Creamy Ranch Chicken
>As I found it, this recipe called for increasing the bacon to
>a whole pound, then went healthy. How ridiculous! Excuse
>me for omitting that silly crap. I'm sure anyone who wants
>to healthy-up a recipe knows exactly what to do.
>We like it more using pancetta instead of bacon.
>6 slices bacon (Or use the whole blessed lb.)
>4 chicken legs & thighs or breasts cut into bite size pieces
>2 T flour
>2 T dry ranch salad dressing mix
>1-1/4 cup whole milkor 1/2 & 1/2
>3 c dried medium noodles
>Cook bacon and then cut into bite size pieces.
>Use the grease to cook chicken in (about 2-4 T)
>Stir in flour and ranch and stir well.
>stir in milk
>Cook until thick and bubbly
>Stir in bacon.
>Meanwhile make cook the noodles
>Serve the chicken with the noodles sprinkle with parmesan
August 26, 2012 at 8:12 PM
For which recipe Melanie? I typically add more liquid to ensure dryness does not happen.
yummy. will the chicken be dry
by lachelleAugust 28, 2012 at 6:54 AM
Lower case t is teaspoons. Upper case T is tablespoons. I used to get confused all the time! LOL..
is "t" supposed to be teaspoons or table spoons? I want to be safe not sorry!lol
Perfect Chicken2-4 boneless chicken breasts with or without rib meat1/2 t. salt1/2 t. pepper1/2 t. garlic powder1/2 t. onion powder1/2 t. paprika2-3 T. olive oilMix salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, and paprika in a small bowl (I use my old 1/4 cup). Coat the chicken breasts in the seasoning, rubbing in to coat. Pour olive oil in the bottom of a Dutch oven, and heat to med-high. When nice and hot, add chicken to the pan (in batches if necessary). Cook 2-3 min per side. If any chicken has been removed, add it back to the Dutch oven. Place uncovered Dutch oven in a 350 degree F oven for 25 minutes or until juices run clear. Let sit on a plate 5-10 minutes before cutting, shredding, or eating.
Tried this recipe ,it was delicious!!!! my husband and son really liked it too! Thanks for sharing!
by LoveMyBoyKAugust 28, 2012 at 7:11 AMBump and TFS!!
by lachelleSeptember 4, 2012 at 7:08 AM
Thanks for this, it was delicious tender chicken!!
Quoting frndlyfn:Best Ever Crockpot Chicken
Can't be easier or more delicious! Use a different spice every time to get a different meal.Ingredients
1 whole frozen chicken
There is no precise amount of the spices, just mix them together and sprinkle liberally all over chicken. Put chicken in crockpot. Cook on low for 5 hours or so, or on high for 4 or 5 hours. Do not add water. Using a frozen chicken plus the skin provides enough liquid. You can use frozen skinless chicken, but you might have to add a little water for that. I also like to use Cavender's Greek spices and sometimes I use lemon pepper. It is entirely up to you. The juices make awesome gravy as well. I just all a little flour-water mixture to it after I remove the chicken.Prep Time: 2 Min
Cook Time: 5 Hr
Total Time: 5 Hr 2 Min
September 4, 2012 at 11:16 AM
Glad the recipes are successful for everyone trying them.