No it’s not Asian beer, it’s an Asian-oriented marinade that includes beer, a Belgian beer to be more exact. Blue Moon® beer is a wheat beer made with some orange peel, but I’m not really counting on it to provide … Continue reading Asian Beer Marinated Grilled Chicken
Yes, I’m calling it soup and my husband will just have to deal with it. I’ll make him some garlic bread to dredge in it. I’m starting with packaged chicken stock, but cooking the chicken in that stock for a … Continue reading Creamy Chicken and Rice Soup
These burgers are made from boneless, skinless thighs for a more moist and flavorful burger than you would get with white meat. You can grind (or really mince) chicken in a food processor, but you have to be careful not … Continue reading Chicken Burgers
I’m still hooked on my oven-fried chicken, but for a change, I thought I’d add the extra step of marinating it beforehand, and that was a good idea. It’s not uncommon to marinate chicken before frying, especially with buttermilk, a … Continue reading Sour Cream Oven-Fried Chicken
Okay, so I miscalculated how much time the giant package of chicken thighs and the over 7 lb roasting chicken needed to thaw in the refrigerator, and instead of it falling on two consecutive days, it arrived all at once … Continue reading Cook ALL the Chicken!
I know you wouldn’t be looking at this post if I hadn’t said beer. I’m using the indirect heat method for this chicken recipe, with the clever coal holders that came with the grill. Luckily, I had a foil pan … Continue reading Beer-Marinated Grilled Chicken Thighs
This is the first recipe here from the cookbook that I have probably used more than any other, even more than my old Joy of Cooking, although that would be a close second. My Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cook Book … Continue reading Oven-Fried Chicken