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Old January 24th, 2011, 03:42 PM
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Chicken Giardiniera
This is how much I use modify it to fit your family.
This is easy and very tasty

3 chicken breast
1 egg beaten
1 Ĺ cups of seasoned bread crumbs
1 jar of mild or hot giardiniera peppers

Cut chicken in half width way (not length) then pound just enough to tenderize it. You donít want to flatten it, but give it a few hits. Dip chicken in egg and then bread crumbs. Brown it on both sides in a pan with oil. Do not fully cook chicken it will cook in the oven also just brown it. Add chicken to a baking dish and add the oil from the peppers. Bake Ĺ hour @ 350. After the Ĺ hour pour the jar of peppers to the chicken and bak 10 minutes more. Thatís it.
NOTE: I serve this with oven brown potatoes. I use the oil and peppers from the chicken on them.
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TRIP... I want that white bean & chicken chili recipe.
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Most of my recipes, and non recipes..a little of this, and, a little of that..so make adjustments to your needs, and tastes.

Cut up chicken breasts into small pieces and saute with butter/margerine. Boil some rice..I use success rice, one pkg.

Into a slow cooker, add the chicken, one can of chicken broth or enough to cover mixture...rice, 2 cans of Goya, small white beans, chopped onions and green pepper, and, a can of chopped green chilli's. Add salt, pepper, garlic powder, oregano, crushed red pepper, and, a bit of hot sauce if you desire.

Let it coook and coook away Serve it with cheese on top, with scallions or chopped oninons......bon apetite!
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That's pretty much how I cook. I eye pretty much everything so it's hard to tell people how to make stuff. I can make it if I have the basic ingredients. Itís a sign that weíve been cooking way to long!
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Well shoot I have to bring out one of my favorite Portuguese recipes. Some of the New England cruisemates made have tried this if they attend a Holy Ghost Festa.

Holy Ghost Portuguese Soupas
Ingredients:

Servings:
8 8 8-10 Servings Size



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  • 4-5 lbs chuck steak (size is an estimate)
  • 2 (4 ounce) cans tomato sauce
  • 2 cups red wine
  • 3 -4 small white onions
  • 3 -4 cabbage leaves
  • 1 head garlic
  • 2 tablespoons pickling spices, tied in a cheesecloth or in a tea ball
  • water, to cover all (about 8 cups)
  • salt and pepper
  • fresh mint leaves (optional)
  • French bread (I like sourdough my mom like sweet)

Directions:

Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 1/2 day

  1. Combine everything and add enough water to cover all.
  2. Let cook slowly all day (at least 8 hours).
  3. Remove cheesecloth bag/tea ball and discard spices.
  4. To serve, put the sliced meat and sauce(soupas) over sliced bread.
  5. Sprinkle with additional chopped mint if desired
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simple, basic family favorite is bbq ribs in the crock pot, get a rack of ribs, a bottle of your favorite bbq sauce, throw it in the crock pot on low and let it cook all day, so tender, meat falls off the bone
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