This was posted....I havnt tried it yet....but Im debating between this one and the next one I will post:
Hawaiian Chicken Over Rice4 chicken breasts1/2 cup bbq sauce1/2 cup teriyaki sauce1/2 cup water12 oz can pineappleRice (I like brown)Put chicken breasts, bbq sauce, teriyaki, water and pineapple into the crock pot.Cook on low for about 5-6 hours or on high for about 3, until chicken is cooked thoroughly and shreddable.Shred chicken and return to the crock pot while you cook the rice.Cook rice according to package directions in a pot, or with a rice cooker.Serve rice topped with chicken mixture and lots of sauce.
This is the other one Im trying to decide between.....It says whole chicken but I will just cut up the breats.....
1 chicken, skinned and cut upSalt and pepper to tasteall purpose flour2 tablespoons corn oil or safflower oil1 large onion, sliced1 can, 6 ounce, frozen orange juice concentrateCooked ricePreheat oven to 350 degrees. Sprinkles chicken with salt and pepper, then coat with flour. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add chicken and cook over medium high heat until brown. Arrange chicken in a 9 x 13 baking dish. In skillet, saute onions in pan drippings until tender. Arrange onion over chicken. Spread orange juice concentrate over chicken, then bake for 1 hour. Served over rice.
Also I like to do kellogs chicken....
Theres lots of different recipes online, but basically its crushed corn flakes, with seasonings you like, parmsean chees, italian seasoning, red pepper, some flour, what ever you like really.
You dip the chicken in either butter or egg and then coat with the cereal mixture.
Bake at 350 for about 45mins or until juices run clear.
I usually use them for quesadillas, enchiladas, baked chicken, chicken tacos....lol looks like a lot of mexican food apparently. Seriously though chicken can be used for almost anything.
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