I like to insert garlic under the skin and season the chicken with Cajun spice.
I like to bake it covered with teriyaki sauce, and stuff the chicken with an onion. Simple and finger licking good. Keep on hubbing
I like a garlic and Parmesan mix. But barbeque sauce is good too :-)
I put two or three cloves of sliced garlic in crevices and on the breast, pour on a little olive 0il, some lemon juice and put on a sprig or two of rosemary. Then I sprinkle it with salt (to make the skin crispy) and sometimes sprinkle jerk spices, or just cinnamon on it. This is for roasting or baking.
...Lots of seasoned salt, black pepper, and worcestershire sauce, baked! Chicken Leg Quarters in the oven with a pan of water below, all smelling good and stuff...
I buy my chicken fresh and as soon as I get home I clean it then season it with sea salt, garlic, and pepper then I freeze it until I am ready to use it ....This gives me a flavor base then I can go anywhere I want with it like if I want deep fried chicken, I take out my chicken then de-frost it when its de-frosted I put it into some butter milk for 45 minutes to a hour then I remove it from the butter milk I take out some flour add just a little bit of old bay seasoning to the flour I put the chicken in the old bay flour mixture then into the hot grease to fry my chicken ...I HOPE THIS WILL HELP .....I also have other ways to prepare chicken if you like.
I like to dump a bottle of Zesty Italian dressing over chicken breast and bake it. It gives it a good flavor and is tender.
My favorite way to season chicken - in my home kitchen, I often season chicken with little chili powder, turmeric powder, garam-masala and salt for taste. Then, I thorougly marinate the chicken and leave it aside for 3 hours so that it absorb these seasonings well. After that, they are cooked either in a Tandoori-style (Asian way of grilling) or Indian curry-dishes.
Depending on what kind of chicken... When I grill chicken breast, I sprinkle salt, pepper, garlic powder, and parsley on it liberally. When I make a whole chicken, I rub butter under and on top of the skin; then I sprinkle it with salt, pepper, garlic powder, parsley, rosemary, and thyme liberally. Then I stuff the cavity of the chicken with lemon and onion chunks.
by Peeples 6 years ago
Do you have a favorite boneless chicken breast recipe?I'm looking for something new but there are too many recipes to choose from. anyone have any favorites they'd be willing to share?
by Jacqueline 11 years ago
I have decided to do some mutton for tomorrow and wanted to cook it slow overnight. I was planning on sticking it in the oven and thought I would see if anyone here has any suggestions or tricks for making it tasty!
by Michael S 9 years ago
What are some good ways to season food without adding sodium?
by Newton's Rival 13 years ago
Check out my recipe hub, and please give me some ideas. Would greatly appreciate it.
by collegedad 8 years ago
Any good Brook Trout recipes out there.I want to cook Brookies for dinner tomorrow night, but the wife doesn't want the same old fish floured and fried in butter. I need a new to cook these guys. Any thought?
by eatlikenoone 10 years ago
Asparagus is in season here in Michigan. I wanted to know what are other people's favorite ways to prepare it. I like to roast mine in a 500 degree oven for 10 minutes. Then add some salt, lemon zest, and freshly ground nutmeg. The nutmeg works unexpectedly well.
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