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Recipe for lemon garlic chicken, please??? Sounds yummy.. nm

Posted By: Dinner rut on 2005-11-11
In Reply to: Recipe for new potatoes - Romey


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I have 20-garlic chicken in right now..YUMMY cant wait for dinner.
what is the 20 garlic chicken recipe!
sounds incredibly good! Love both garlic and chicken...pls share!
Does anyone still have recipe for 20-garlic chicken in crockpot? I can't find
Oooh, that sounds yummy! Thanks for the recipe!
Lemon asparagus chicken

4 boneless chicken breasts

1 can cream of asparagus soup

1 Tbs lemon juice

1/4 cup milk

1/4 tsp fresh ground black pepper or ground black pepper


Brown chicken breasts in 1 Tbs oil and set into a casserole dish.  Pour off any grease. Combine all the rest of the ingredients and add to frying pan to deglaze.  Bring to a boil and pour over chicken.  Bake chicken at 350 for 45 min or until done.  Serve with wild rice or something similar.  Peas are a good side with this too.


lemon crock pot chicken

21/2 # chicken, cut up, 1/4 cup flour, 2 T cooking oil, 1 6 oz frozen lemonade,

thawed. 3 T brown sugar, 3 T catsup, 1 T vinegard, 2 T cold water, 2 T cornstarch. Combine flour with 1-1/4 tsp. salt. Coat chicken and brown thoroughly in hot oil. Place in crock pot. Stir together lemonade, brown sugar, catsup and vinegar. Pour over chicken. Cover and cook on high heat 3 to 4 hours. Remove chicken. Pour liquid into saucepan. Return chicken to crock pot and cover to keep warm. Skim fat from liquid. Blend cold water into cornstarch and stir into hot liquid. Cook, stirring until thickened and bubbly. Serve chicken with gravy over hot cooked rice, noodles, or whatever you like.



20 garlic chicken. sm
At the risk of sounding dumb - are you supposed to use two whole actual things of garlic.  Garlic has always confused me.  The recipe sounds wonderful but two whole garlic or two segments of one garlic thingy? 
Garlic Chicken

Thanks for posting this.  This smells so wonderful. 

I had gone to a Garlic Festival and they made this with pieces of chicken and added rice.  Wrapped it in a tortilla.  Walaaaa wonderful!!! You could smell it everywhere!  Which is how i found this food booth. 

Look at this recipe I found - yummy!
4 pounds (or larger) bluefish, dressed
Salt and pepper to taste
4 tablespoons mayonnaise
2 lemons
1 medium onion, chopped
2 tablespoons parsley, chopped

Preheat oven to 500 degrees F.

Wash and dry fish. Salt and pepper inside and out. Coat with mayonnaise inside and out. Place fish on heavy aluminum foil in baking pan. Arrange lemon slices on top, sprinkle the onion and parsley around. Dust with paprika.

Turn oven down to 400F. Bake fish 10 minutes per pound.

TIP : Don't ever worry about coating fish with lots of mayonnaise -- you won't taste it. It keeps your fillets moist and delicious

Just wanted to let you know that the 20-garlic chicken was AWWESOME!!
If anyone wants the recipe let me know..it is one of the fastes crock pot recipes i have done and sooooo delicious!
I saw below that my 20 garlic chicken was thrown in a few crockpots..


just put the 20 garlic chicken in the crock pot. Smells GREAT!
have to cook chicken for my BF...the 20-cloves of garlic, is that from Rachel Ray?

Wait, I think it was from the barefoot contessa show, I saw her do that but not in a crockpot. 

(We are looking for a place to buy chickens locally as I still believe no animal has to suffer for me, smile!)

Just because I am lazy, is that recipe already posted here, can I do a search to find it? 

Thank you everyone!

Grilled chicken breasts and garlic mashed potatoes
BBQ chicken, baked beans and garlic toast with M&M cookies for dessert! nm
Roasted parmesian garlic sauce over grilled chicken served on bed of vermicelli, green salad
with all the fixins including home-made croutons with garlic and homestyle ranch dressing with sweet tea! YUM!
chicken recipe
The recipe says 2 toss of garlic. Is it suppose to be 20 toes of garlic since you call this 20-garlic chicken? Thanks for your help.
Hubby making 40 clove garlic chicken in the crock pot. I'll make mashed potatoes and glazed
anyone have a good crock pot chicken recipe?

Easy chicken pot pie. A favorite. Recipe below

This is tooooooooooo easy.

Preheat oven to 350.

You will need:

1 box of 2 prepared pie crusts.

Chicken for stir fry

1 can cream of chicken soup

1 box or half of a small bag of frozen mixed vegetables.

Take one box of prepared pie crust out of the refrigerator and throw it on the counter.

Put the stir fry chicken strips in the oven for 20 minutes on 350 then turn the oven up to 425 after taking the cooked chicken out.

Cut up the chicken and put it in a mixing bowl, add the soup and frozen vegetables and stir it up. 

Throw one crust in the bottom of a pie plate, dump the chicken mix in, put the top crust on, pinch together and cover the edges with foil.

Cook 20 minutes with foil, remove foil and cook 20 more minutes.


Me too! I'm looking for a good chicken enchilada recipe!

Now that sounds good. With lots of lemon and butter and a baked potato.
Can't just have crab.
Lemon pound cake wtih lemon drizzle. mmmmmmmmm
that sounds different, but yummy...

Sounds yummy

Sounds yummy - thank you!
sounds yummy - can I come ?!! nm
sounds yummy...gonna try it tomorrow!

How do you make avacado sauce? This sounds yummy!
that last recipe sounds good!

I actually do keep track of these recipes believe it or not.  Gives me something to look forward to when I am working.  DINNER! 

MMM that last dish sounds yummy with the pork chops and potatoes.  Thanks!


Thank you very much - this sounds wonderful and so easy. Just my kind of recipe LOL. nm

Sounds good. Spill the beans with the recipe!

Get Momma's recipe while you're at it. Sounds great! nm

that sounds good - wanna share the recipe?
Great recipe, but please post on the Holiday/Recipe board.
That chicken looks good, too! Fried chicken is the one thing
I'm terrible at making. I just can't do it. Whenever we do have fried chicken maybe once a year, I buy the frozen boxed stuff or KFC.

I haven't thought about dinner yet. I'm making muffins today, spiced applesauce muffins, Tabor City yam bread muffins, and banana zucchini muffins. Going to send some to work with hubby and freeze the rest for breakfasts.
the lemon is good, also pennyroyal oil...
and my sister used to use a bowl of water with some lemon joy dish soap. the fleas like the lemon, I guess, and would jump in and drown.

they also do not like pennyroyal oil...
I always used good old fashioned lemon juice -
in the bathwater for my beagle. She never ever had fleas EVER!!! I used an herbal shampoo of rosemary and pine and in her bathwater I would put about 1/2 cup to 1 cup of lemon juice in the water and rinse her off in it.
Try a slice of fresh lemon in water.
It changes the taste completely.
Geez, keep sucking on that lemon, sourpuss!
BBQ ribs, mashed potatoes, macaroni salad, baked beans, lemon pie. nm
Mig was yummy to look at!!!
He's definitely yummy.
Thanks for sharing this recipe.  I love the stuff and never thought it would be so easy to make.  Thanks again!!
Does sound yummy. I'm trying it.
It is a yummy restaurant
its brand name BBQ sauces. Many many types. Check this out. http://www.lubewings.com/
Jazz. Yummy.

Yummy! Not OP but thanks for the ideas!
yummy cabbage
Well, turns out it was just my mom's (sorry mom) cabbage I hated. She used to sorta steam it and it would still be kinda hard and chunky. I used to sit at the table long after everybody else left the table just trying to get it down. Seriously, I used to gag trying to eat it. Well, my MIL (now ex) used to fix cabbage differently and I tried it and love it! Now I fix mine the way she did. I add bacon grease to boiling water and then add cabbage along with salt/pepper. Boil about 20 minutes. Then I might need to chop it up a little smaller. Yummy! Some people like to cook with ham hock for the seasoning too. There are some people around here who mix collards and cabbage together. Collards are too much work though and I like cabbage better anyway. Give it a try!
Yummy! I'll be right over! :-)