Anyone have any good quick Chicken Recipies ?

@lpipe0240 (1161)
United States
March 8, 2007 10:05pm CST
Anyone have any good quick chiken recipies? My wife and I are big Chiken eaters but get tired of the same receipies.
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• Philippines
9 Mar 07
There are lots of good chicken recipies. But since you want quick recipe, let me introduce to you one of my favorite chicken dish. Its called Chicken Tinola. (In case, you want a change.) But this is a dish with soup. Ingredients: 1 kl. Chicken (your choice of cuts 500 grams raw papayas (the green ones) or sayote (you know this?) chopped ginger chopped onions fresh chili leaves whole pepper corns salt to taste flavored chicken cubes (optional) oil (any) water In a pan, heat oil. Sautee onions and ginger until golden brown. Add raw papayas and chicken. Add water and bring to boil til tender and the chicken is cook. You may add the chicken cubes(flavorings) pepper and salt according to your taste. Simmer for another 3 minutes in a low fire. Then done. Ginger made this dish taste good. You may try this. For a change. I have an American friend. (Liza) who love this.
@lpipe0240 (1161)
• United States
9 Mar 07
Thanks so much. I just realised some cultural differnces from your post. The grams and kl (kiloleter?), but I'm sure I can convert them. :-) Also I'm not sure what sayote but I've heard of the papayas.
• Philippines
9 Mar 07
Sayote.. the green vegetable. its larger than potatoes.. I'm sure you use it when you cook mixed vegetables.. But you may substitute any greens.. perhaps brocolli. Im sorry for the measurement. I mean kilogram in there.. 1 kgs. chicken and 1/2 kgs. green papayas (thats 500 grams)
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• Philippines
9 Mar 07
oh im wrong again! lol i mean 1 kg. chicken and 1/2 kg. raw papaya
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• United States
10 Mar 07
take chicken tenders place them in a bowl or container pour ranch dressing on top (brand doesn't matter) marinate over night when u get ready to cook them all u do is place tenders in bread crumbs then place on heated grill (we use a small indoor one) that u have sprayed with pam. it takes very few minutes to cook and is really good the first time hubby saw me make it he was like that looks horrible then he tasted it we eat it all the time now LOL
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@tad1fan (3373)
• Canada
9 Mar 07
I love chicken thighs....cook them in the oven at 350 and after about 1/2 an hour I take them out,coat them in garlic butter and than add my favorite spices....usually garlic powder,onion powder,celery salt and poultry spice....I leave them for another 1 and a 1/2 -2 hours and than serve them,they are excellent,the skin stays nice and crunchy and the flavor seeps through to the meat inside
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• Philippines
9 Mar 07
Here in our country, "chicken adobo" is very popular..some called it as the national viand ...lolz...Actually i love it. Here are some steps to follow...Wash the Chicken very well and rub some salt on it..then heat oil and fried all the garlic until it becomes light brown. After that add the chicken and saute until the chicken is beginning to tenderize. Add ground black pepper, whole black pepper cloves, soysauce and vinegar and let it simmer for 25-30 minutes or until the chicken is done. Remember dont stir it for it will have a bad taste...hehehe..then if you want you can also add a sugar in accordance to your taste or 7-up/Sprite...(its a soda) lastly let it simmer again for 5 mins then serve hot...hope you both like it....
@lpipe0240 (1161)
• United States
9 Mar 07
Thanks, this sound good with the Sprite. Also thanks for letting me know about this post in one of my other discussions. It nice to have freinds who are active in many of my discussions. Anyhow do you have any measurments on the spieces or should I just flavor to taste sort of thing. Thanks again!
• Philippines
10 Mar 07
ohh sorry for that...hehehe...nweiz in one whole chicken cut into eight you will be needing 1 cup of vinegar and soysauce...you can also rub the chicken with lemon for a more great taste...1 whole garlic chopped and 1 tsp ground black pepper...you can add the sugar according to the taste you want and the sprite.....
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@lpipe0240 (1161)
• United States
10 Mar 07
Thanks...I'll have to check this out. It sounds great!
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@bushra_8 (44)
• India
17 May 07
Before u start cooking side ways take the chicked wash it with turmeric n salt n keep aside..now in the cooker put oil heat it then put chopped onion pieces till they turn pinkish then add salt to taste, grinded paste ( ginger, garlic, coriander leaves, pepper) into the cooker n stir now add the chicken heat it, then close the cooker n cook it for 2-3 whistle,,,now remove in in a bowl garnish it with cut coriander leaves ...
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• India
11 May 07
Even my husband loves chicken.. i prefer veg! but i can cook chicken... clean and wash chicken and marinate 1kg chicken in 1/2kg curd or yougurt and salt, red chilly powder and one lemon for about 2hours ans then add half a packet of butter and keep it in griller for 30 mins slow or untill cooked! DO NOT ADD WATER it will cook in its own juices and do make sure its dried too! you will love it! its easy and tasty too... do let me know if you tried!! and do add red colour if you can!!
@Augustta (1860)
• Poland
4 May 07
I make a dish which is like a quick cassulet. Saute chunks of sweet sausage, chicken thighs, onion and garlic. Add some cubed potatoes, cannelini beans and mild cherry peppers (marinated in jar) and chicken stock. Simmer until the beans have absorbed some of the liquid and the stew becomes rich and creamy.
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@bgerig (1259)
• United States
12 Mar 07
go to Kentucky Fried Chicken.
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• Philippines
9 Mar 07
At home we always use natural and fresh seasonings. This include: garlic, onions (bulbs and spring), ginger, tomatoes, green and red bell peppers and black pepper. Sautee, in vegetable oil, minced garlic until brown, add minced onion and ginger, when cooked add tomatoes until they bleed, add sliced bell peppers and sliced spring onions then, crushed black peppers. Put in desired amount of sliced chicken allowing it to be cooked awhile before pouring in a little amount of water, if needed, add a teaspoon of sugar and salt to taste. You may add some carrots, potatoes and cabbage if desired.
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• United States
9 Mar 07
If you have leftover chicken, here is a recipe I found on a website about 3 years ago using beef and have since then converted it to chicken. Quick Casserole take cooked chicken and tear into pieces and layer in a casserole dish. (I use quite a bit since my husband likes lots of chicken) Drain a can of corn and spread this over top the chicken. Spread a can of cream of chicken soup on top of the corn (don't add any milk to soup) and top the soup with a layer of tater tots. (I usually put a couple of extras on the layer that I put in one by one and as close as possible) Bake in a 350 degree oven until tater tots are crisp. This can be served over toast, noodles or just alone. This can be made ahead of time and put into the refrigeator until ready to bake. The original recipe was cooked hamburger, green beans, cream of mushroom soup and tater tots. It is easy to vary the ingredients to suit your own taste as to meat, vegetable, and cream soup. Its nothing spectacular but you have meat, veg., and potatoes all in one meal.
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@vera5d (4006)
• United States
22 Dec 07
i like to dip chicken in oil and then in italian style breadcrumbs - put in oiled foil lined pan and bake...voila, easy fried chicken can serve with instant stuffing, potatoes, or rice, veggies... i never get sick of it, it is always good!
• India
22 Dec 07
I like Chicken a la king, a preparation by French baker, It is a creamed chicken served with sweet corn and served in a French bread rolls, It is delicious and tasty, grilled and roasted too. but try pastel its yummy. go to cooks.com for some recipes.
• United States
24 Nov 07
Here's another good one. If you like garlic chicken you'll love this recipe. Do this with chicken fillets or bone in pieces either way. Just cut a few little slits in the skin and insert slivers of garlic. Dip each piece in beaten egg and roll in bread crumbs or flour. Season with salt and pepper and fry in hot oil until it's golden on the outside and done well on the inside, about 15 minutes on each side. Serve with salad or green beans, broccoli and carrots or whatever you like.
@gharinder (2044)
• India
21 May 07
sorry lpipie, i havent any good chicken recipies, but can give u some spicy indian recipies if you are interested.