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This works with any tough meat. I use it with moose or beef. Do vary the sauce to your taste. Barbecue, wine, and onion-based sauces are usually best for disguising the gaminess. It's the cooking method that tenderizes, not the sauce.
This recipe is very simple yet delicious. Pheasant is normally a dry bird but this recipe keeps it wonderfully moist. It almost falls right off the bone!
These are great shortbreads for the holidays.
This mildly marinated flank steak is my son's favorite," reports Gayle Bucknam of Greenbank, Washington. "I usually slice it thinly and serve it with twice-baked potatoes and a green salad to round out the meal. Leftovers are great for French dip sandwiches.
These juicy, tender patties on whole wheat buns make a wholesome, satisfying sandwich," relates field editor Sherry Hulsman of Louisville, Kentucky. "We especially like to grill them.
Any night is the perfect night for a fried chicken dinner. But this is no take-out chicken, this is Shirley's quick and easy recipe for Fried Chicken Tenders that utilizes sesame crackers as a crust. Shirley Little - Alvord, Texas
"I'm a teacher and work most of the day, so slow-cooked meals are a great help," relates Jacqueline Blanton from Gaffney, South Carolina. One of her family's favorites is this moist slow-simmered chicken. For an appealing look, choose a darker brown barbecue sauce.
When time gets away from you and your clan is hungry, prepare this fun fast finger food. The chicken is crispy outside and tender inside. Kids of all ages will love it!
“When we can’t barbecue on the grill, I bring out my pressure cooker for this fall-off-the-bone BBQ chicken,” relates field editor Diane Hixon of Niceville, Florida. Her jazzed-up BBQ sauce adds good flavor.
I changed one of my recipes to come up with this healthier version," explains Jane Thoma of Monroe, Michigan. "Whether offered as appetizers, packed cold for picnics or served over spaghetti at dinner, these moist marjoram-seasoned meatballs are well-received.
These yummy yeast rolls will dress up any meal. The cut knots look like you fussed, but the dough is so easy to work with that they're a cinch to shape. Folks are bound to be asking for seconds. -Renae Moncur Burley, Idaho
'These ribs are so simple to prepare,' confides Denise Hathaway Valasek of Perrysburg, Ohio. 'Just brown them, then combine with the sauce ingredients in your slow cooker. Serve them at noon...or let them cook all day for falling-off-the-bone tenderness.'
I wanted to make weekend lunches more interesting, so I created this recipe that's now a favorite of ours," jots Beth Woodard in Jamestown, North Carolina. "Try it with a fruit salad on the side.
These quick chicken bites from Carol Dodds in Aurora, Ontario are moist, delicious and boast traditional East Indian flavors of cinnamon, ginger and curry. “I serve this simple dish with rice and veggies for a great meal,” says Carol. TIP: Warm up your next fall gathering with Carol's Spicy Chicken Tenders for appetizers. Simply double the recipe and serve with fancy party picks.
Whoever said that all chicken recipes taste the same just hasn't experimented enough," comments Margaret Shauers of Great Bend, Kansas. "For tender chicken with a refreshing herb flavor, marinate the meat overnight in this quick-to-fix yogurt mixture.
I came up with this recipe for our son, who likes the fried chicken nuggets we get at a fas-food restaurant," writes Linda Keller of Jonesboro, Arkansas. "These tender chunks of chicken with a tasty cornflake, coating are fun to make---and eat.
Four ingredients are all it takes to create these moist golden bites that are healthier than fast food. "I serve them with ranch dressing and barbecue sauce for dipping," reports Lynne Hahn of Winchester, California.
“I made this effortless recipe for my uncle, who lives for mashed potatoes. I worried he wouldn’t like this variation, but he couldn’t stop raving about it!” Susan Burk - Saginaw, MI
Brown sugar, garlic and ginger provide the traditional sweet-sour flavor in this chicken medley. "The aroma is heavenly after working outside all day," says Milton Schutz of Pandora, Ohio.
These pork chops require a little more time to get ready but they are tender!
From Taste of Home.
I got this recipe 10 or 15 years ago on the back of Shake n' Bake for Pork. It has been a family favorite ever since. The sauce is the best part. It is simple to make and has great flavoring. I serve it with Rice and a green vegetable.
These chicken tenders are seasoned, then breaded and oven-fried. Scroll down to see more chicken recipes.
From Freeing My Martha Blog. These are really different from your average chicken strip and so good. They are moist and are reminiscent of buffalo wings in flavor. The panko gives them a nice crispiness which I love. These are a hit with the kids as well as us older kids.
Grill or broil these tasty chicken tenders. Scroll down to see more grilled chicken recipes.
A tasty breaded chicken recipe. Great for chicken wings, too!
A buttermilk marinade makes these chicken tenders extra flavorful and tender.
The long, thin strips of meat attached to each chicken breast half is known as the tender. Available at supermarkets, they're ideal fast food candidates because they cook quickly and require less trimming than larger pieces of chicken.
Based on a classic pâte brisée, the buttery French pastry dough used for making pies and tarts, this pie crust dough is easy to work with and wonderfully versatile.
Quinoa is a super nutritious, high protein grain native to the South American Andes. Quinoa has a delicious nutty taste, and is well-suited for pilaf-type recipes. Some people (my husband and kids for example) avoid quinoa, mistakenly placing it in the same category as tofu - one of those good-for-you foods without flavor. But I tricked them with this chicken recipe. The quinoa made a delicious crunchy coating for these healthful chicken tenders, and my husband admitted that they were "actually pretty reasonable." That's high praise indeed!
The cornflakes give a nice crunch to these oven-baked chicken tenders, which are great for a meal or snacking. —Kris Lehman
My family's holiday meal consists of different soups and breads. This is one of the favorite breads during that meal.—Bonnie Myers, Callaway, Nebraska
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My husband came up with this recipe and it makes a very tender piece of lamb. It was based on a Gordon Ramsay recipe, but to make Gordon's version you'll want to throw in a carrot and more garlic, leave out the cloves and cook it entirely on the stove top. He also recommends serving it with mashed parsnip but we like traditional potatoes.
LuVerne Peterson of Minneapolis, Minnesota shares this melt-in-your mouth fall-apart-tender pork roast. "It's wonderful to serve to company because it never fails to please," she promises.
Soft gingersnaps embody the tastes and smells of the season. Enjoy cloves, cinnamon and ginger blended into one delicious cookie. These are perfect for Thanksgiving and fall gatherings. —Lara Pennell, Mauldin, South Carolina
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