Crave for chicken

Crave for chicken - Recipes of chicken
@aroraasr (428)
India
January 10, 2007 2:52am CST
My partner loves to have chicken. I want to know different recipes of chicken. I would appreciate to hear from you people different but easy to cook recipes of chicken. Please suggest.
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18 responses
• United States
12 Jan 07
Put your chicken in a baking dish and slice potatoes in wedges and put in the pan with the chicken. Cover the chicken and potatoes with a liberal amount of italian dressing, making sure to coat everything well. Then sprinkle the whole works with shake-on parmasian cheese and bake at 375 until the chicken is cooked through and the potatoes are fork tender. Awesome flavor, tender moist chicken, low fat and soooooooo good.
@harxian (671)
• Philippines
11 Jan 07
you can surf it in the internet, there you can find lots of different receips how chicken is cooked and you can choose what taste is best for you and your partner that all i can suggest.
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@harxian (671)
• Philippines
11 Jan 07
maybe you can surf it in the internet you can find there different receipes of chicken and you can choose from the list which would be the best taste for you and for your partner that's all i can suggest.:-)
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@mindz_me (179)
• Philippines
11 Jan 07
Just put salt and seasoning (ajinomoto)set a side for about 2 to 3 hrs, after then deep fry. thats the easiest recipe i know. Serve while its still hot.
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• Philippines
11 Jan 07
wow i love the recipes. i also love chicken than other meats. im gonna give you one of my recipes. im not really sure abt the measurings btw... ill just give you the ingreadients and on how to cook it :) chicken evaporated milk pineapple with syroup potatoes garlic onions some pepper procedure: soute garlic and onions with butter, then add chicken until half cooked/half fried then add the pineapple syroup. fry potatoes separtly, or it depends on you if you like it friend or boiled. add a little pepper then add the evaporated milk. sweet and tasty. try it.
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• Philippines
11 Jan 07
I crave for chicken everyday!...I want to chicken for my lunch and dinner!..I love it when my cook it in fried or even in soup!...Chicken is the best food to eat for everyday!...
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• United States
12 Jan 07
hiya!! I love chicken as well.and i have the most delicious and fast recipes..First one is.. 1. get depending on your family size..boneless.skiinless chicken and get a can of mandarins; with syrup..or 2..i dont know how many are in your famil, but one can is more than enough for up to 6 piceces.. 2. clean your chicken..put in a glass pan..put in about enough water to have on bottom.,. 3. salt and pepper and use lemon pepper..and cut a few slits in your chicken..then.open can of mandarins;pour over chicken..and make sure each piece gets equal pieces...put on cover..and if yu dont get aluminum foil and put on top..heat oven 375 and cook for 40 mins till done..its soooo good!! and try using italian dressing over top as well..and works on pork as well!!
@anne_143god (5390)
• Philippines
11 Jan 07
I know one recipe and it is creamy. Sautee garlic and onion to butter and put chicken and then add 1 pack medium of all purpose cream and put green onion chop. Boil till the chicken is cook and add beef broth or salt to taste.
• United States
11 Jan 07
We love Mexican Chicken. Here is how to do this great chicken dinner: you need: 2 lbs of Chicken (doesn't matter if it's the boned kind) Mexican Cheese Mix (this is a blend of 4 different cheeses/shredded) cream of chicken soup cream of mushroom soup doritoes rotel tomatoes cook (boil)the chicken till it is done. While the chicken is cooking; mix together the soups and the rotel tomatoes. After the chicken is cooked break/cut it into small bite size pieces. Then in a 9X13 pan put a layer of doritoes; then a layer of the soup/rotel mix; then a layer of chicken; then a layer of cheese. Repeat till the pan is full (usually about 3 layers or so). Place in a 350degree oven and bake till the cheese is melted and all is hot. I always serve this with a salad and biscuits.
@Lovely_Lady (1524)
• United States
11 Jan 07
Oh, I'm always cooking with chicken. Most likely, everything is usually chicken. What I usually do when I want some stir fried chicken, I marinade the chicken overnight... before I do that, I chopping them into pieces. I usually use salt, blk pepper, oyster sauce, dried garlic, red chilli sauce, msg, hoisin sauce, and sugar. Well, then the next day I would just cook it like stir fried. When it's fully cooked, I will through in some chopped cilantros and green onion. It's really simply and trust me, the smell will get to you and you'll just love it. I usually cook it and stir here and there and make sure it's crispy as well. I hope you try it out. I'm sure you'll love it. OH yeah, have it with white rice... that's what I usually eat it with. yummy!!!!!
@emisle (3824)
• Ireland
11 Jan 07
chicken stirfry is lovely..:).. you can have it with noodles/chips/potato wedges i just buy some stir fry sauce, chop some onion, peppers, chicken of course (!) and there you go! but what's nice as well is if you get coleslaw and put the mixture into pitta breads..:)
@chel_0525 (203)
• Philippines
11 Jan 07
chicken adobo: ingredients garlic,onion,pepper,chili powder,soy sauce,vinegar,cooking oil and chopped chicken procedures 1.pour cooking oil in a pan, let it hot 2.sautee garlic followed by onion and then add the chicken..sautee til the chicken is cooked. 3.add soysauce,pepper and chilli powder.let it boil.. 4.when it is boiling add small amount of vinegar..dont cover and then taste it! terrific!
@angelicEmu (1311)
11 Jan 07
Chicken is a wonderfully versatile meat isn't it! There are so many recipes for wonderful chicken dishes, but I must say that my absolute favourite way to cook chicken (which I made tonight in fact) is to roast it, with roast potatoes, roast parsnips and boiled carrots or broccoli! Here's the recipe I use: 1. Peel some potatoes and boil them in salted water for 10-15 minutes, so they're soft and crumbly on the outside, but hard in the middle. Drain them, and keep the water to boil the vegetables in later. Peel the parsnips and cut them in halves, lengthways. 2. Put the chicken in a roasting tin. Heat the oven to 180C, & when it's heated put the chicken in the oven and leave it for about 15 minutes, while you get the potatoes and parsnips, coat them in vegetable or sunflower oil, and put them in another roasting tin. Take the chicken out of the oven, get a good chunk of butter and rub it all over the skin, so that it melts and coats it all. Put the chicken and the potatoes/parsnips in the oven, and turn the temperature down to 160C. Baste the chicken every 20-30 minutes, and turn the potatoes and parsnips at the same time. The parsnips will be done first - when they're brown and crunchy, remove them and put them in a warm place until everything else is done. The chicken will probably take 2-3 hours to cook, so if the potatoes are brown and crunchy before then, put them in a warm place to keep too (I use the top oven, as it gets warm when the main oven is on). When the chicken's done, the skin should be lovely, crisp and golden-brown (and tastes butterey and delicious). Boil your veggies in the potato water, and serve it all up. I then use the veggie water to make gravy (good and thick, as it goes especially well with the potatoes). This is so simple to cook, takes barely any effort, and is always delicious. And if you like chicken soup, you can always boil up the chicken leftovers and bones after you've eaten the roast. I boil them in enough water to cover it all (in a big pan) for 3-4 hours with a couple of bay leaves & some salt. Strain out the bones, meat etc into a bowl (when it's cooled, pick out the meat and put it aside to add when you make the soup), strain the liquid into a big jug or two, let it cool until it's barely warm, put on the lid and leave it in the refrigerator all night, as this brings the fat to the surface, where it sets, and is easier to skim off). Refrigerate the meat too! When you make the soup, heat the stock, add chopped onion, the chopped chicken, any veggies you like, and simmer it for an hour or two. Season well with salt and pepper (the salt brings out the chicken flavour), and serve! So there you have it - two lovely meals from one chicken. Hope this is helpful to you, and I hope you and your partner enjoy both dishes if you choose to try them out!
@Deane_2005 (1644)
• Philippines
10 Jan 07
I also love chicken. Any type of chicken will do, It might be nuggets, adobo, friend chicken etc. If you like to try adobo, put some chicken in saucepan, then add onions, garlic and ginger and add soysauce and vinegar and let it boil till the chicken is tender and cooked.
@qouniq (1968)
• Malaysia
10 Jan 07
Chicken Pulao - Chicken cut into 8 pcs. - 5 cloves -1 tsp black pepper - 1 cinnamon stick 1" - coriander seeds 1 tsp. - large cardamom 4-5 - Caraway seeds 1 tsp. - salt 2 tsp. - small onion cut into pieces - water 4 cups. - ginger 2 inch cut into pieces - Pakistani basmati rice 450gm - Masala - 1/2 cup ghee or cooking oil - 1 large onion skinned and finely chopped. - 1 inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and finely chopped. - garlic clove, skinned and chopped This is an easy way to make rice more exciting. Typically, Pakistani Basmati rice would be the best, the aroma is unbeatable, but use whatever white rice is available. Wash chicken thoroughly under cold water tap. Place the meat, spice, salt, water, onion and ginger in a large heavy based sauce pan. Bring to boil and skim off any scum that rises to the top. Reduce the heat, cover and allow to boil gently for 10 minutes until the meat is tender. Meanwhile, put the rice in a sieve and wash it thoroughly under running cold tap until the water runs clear. Soak in plenty of water for 30 minutes. Drain in a sieve and let it stand for a minute or two. Strain the meat and the spices. Reserve the stock. Discard the spices by taking out the meat pieces from it. MASALA Heat the ghee or oil in the heavy base pan and add the onion, stir frequently. Fry to a pale golden color. Add the drained meat, ginger and garlic. Stirring frequently, fry this over medium heat for 5 to ten minutes until the meat turns a rich golden color. While the meat is cooking, measure the stock, it should be 3 1/2 cups. If it is less add more water to make it to required. Boil the stock and place the drain rice in it and parboil for 4 minutes. Carefully add the browned meat mixture into the rice and stir gently to mix all the ingredients. Cover with a tight fitting lid, reduce the heat and allow to cook for another 7 - 10 minutes until rice is tender. Fluff up the rice with a fork, then transfer it into to a heated serving dish.
• India
10 Jan 07
One more simple way of making chicken is marinate chicken pieces in a mixture of curd, ginger-garlic paste, chillipowder and salt. Keep it for an hour. Later in 1 tb sp of oil saute finely chopped 2 onions or onion paste till golden brown. add tomato puree and stir for 2 min. Close with lid. After 5 min add chicken and chicken masala and allow it to cook. Serve with bread or rotis.
@neeyor (147)
• India
10 Jan 07
this is simple bbq chicken u can make on the fire.... take a whole chicken , clean it and slit it...make a mixtur of onion paste , ginger paste , garlic paste, chilly paste , salt , honey , soya souse , wichester souse and onlve oil.... marinate the mixture to the chicken and keep for 12 hour in the fridge... take out and bake in the oven for 30 mints in 220*C. then lit a fire (batter wit coal) and put the chicken on it above 1 feet from the ground, put butter on it and rotate the chicken so thet the smoke is soked in it... keep doing it for 15 mints... serve hot!!!!
@alecs76 (657)
• Philippines
10 Jan 07
CHICKEN ADOBO IN COCONUT MILK In a deep skillet, brown 1 kilo of chicken cuts in 2 tsp oil. Add 1/4 tsp salt, 1/2 cup soysauce, 1/2 tsp peppercorn, 1 1/2 chopped garlic, and 1 cup white vinegar. If its too dry, add 1/2 cup of water. Cover and simmer until chicken becomes tender. Pour 1 cup coconut milk and 3 pcs of chili pepper. Cook for a few more minutes to thicken the sauce.