This Amish recipe for barbecued chicken is the best that we have ever tasted, and you will see why. Plan ahead and marinate overnight. The chicken turns out beautifully browned, juicy and tender. There is no charring because it does not contain any tomato. We made this one in our Showtime rotisserie, or the chicken can be cut into pieces, or halved and grilled. Great for a crowd. This will soon be your favorite, too! Enjoy! Photos are my own. This recipe is from an Amish kitchen by…
"You Won't Be Single For Long Vodka Cream Pasta" from Rachel Ray...my ABSOLUTE go-to recipe. I like it with gnocchi and either sausage sliced up and thrown in the sauce or some sauteed shrimp. Boyfriend loves vodka sauces and says this one's the best he's ever had!
Baked Chicken Parmesan w/ Ricotta and Spinach...I pinned a chicken parm casserole here, but this sounded so very good, I'm pinning it, too. chicken soaks in buttermilk to make it So tender and juicy then is baked w/panko to make it crunchy and healthier. Uses good Jar sauce, which makes it easy, and the ricotta,spinach and mozzarella...serve with pasta..YUM!
DRY CELERY AND OTHER HERBS IN THE MICROWAVE:: Cover with another paper towel and zap in the microwave in 30-second increments until the leaves look more brittle than wilted (usually 1½ to 2 minutes total). Let the leaves cool, rub them through a fine-mesh sieve