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10/17/08 12:51 PM
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Evil Intentions
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Got some leg quartes (with back) cheap from the store and need a good recipe for them.  No grill available and need a good recipe that will work well as leftovers for lunch next week.

Ideas?

 
10/17/08 2:15 PM
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Tys
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Chicken Cacctiatore, lot's of easy ones all over the web.
10/17/08 2:55 PM
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You want a real easy one?

Take the legs and lie them in a baking pan. Season them generously with salt, pepper, paprika and garlic salt. Slam them son bitches in the oven at 350 for 1 hour (covered under foil) and then 15 minutes (uncovered) for crispiness.

Cooking time may vary on size of legs.

No easier than that.
10/17/08 7:44 PM
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This is a post from the Ramen thread.



I'm making some slow cooked chicken. I love chicken you don't need teeth for.


I start by browning some thighs in olive oil.



Remove the chicken, get rid of most of the fat and add, chopped peppers, onion, shallots & garlic. Don't worry about a fine dice this will cook a while and break down. Just kinda sweat things to get rid of some water and the green flavors.





Clean up the pan with some Dry Sack(sounds like an STD)




2 28 oz cans of tomatoes, 1 small (6 oz I think) of tomato paste, 1 can of chicken broth & Oregano. I smash the tomatoes as I add them.



Let it go for a while, add some capers. I'll add some basil in a bit.






I usually serve it with pasta and garnish with Parmigiano-Reggiano. I think I actually prefer it with rice though.

More pics later.



Forgot to take a pic with the cheese


lolooololl



10/24/08 12:24 PM
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GaryG
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Looks fantastic, but probably to complicated for me to successfully make.
10/24/08 4:30 PM
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Just ended up going with a simple rub type mixture and baked them, I have been eating them all week for lunch.  I pretty much used a recipe I found online but added a bit and took away a bit, mine was:

4  teaspoons salt
1  1/2  teaspoons ground black pepper
1  teaspoon of minced garlic
1 1/2 teaspoons onion powder
1 teaspoon lemon-pepper
1 teaspoon paprika
1  teaspoon of Italian Herb mix
3/4  teaspoon of Stubbs Rub or Montreal grilling seasoning
11/27/08 10:45 PM
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