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Category Archive for 'Chicken & Poultry'

I’ve done a few of these Thanksgiving round up posts in the past and was going to skip it this year until I found myself googling “slow cooker Thanksgiving side dishes” last night. Jim has an office lunch tomorrow and they don’t have much in the way of a kitchen for cooking or reheating. I […]

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It’s finally happened. We’ve lost our ever-loving spatchcocking minds and have flattened Thanksgiving dinner! If you’ve been around this website for awhile, this should come as no big surprise. Remember last fall when we were spatchcocking chickens left and right for Buttermilk Roast Chicken and my favorite Smothered Chicken? Well, we proved then that spatchcocking, which is flattening […]

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  Chicken á la Crème or Poulet á la Crème, as Jacques calls it, is the first recipe I’ve tried from my wonderful new Jacques Pepin Cookbook. It is beyond delicious! My friend Cody gave me this cookbook for my birthday back in September and I’ve been ogling the recipes, beautiful photos, and Pepin’s own […]

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I can’t believe that in the 5 years I’ve had this website, I haven’t posted this recipe for Chicken Milanese. It’s one of my favorite dishes and certainly in the top 5 chicken dishes that I make…if not the top 3. You probably know that anything with Milanese in the title refers to a cutlet, […]

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I love Mexican Food. Authentic, Tex-Mex, fast(ish) food, tacos made at home by someone with red hair, freckles & zero Latin/Hispanic heritage…I’m not picky. I love it all. If it has beans, salsa, and chilis, I’m pretty much guaranteed to be happy. Easy Chicken Fajitas are one of my quick go-to weeknight dinners. Do you […]

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Chicken Shawarma

Chicken Shawarma is a popular restaurant dish that I never thought I would cook at home. Like gyros, Chicken Shawarma is usually prepared on a big rotisserie with the meat shaved off in thin slices off for each serving. I’m thinking there’s no way to pull that one off without a major kitchen renovation… UNTIL […]

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Sesame Ginger Lime Chicken hot off the grill. This recipe was a revelation. We’ve all grilled the infamous boneless, skinless chicken breast a hundred different times and if we’re honest, usually the result is slightly underwhelming. It’s pretty easy to get blah, semi-dry, chicken that we just cover up with our favorite BBQ sauce and […]

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I’ve been on a lucky roll lately in trying new recipes. Sometimes you try something that looks good on paper but the end result just isn’t all that inspiring. Other times you try something thinking, “Okay…this could be good” and are totally blown away. Spring Roasted Chicken with Potatoes & Leeks is one of those […]

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Since starting this blog/website almost 5 years ago, I’ve tried a lot of chicken dishes. It’s one of the things you can count on people to want…good, easy, delicious chicken dinner. We’ve featured a lot of chicken here on Idiot’s Kitchen, but maybe none with more bang for the buck than Chicken Provencal. The New York […]

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Sesame Chicken, how I love you! Ever since I had to become one of the dreaded Gluten Free People, I thought my days of decadent Chinese carry-out were over. Well, they sort of are over but they’ve happily been replaced with decadent but healthy (and easily Gluten Free) Chinese carry-out favorites at cooked at home. […]

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