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Thread: Please Help .... Supper Suggestions wanted!!!!!!!!

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    Power Poster QuiltE's Avatar
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    Please do give me some suggestions and/or recipes for tonight's supper.

    Chicken Thighs .... thawed and waiting for something to be done to them.

    Preferably oven baked, so I can toss them in and forget til they are cooked.

    Of course, I could just roast/bake them .... though I'm hoping all the great Quilter Cooks can inspire me to something else!

    THANK YOU!!!!!!

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    Marinate them in Italian Salad dressing...or dredge them in dry Ranch dressing for a twist...

    I've covered them in Cream of Mushroom (or chicken...or celery) soup and baked them that way...

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    Remove the skin if you want, dip in beaten egg,then in flavored bread crumbs or crushed corn flakes, bake till done.

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    That poor Chicken! how will he dance with the cow from the fair???

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    Quote Originally Posted by girliegirl
    That poor Chicken! how will he dance with the cow from the fair???
    You're too funny!



    Hellooooooooo ....... ideas??????

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    Thanks PlainPat and Charlee .... for your suggestions!



    Still time folks ... I won't be doing something with them for about 1/2--3/4 hour!!

    Please?

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    You can boil up the chicken....then when it is done, chop it up into small peices, spray a baking pan, put the chopped chicken, any kind of canned or frozen veggies, chopped onion, cream of chicken soup or mushroom soup really doesnt matter what kind of cream soup some milk to thin out the soup, and top with a crust Or canned biscuits. and bake till the biscuits are browned.

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    This sounds yummy..served with rice,fried rice or egg noodles.

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/baked-t...en/detail.aspx

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    ok here are a few ideas.
    #1 remove the skin dust with garlic powder black pepper and a bit off sea salt put in pan with carrots onions potatos and fill pan half full off a mild red wine. you now have a comepleat supper and you can go a nd sew.
    #2 put them in a pan cover with bbq sauce add a bit off water and roast.
    have a good supper

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    Mmmmm, Ok, how about Chicken Cacatorri ( spelling is right )
    chicken, diced tomatoes, sliced olives, mushrooms with sauce all in one pan, bake it til done and serve over noodles.........

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