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Ranch Chicken Skewers

Ranch Chicken Skewers

Fragrant, flavorful, and easy

Posted on March 21, 2017
Ranch Chicken Skewers are perfect for those who love the summery flavor of ranch dressing. A thick coating of herbs encases tender mouthfuls of juicy chicken. This super easy recipe comes together real quick so you can have a delicious dinner on the table in no time. Pair this with some Homemade Avocado Ranch Dressing and have a super delicious dunk for these already delightful skewers. 
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Roast Chicken

Roast Chicken

with Honey, Hickory & Bacon

Posted on August 30, 2016
Roast chicken is amazing. You can serve it as a big family dinner, or make one and use it in recipes for the whole week. This Roast Chicken with Honey, Hickory & Bacon served just that purpose. Day one, we ate a few slices with potatoes and grilled veggies. Then I added some leftovers to a great salad – featured in this recipe – and after that we used what was left to make chicken sandwiches!  
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Sesame Chicken

Sesame Chicken

in the Napoleon Stainless Steel Wok

Posted on July 20, 2016
Sesame Chicken in the Napoleon Stainless Steel Wok is easy and faster than ordering takeout. Sesame Chicken is my favorite dish to order when we get Chinese Food, you can imagine my desire to find a perfect copy that I could make at home. This one is great, the right taste, without deep-frying the chicken bits; just stir fry them instead, which definitely makes the dish a little lighter. I definitely make this once a week for dinner. After tasting it, I think you will too. 
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How to Spatchcock a Chicken

How to Spatchcock a Chicken

with Club House La Grille Montreal Steak Spice Wet Rub

Posted on June 29, 2016
So I have never spatchcocked a chicken before. Probably because I couldn’t say the word. One of those- it never sounded right to my ears -kind of things. It’s called spatchcock, spach-kok, and it means a chicken or game bird that has been split open and grilled. That doesn’t sound so hard. I learned how to spatchcock a chicken from watching a celebrity chef do it, and after all that fuss and worry, discovered that it was easy! Possibly easier than the Easiest Rotisserie Chicken Ever! If that is even possible! 
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Parmesan & Red Pepper Chicken Burgers

Parmesan & Red Pepper Chicken Burgers

on COBS Bread Ciabatta Buns

Posted on June 23, 2016
Everyone deserves a delicious burger, but not everyone eats beef. That’s where these Parmesan & Red Pepper Chicken Burgers on COBS Bread Ciabatta Buns come in. These burgers are stuffed to overflowing with all sorts of delicious Italian flavors, perfect for being wedged into a fresh Italian-style bun like Ciabatta.
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Herby Chicken Burgers

Herby Chicken Burgers

with grilled romano peppers & lemon mayo

Posted on May 03, 2016
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Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada

Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada

On Napoleon’s Pizza Stone

Posted on April 26, 2016
Making Mexican style takeout food to celebrate Cinco De Mayo is fun and flavorful. Utilizing spices in unique ways makes for some interesting meals. Instead of making Enchiladas, I wanted something that would be a little more interesting when cut into. This Stone Baked, Layered Enchilada turned out to be crunchy, tangy, and spicy. Seeing the layers and tasting the flavors when we ate it was about as fun as making it. Think of this Layered Enchilada recipe like a savory Mexican birthday cake. How many layers high can you go? 
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Yaki Onigiri

Yaki Onigiri

Grilled Rice Balls

Posted on April 14, 2016
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Yaki Onigiri is a very popular snack or takeout food made from rice formed into triangle or cylinder shapes, served wrapped with nori (seaweed) paper. Yaki means grilled or cooked To celebrate Rice Ball day on April 19th, I needed to try my hand at such a popular dish. They turned out fantastic, and I quickly got a handle on forming the sticky rice into a shape that resembled the pictures of Onigiri that I have seen. Traditionally Onigiri is stuffed with pickles or other sour things like pickled Umeboshi (Japanese salt plums), salted salmon, kombu (pickled seaweed), pickled tuna flakes, or salted Pollock. Feel free to substitute any of these for the chicken if you want to go super traditional. 
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Chicken Cordon Bleu

Chicken Cordon Bleu

with Dijon Cream Sauce

Posted on March 31, 2016
Chicken Cordon Bleu with Dijon Cream Sauce is a grilled take on a French classic. Healthier than pan frying your breaded chicken breast, this Chicken Cordon Bleu is prepared to the highest standards as its name implies. 
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Chicken Teriyaki Fried Rice

Chicken Teriyaki Fried Rice

Mmmm tasty

Posted on January 13, 2016
I had pulled chicken thighs with the intention of making Spicy Rice with Chicken instead of Haddock. The husband wasn't feeling it at all that night, so I cast about the kitchen looking for something else to make. Chicken Teriyaki Fried Rice sort of leapt out of the pantry at me. The ingredients list was relatively similar, with some slight modification, but it was generally where I was going for dinner. It turned out pretty dang delicious too. 
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