making some good in the oven! v excited

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  1. igo4bmx

    igo4bmx WHAT WHAT WHAT THE FU OT Supporter

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    2 cups brown rice
    1 can of 98% fat free cream of chicken
    1 can of 98% fat free cream of celery
    1 can of 98% fat free cream of mushrooms
    1/4 cup skim milk
    6 chicken breasts
    90 minutes in the oven @ 350 degrees.
    try using cooked or instant rice in the recipe, since mine came out a bit hard
     
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    god damn your gonna eat all that?
     
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    igo4bmx WHAT WHAT WHAT THE FU OT Supporter

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    me and the gf
    and leftovers for tommorrow of course
     
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    the recipe i got says mis the rice and all three canned cream soups together and with milk, then lay it down on a casserole dish and then lay the chicken on top.

    less than 30 mins :noes:
     
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    deuceforty between rupture and rapture

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    that sounds good as fuck, some of you heavyweights eat some crazy amounts of food, i wasnt sure :rofl:
     
  6. Skeletor

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    i just ate some curry chicken (thighs) and sweet potatoes and a giant salad.



    for some reason a good dinner is 11tybillion times better on sunday night.
     
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    post the recipe
     
  9. Skeletor

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    my recipes = my mommy makes it



    edit: and now i realize why food is better on sunday night... because I'm not the one making it :o
     
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    it's what you see above, and then you put it in the oven for 90 minutes.
    also sprinkle salt, pepper, and paprika on the chicken before it goes in the oven.
     
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    add the chicken raw?
    cut the chicken into strips? or the whole breasts?

    raw rice to the cream of * soup, i'm assuming?
    what temp in the oven?
    how much milk?

    i'd probably chop up some celery and onions and throw those in there, too
     
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    oh one thing to change would be to use instant rice, or cooked rice.

    the rice came out a bit "al dente" :rofl:
    put the chicken in raw, either full breats or cut in half (which I did)
    it was really good and since the chicken was layered on top of the rice, you scoop the chicken and all the rice underneath and you have a portion.

    1/4 cup in skim milk and 350 degrees in the oven
     
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    What size dish did you use? I've made something like this before...with veggies added in. I think you can find some variations of it on the campbell's website.
     
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    a standard glass casserole dish?
     
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    Sounds good :)

    Got a question, didn't wanna make a new thread about it..would be ridiculous. When you guys cook your chicken/beef/fish, do you cook it in a frying pan? If so, what do you use? It seems like i would need at least 2 tbsp of oil for a good 8-10oz of fish, etc, at least. Well..if i look to eat this 2 times a day, that's at least 50-60 grams of fat just from the oil, and i like to eat almonds too, lets say even once a day, that's another 15-20g of fat...it just seems like overkill. Is there something else you guys use, or do you simply cook everything in a grill? I saw that video of the guy with the feesh nda ricekakez and he seemed to cook his fish in a frying pan...
     
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    disblohs I can't shake this little feeling I'll never get a

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    Pam works really well.
     
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    The spay? Haha, i have that...do i just spray a shitload on the frying pan before turning it on, or after it gets heated for a bit, and then spray on the fish too and spray it while the fish is frying or what? I have very little experience with cooking sprays :hs:
     
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    disblohs I can't shake this little feeling I'll never get a

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    I just spray it on when I turn the burner on. If you don't put food on within a minute or two the pam will collect into big droplets and not coat the surface of the pan nearly as well. You don't need to spray it on the food itself; just the pan.
     
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    So i should turn the burner on, spray the pan immidietely, and put the food on there within a minute or 2? Would it be bad to turn the burner on and let the pan heat up for a few minutes, then spray it and add the food? Sorry all i've all cooked my entire life was hotdogs and eggs....i'm just starting to cook some real food lol
     
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    You could, but I think it will form large droplets pretty quickly so put the food on shortly after you spray the pam on. When I make eggs I spray pam on the pan, turn the burner on for a minute, throw vegetables on the pan for a few minutes, then I push the vegetables to one side of the pan, spray the pan with pam again, and then throw the eggs on. If I don't do that, the eggs stick like hell to the bottom of the pan.
     
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    Nice, gonna try this thanks
     
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