Friday, December 19, 2008

Forgotten Chicken


I got this super-easy recipe from Dana -- the superstar biomed mom who frequents many Yahoo groups to provide her insight and experiences to help others. Dana also has a website that is chock-full of information. Among all the info, you will find this recipe for Forgotten Chicken. And if you have seen Dana's posts in forums and think she has no personality, well check out this recipe on her site and you will see that she has a sense of humor. This is gluten-free, casein-free, soy-free, egg-free, nut-free, yeast-free,'s free of everything but chicken, honey, and salt!

Chicken (I use boneless skinless thighs)

In a baking dish, spread a thin layer of honey. (I do this by pouring in some honey then using a spoon to spread it around and coat the dish.) Put the chicken in the dish. Put some more honey on top. I also then sprinkle some salt. Cover and cook in the oven at 350 degrees F for 2 hours.

This is great on its own, but we also like to mix it with rice. (see photo) I recently also used some leftover pieces of this cut up into small bits to use at the meat ingredient in the Turkish peas recipe ("bezelye") (my ground beef had gotten yucky in the fridge). I used the honey "sauce" kind of in place of the tomato paste in the peas recipe, since my daughter is on a 4-day rotation with tomatoes, and it worked great. :)
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1 comment:

susan said...

2 hours at 350? And it's not overdone? It looks like a great recipe!!

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