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Old 07-23-2009, 11:30 AM   #11
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I'm glad it all worked out.You just improved that recipe ;) Had you used seasoned breadcrumbs to begin with,and then added your own blend,would have been too much.Like you said overpowering.

I love the smell of it while it's cooking.Every time I make it,whether it's for my own family or friends,people can't wait to get to the table and eat.

It can be made ahead/cooked,and then frozen,reheated at 350 until hot.About 40 minutes.

*On a side note* A slice of Mozzarella cheese placed inside (slit) before you dredge it in the breadcrumbs,is awesome! :)

I'm just sayin'..


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Old 07-23-2009, 11:55 AM   #12
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We fix chicken like that, but use olive oil instead of melted butter to coat the chicken.

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Old 08-04-2009, 05:43 AM   #13
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I have a very nice Chinese roast chicken to share. It's really good and easy. Just buy the bottled Char Siu sauce from Oriental supermarkets and pour onto the chicken thigh to marinate for at least 2 hours before baking. Goes great with plain rice or bread or even as wraps.

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Old 08-04-2009, 10:16 AM   #14
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I enjoy experimenting, and once in a while, something actually comes out edible. This time I made Chicken, Walnut, Raisin Salad. I'm just too lazy to go out and buy Honey, Pecan Chicken Salad, so I used what I had on hand.

*1 Chicken Breast, grilled on my George Foreman until done but still tender, and then diced.
*2 large stalks of celery, finely diced. (The high salt content of celery means those of us who are sodium conscious, won't need to add any additional salt.)
*1 cup (2 of the small boxes) of dried raisins that have been rehydrated with water in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours. (This is the sweetness that makes adding anything else, such as honey, pointless, and gives it a unique flavor - the true heart of the recipe!)
*1/2 cup diced onion.
*2 cloves (or 2 tsp.) diced garlic.
*2 cups diced (not shredded) lettuce.
*1/2-3/4 Cup (depending on how wet you like your chicken salad) Miracle Whip (or Mayonnaise).
*1-1/2 tbls. mustard (the kind from the yellow btl.)
*1/4 Cup crushed walnuts (mine where the bottom of the bag, so I even threw in the crumbs.)

Mix everything together in one bowl, including a little of the raisin water. It's really just deconstructed H.P.C. Salad: Walnuts in place of Pecans, Reconstituted Raisins in place of Grapes, and the raisin water in place of Honey.

Next time I think I might even try adding shredded coconut or slivered almonds.
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Old 08-04-2009, 02:04 PM   #15
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That's more butter than I can get away with using all at once, but I'm inspired to make chicken with lemon, garlic, herbs, and butter! Thanks!

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