how do you cook your chicken?

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  1. crucialkc

    crucialkc the earth is flat

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    please post your personal favorite recipes....!
     
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    only pussies cook chicken. I eat mine raw.
     
  3. Hood Moses

    Hood Moses I part the Black Seas...

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    plastic bag + bbq sauce + chicken
    marinade over night
    throw on grill
    ?????
    profit
     
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    marinade, griddle pan
     
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    crucialkc the earth is flat

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    what kinda marinade/bbq sauce you guys usin??
     
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    Feathers make a good substitute for fiber.
     
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    shake n bake
     
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    I usually buy scallopini cuts.
     
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    I like baking it in a coconut milk/teriyaki/PB sauce with peanuts and sliced bananas... :yum:
     
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    crucialkc the earth is flat

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    mmmmmmm i just experimented. i used kikkoman teriyaki sauce, some slices of pineapple, smucker's natural peanut butter (chunky) and a clove of garlic

    SO GOOD
     
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    on the grill ftw
     
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    In an oven with some seasoning. Jerk, ole... whatever.

    Put it away hot if you want to eat it later - keeps it moist.


    Keep it simple.
     
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    Parabellum Molon Labe!

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    Usually I marinate it in a homeade teryiaki sauce but lately I've just been using [FONT=arial,sans-serif][SIZE=-1]McCormick [/SIZE][/FONT]Montreal Chicken Seasoning.

    Then onto the george foreman.
     
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    montreal seasoning is the shit!
     
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    Lemon pepper + minced garlic or garlic powder + soy sauce + hot sauce.

    Marinate it and broil it in the oven.

    I usually stick a big handful of broccoli under the chicken in a pan and cook it altogether :yum:
     
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    In the bowels of the small children I eat!
     
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    remike the second coming

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    take out of bag put on george forman. Once cooked put ketchup on it and eat.
     
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    Microwave a frozen breast for 6 minutes on high, cover in spray butter and tony's, then throw it on the grill or the foreman for 3-5 minutes and eat.
     
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    lemon peper, minced garlic, ground peper. Bake for 50 minutes at 350 deg
     
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    George Foreman it

    The BBQ sauce
     
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    you only cook the drumsticks... and glazed?:mamoru:
     
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    Defrost, throw it on broiling pan, put in oven, check it every 10 minutes until it's done.

    Then coat it in BBQ sauce and enjoy.
     
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    take chicken breast, dip it in some egg whites, and bread it with Itilian bread crumbs. Then bake it in the oven at 375 until its done.

    marinate chicken breast in Franks Red hot sauce and put it on the foreman.

    Cut the chicken up into small pieces and fry in olive oil with garlic salt and pepper on it.
     
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