Tag Archives: Chicken

Recipe: Popcorn Chicken with Real Popcorn

What to do with leftover movie popcorn? Here’s a mod of my General Tso’s Prawns which uses popcorn instead of (or in addition to) rice as the starch to make popcorn chicken. Serves 4. Ingredients: 3-4 c popped popcorn* 1 … Continue reading

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Recipe: Easy Korean Fried Chicken

As irresistible as the sweet/spicy chicken from a Korean market, but made with ingredients from your kitchen and your local supermarket. Serves 4-6. Ingredients: 1 24-oz package Tyson Crispy Chicken Strips (original flavor) 3 T fresh ginger, peeled 3 T … Continue reading

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Recipe: Spiedie Marinade for Spiedies

This is the spiedie marinade I used for my spiedies taste test, corrected to include paprika like the winner. It produces moist, tender grilled meats whether you use lamb (the classic), pork, chicken or beef. Makes enough to marinate 1 … Continue reading

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Recipe: Chicken with 47 Cloves of Garlic

This is kind of like stone soup: a gimmick is used to produce a solid basic dish. I prefer Martha Stewart’s approach in which the chicken is cooked at high heat throughout. Serves 4-6. Ingredients: 1 large healthy chicken 47 … Continue reading

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Recipe: Cornell-Style Grilled Chicken

This is the tasty “barbecue” chicken served at church socials throughout the Northeast U.S. The Cornell chicken recipe makes enough to marinade and grill two whole chickens; if making just one chicken (or equivalent in pieces) you can refrigerate the leftover … Continue reading

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The Cornell Chicken and the Egg

My friend and fellow food blogger Deanna Fox wrote a great piece a while back on the origins of Cornell Chicken. This is a serving method and chicken marinade that was created at Cornell University in the 1940s as a … Continue reading

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Recipe: Sizzling Chicken Sisig

Sisig is a Pinoy (Filipino) bar snack made with pig parts (snout, ears etc) that are cooked on a sizzling platter, combined with peppers and onions, and eaten with beer. I ran across a quick and easy variation that uses … Continue reading

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Recipe: Turkey Wiggle

A classic family dinner recipe that takes advantage of leftover Thanksgiving turkey or turkey on sale. Turkey Wiggle was served at my grandmother’s Christmas party every year when I was young and we never grew tired of it. Original recipe, from … Continue reading

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Recipe: Thai BBQ Chicken

The addictive Thai chicken you have been craving. Adapted from the long out of print Thai Home-Cooking from Kamolmal’s Kitchen (Plume) 1/4 c chopped cilantro bottoms (see photo) 2 T chopped garlic 2 T fish sauce (I use Tiparos) 2 T sugar … Continue reading

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