Friday, 27 May 2016

Food on Friday: Chicken


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We've done Chicken several times before - but chicken is so versatile I wanted to do it again.

To add your chicken dishes, just put the name of the dish together with your blog name/name into the first Mr Linky box you will find below.  Then paste the url for your post about it into the second box.

I'll be pinning the dishes to this Pinboard which also has the links from the earlier collections. 

Here's to much chicken goodness.

15 comments:

  1. Hi Carole, Thanks for hosting (again). I've added one Jamie recipe and one from Nigella for a change!

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  2. Hope you are doing well, love the chicken and always enjoy seeing new ideas. Thanks for the party. Cheers!

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  3. Hi Carole, I just made this recipe again today. The one recipe will make two lovely dinners for two (or one dinner for four!).

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  4. Chicken Pesto Bake (#16)is SO good. And equally easy.

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  5. We eat so much chicken at our house yet when I look on the blog, I only have two recipes! I'm going with a classic from the Women's Weekly Chinese Cookbook - Ginger Garlic Chicken. Yum, yum!

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  6. Hi, Carole and all!

    Here in Canada we just celebrated Queen Victoria’s birthday, so I have royalty on the brain. Coronation Chicken ( # 21 ) is easy and can make use of leftover chicken breast.

    Happy weekend all!

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  7. Great to see new ideas for chicken! Chicken Gui with Stir-Fried Vegetables is a favorite. The recipe is from The Garlic Tree, a Korean restaurant that used to be in Seattle's Pike Place Market. We miss the restaurant, but can still enjoy this colorful stir-fry recipe.

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  8. It's always nice to have new ideas for chicken! Thanks!

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  9. This week's post includes ideas for Pollo al Mattone (chicken cooked under a brick), bok choy, and Hasselback potatoes. The chicken recipe is present in the form of a link... enjoy!

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  10. I apologize- I added a link that is for asparagus soup not realizing this was devoted to chicken recipes- but then I couldn't remove it.. so sorry

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  11. Linked up 2 posts re chicken. Have a nice weekend!

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  12. Missed last week, but I'm making up for it, now. Thanks Carole.

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  13. Carole,
    You'd think chicken would be a popular protein in our house, but since ¼ of a beef cow provides so. much. more. it's what's usually on hand. Here's a couple of chicken dishes--a grilled one and a chili, for you.
    Thanks for hosting!

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