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I’m running out of ways to cook chicken!
I’m looking for something reasonably healthy and carb-free (I think Fiance might have food intolerance so I’m testing out food combinations to see what makes him ill) to cook with my chicken strips open to all ideas, I’ve just hit a roadblock where I can’t think of anything except garlic chicken or stir fry!
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@MrsSancerre: Have you ever tried Pesto chicken?
take your chicken and pound it out thin
Then take Basil pesto, feta and Mozzerelle Cheese on it roll it up and secure with a tooth pick.
If you really like pesto put some more on top of each roll. Then a little more cheese. Cover and cook for 15 mintues at 375, uncover cook for another 15 min.
Sooo very yummy
Post # 5
Nut Crocker Chicken! from the book: Loony Spoons…you can probably google it…its pnut butter…fresh ginger….honey….garlic..curry powder..so very yummy! You dont have to do it in the slow cooker even though thats what the recipe says…I have done it in the oven and its still great.
Post # 6
I like pesto. And cheese. Thank you!
This sounds interesting! I like recipes that you can use the slow cooker for too, it’s my lifesaver
Post # 7
I made this last week and my Fiance was literally drinking the leftover braising liquid. It calls for drumsticks and thighs but you could use whatever you have- I made it with a breast and a leg quarter.
Chicken Braised in Wine and Rosemary
I served with egg noodles and green beans.
Post # 8
Chicken Paprikash is really good and low/no carb! Sautee the chicken with some onions and mushrooms, season well with garlic (or garlic powder), salt, pepper, and paprika. Add a couple heaping spoons of sour cream at the end to make a lovely pink sauce. Yummy! Hungarian smoked paprika is best, but plain ole regular paprika works in a snap.
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Honeymustard chicken with potatoes, chicken marinated in Italian-dressing with rice, marinated in Asian dressing with rice.
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@MrsSancerre: I made Spinach stuffed chicken breasts once, minus the mayo, and it came out delicious! And so easy.
Post # 12
Potato crisps chicken is always a big hit.
– preheat your oven to 204C (LOL…400F)
– put some crisps (you choose the flavor) in a ziploc bag and smash them up
– melt some butter (I usually just eyeball it because we cook for two) and mix in some salt, pepper, and paprika
– dip the chicken in the butter and get a nice coating on there and then drop them in the bag with the crisps pieces
– coat the breasts evenly and drop in a baking dish, bake until cooked through (~12-20 minutes depending on your oven + size of the breast)
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Tonight I’m having Chicken Salad with Mango & Avocado. Super simple and tasty!
Post # 16
OK, this made me seriously hungry. I’m sold.
I gave this recipe to Fiance and he has demanded that I make it tonight. Thank you!
Thanks everyone, I’m now sorted for the rest of the week with lots of new ideas! 🙂