour over chicken to marinate (1/2 hour is good) arrange on roasting pan or place on grill, S and P to taste. Baste with marinade trwice in the first 20 min. and drizzle some in the pan. After than brush with pan drippings if you like.

should be done in 35-45 min (perhaps an hour for the whole spatchcocked bird depending on size.)

pan drippings make a nice gravy
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Old 01-29-2012, 11:51 PM   #32
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works for chicken parts on the bone or whole chicken spatchcocked open flat. Works in oven at 375* or on the bbq grill

cup dry white wine (vermouth is good), TSP each dried rosemary taragon parsley, garlic powder. mix together and pour over chicken to marinate (1/2 hour is good) arrange on roasting pan or place on grill, S and P to taste. Baste with marinade trwice in the first 20 min. and drizzle some in the pan. After than brush with pan drippings if you like.

should be done in 35-45 min (perhaps an hour for the whole spatchcocked bird depending on size.)

pan drippings make a nice gravy
WOW! That sounds amazing! Love the Rosemary, tarragon, parsley, garlic combo.
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Old 01-29-2012, 11:53 PM   #33
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With all these great suggestions I might have to reconsider my feelings about chicken and get to work.
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:50 AM   #34
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How "different" do you want? I have a really great recipe for chicken and prune and chicken tagine or sofrito. Let me know if you are interested - I will whip out my recipe book.
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Old 02-02-2012, 09:15 PM   #35
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How "different" do you want? I have a really great recipe for chicken and prune and chicken tagine or sofrito. Let me know if you are interested - I will whip out my recipe book.
We're not really prune fans, but tell me about the other 2: tagine & sofrito dishes. Never heard of those.
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Old 02-03-2012, 12:08 AM   #36
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Tagine is just a Moroccan cooking method. I had a good recipe for a prune one - but I know - the word prune turns everyone off. I see a lot of recipes now call for "dried plums."

Sofrito is a Ladino/sephardi dish. Its super easy - put chicken in slow cooker or in a slow oven, add a few large onion roughly chopped, about 1/2 of a head of garlic peeled, potato cubes (roasted previously so they do not fall apart), then add salt, pepper, paprika, turmeric, allspice and some cumin. Add some stock and let it cook for like 6 hours. Its soooo good. Try not to stir. Serve with rice or couscous
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Prunes taste a lot different when cooked. Not like some sort of constipation remedy.
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I sautee my chicken pieces with onions, bell peppers and stewed tomatoes. Add some garlic and a dash of cumin. Separate chicken from bone and shred with veggies included. On a lightly oiled pan, heat corn tortillas, add the shredded chicken with veggies to each tortilla, top with Mexican blend cheese, fold tortillas like a taco or roll up like a flauta. Continue to heat through until crispy or desired consistency. Top with lettuce, tomato, guacamole and sour cream. Add "Cholula" hot sauce in the chicken!!! And VOILA! You have an amazing dinner for under $10 that serves 4-5. This is one of my family's favorites!
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That Cholula is pretty good stuff. And that Tapatío too!
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Fried chicken "lollipops" with a lemony plum sauce

Tandoori legs

Fricasee legs

Sauteed with mushrooms

Miso marinated and grilled

Boned and marinated in pesto or anything else.

Boned and stuffed with seafood stuffing or other

40 clove garlic legs

Honey mustard

Blackened cajun style

Smoked and added to beans

Lemon,oregano,thyme,oil,pepper (Greek)

Paella

Morrocan Tangines

Make a confit and use in many ways

Curried chicken

Empanadas

Enchiladas

Taquitos,Sopas, Tortas, Caldo de Pollo,Diablo,Nachos

Sweet and sour

White chili

Fried with waffles

Stir fried with eggplant,onion and hoisin (boned and chopped)

Shwarma (love that)

Salt and pepper asian style.

Flambe with cognac,cream and pepper

Soup with dumplings

Soup with veg

soup with beans

Cream of soup

I am going for the Bubba from Forest Gump Thing................

Tangerine or orange marinated

With a Hunter sauce

Chicken hash

Pho

Chicken fried rice or chow mein or chow fun

Pistachio encrusted and oven baked

Almond chicken

Cashew chicken

Chicken foo young

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