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Stepenhok 03-02-2016 03:42 AM

Meal preparation with chicken and need ideas
 
I'm doing a meal preparation with chicken and need ideas for the same. I need help with simple recipes for dinner that I could prepare for my family. I usually buy chicken spices from a store of specific brand in Canada named Horton Spice mills which gives a special flavour to my dishes. So does anybody have any really yummy chicken recipes to share?

CraigC 03-02-2016 06:51 AM

Welcome to DC! Here is a recipe from the late, great Paul Prudhomme. It is our go to for this dish.

Chicken and Andouille Smoked Sausage Gumbo

RPCookin 03-02-2016 11:28 AM

Just look at some of the other threads in this forum. The one titled "Help me to Like Chicken Breasts" has lots of suggestions, as do some others.

Sir_Loin_of_Beef 03-02-2016 12:18 PM

Jazz Club style Chicken & Waffles

Aria 03-02-2016 01:52 PM

Coat Chicken Pieces with 1 -2 tlbs EVOO. Mix spices in plastic bag: 1tsp
oregano 1tsp garlic 1tsp garlic salt 1 tsp garlic l tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp rosemary 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper. Place oiled chicken pieces in
the plastic bag with all the spices and coat.

ona large cookie sheet (with sides and lined with foil) 400 degree oven 45minutes

rodentraiser 03-02-2016 02:03 PM

I love this one!

Hoisin Baked Chicken Recipe - Food.com

Chief Longwind Of The North 03-03-2016 11:48 AM

Tempura Chicken:

Dice chicken meat into 1/2 inch cubes (approximate)

Combine 1/2 cup white, AP flour with 1/2 cup cornstarch. Add 1/2 tsp salt, 1 tbs. sugar, and 1 tbs. double acting baking powder. Add 1 large egg and one cup milk. Stir with whisk until smooth.

Add diced chicken to the tempura batter. Extract cubes with a fork, and place into 365' oil. Deep fry until medium brown. Remove to a draining rack and sprinkle on salt. Serve with your favorite sides. Steemed cualiflower with butter is a great side. Have sweet & sour sauce avialable, as well as ranch dressing, and hoisin Sause for dipping.

Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North

Dawgluver 03-03-2016 12:17 PM

Meal preparation with chicken and need ideas
 
Baked chicken strips:

Slice boneless skinless chicken breast into strips. Put strips in bowl and stir with a couple T Hellman's mayonnaise to coat. Put a cup or so of panko breadcrumbs in a big ziplock, mix along with whatever seasonings you want. I've used salt and pepper, Penzey's Mural of Flavor, cayenne or red pepper flakes, whatever. Put strips in ziplock and shake until they're evenly coated with crumbs.

Bake at 400F for 30 minutes or so in a single layer until crunchy and done. I use a wire rack on a parchment covered sheet pan so I don't need to turn the strips.

We love them with honey mustard dip. Equal parts mayo, mustard, and honey. They're also nice with classic buffalo sauce: Franks Redhot sauce mixed with melted butter.

Chief Longwind Of The North 03-03-2016 03:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Dawgluver (Post 1457558)
Baked chicken strips:

Slice boneless skinless chicken breast into strips. Put strips in bowl and stir with a couple T Hellman's mayonnaise to coat. Put a cup or so of panko breadcrumbs in a big ziplock, mix along with whatever seasonings you want. I've used salt and pepper, Penzey's Mural of Flavor, cayenne or red pepper flakes, whatever. Put strips in ziplock and shake until they're evenly coated with crumbs.

Bake at 400F for 30 minutes or so in a single layer until crunchy and done. I use a wire rack on a parchment covered sheet pan so I don't need to turn the strips.

We love them with honey mustard dip. Equal parts mayo, mustard, and honey. They're also nice with classic buffalo sauce: Franks Redhot sauce mixed with melted butter.

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Dawgluver 03-03-2016 03:54 PM

Meal preparation with chicken and need ideas
 
Lol, Chief! Yes, I have tons of power and hand tools (and know how to use 'em), along with jewelry-making and gardening stuff. I think the only thing I might be lacking is a Kitchen Aid mixer. No need, since I rarely bake.

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