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A Year of Slow Cooking

Wednesday, December 7, 2005

Chicken


Just say NO to boring, dried out chicken!

All recipes are completely gluten-free. If you are not gluten-free, simply ignore my notes, or file them away in case you ever need to cook for someone with a gluten sensitivity.


    1. 20 to 40 Clove Garlic Chicken
    2. Applesauce Chicken
    3. Apricot Barbecue Wings
    4. Apricot Chicken
    5. Bacon and Cheese Chicken
    6. Bacon Wrapped Cornish Game Hens
    7. Balsamic Chicken with Spring Vegetables
    8. Barbecued Chicken and Cornbread Casserole
    9. Basil Chicken with Feta
    10. Brown Sugar Chicken Recipe
    11. Buffalo Chicken Dip
    12. Buffalo Chicken Lasagna
    13. Buffalo Wing Soup 
    14. Caribbean Jerk Chicken
    15. Chicken Adobo
    16. Chicken and Brown Rice Casserole
    17. Chicken and Dumplings Soup
    18. Chicken and Rice Soup
    19. Chicken and Sweet Potato Southwestern Stew
    20. Chicken Cordon Bleu
    21. Chicken Enchilada Chili
    22. Chicken Korma  
    23. Chicken Lettuce Wraps
    24. Chicken Makhani (Indian Butter Chicken)
    25. Chicken Nachos
    26. Chicken Nuggets
    27. Chicken Parmesan
    28. Chicken Pot Pie
    29. Chicken Teriyaki
    30. Chicken with Apricots and Dates
    31. Chicken with Gingered Peaches  (flop!)
    32. Chinese Lemon Chicken
    33. Chipotle Chicken with Sweet Potatoes (flop!)
    34. Coq au Vin
    35. Cream Cheese Chicken
    36. Easy Taco Night Thanks to the CrockPot
    37. Ethiopian Chicken Stew (Doro Wat) 
    38. Fiesta Chicken Casserole
    39. Fried Chicken 
    40. General Tso's Chicken
    41. Green Pepper Chicken
    42. Herb Garden Chicken  
    43. Herb Roasted Chicken with Summer Tomatoes
    44. Hoisin Chicken Wings 
    45. Honey Garlic Chicken
    46. Honey Nut Chicken CrockPot Recipe
    47. Indian Chicken
    48. Indian Curry
    49. Indian Spiced Lentils with Chicken
    50. Indonesian Chicken
    51. Lemon and Herb Roasted Chicken
    52. Maple Dijon Chicken
    53. Margarita Chicken
    54. Marmalade Curry Chicken
    55. Mediterranean Chicken
    56. Moroccan Chicken
    57. Old Fashioned Chicken Noodle Soup
    58. Orange Chicken 
    59. Peanut Butter Chicken
    60. Pesto Chicken and Sweet Potatoes Layered Dinner
    61. Pineapple Chicken 
    62. Pizza Chicken
    63. Rotisserie-Style Chicken
    64. Salsa Chicken
    65. Salsa Chicken and Black Bean Soup
    66. Shredded Chicken
    67. Spanish Braised Chicken
    68. Sweet and Sour Chicken with Mango Lettuce Wraps
    69. Tandoori Chicken
    70. Tangy Lemon Chicken
    71. Thai Curry
    72. Tortilla Soup (chicken)
    73. Vietnamese Roasted Chicken
    74. Whole Chicken
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      5 comments:

      Stephanie Drake said...

      I would love it if you would organize this list by maybe some stars after the title of the recipe. It would be so much easier.. looking for a great chicken crockpot recipe. I want something that is excellent and tested. If there were stars or something to indicate the level of how your family liked it .. I could narrow down my search.

      Emily said...

      Just found your blog and I LOVE it! It's so nice to see crock pot recipes that don't just call for processed junk thrown together! I love that it's organized by meat type also. I can't wait to try some of these recipes. Everything I've seen so far looks great! Thanks Stephanie!

      oldgrandma71 said...

      Perhaps I'm missing something but where can I search for, say, Chicken THIGH recipes or Chicken BREAST recipes, etc.? The titles of the recipes pretty much don't say which PARTS are used. I love your column Stephanie and have (quietly) followed you since well, day 2 or 3 and used many,many of your concoctions. keep on keepin' on.

      Stephanie O'Dea said...

      You aren't missing anything! The recipes will work with whatever chicken parts you have on hand. I usually prefer thighs because they have more flavor, but will use breast halves interchangeably if I have them on hand.
      The cooking time remains the same--- I hope this helps a bit!
      and thank you for your kind words and support.

      Eugene Peck said...

      Not once have I ever cooked a crock pot meal that I REALLY enjoyed. So I haven't used my c.p. for 2=3 years. Something tells me I'm going to change all that. .

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