Chinese food at home! Such a good thing! This recipe is pretty easy! It was delicious. it seems I am always saying that about the recipes I am blogging, but it is true! I do not post recipes that I don’t think are good enough for you to try! recipes on this blog are to This General Tso’s chicken is definitely worth making! Continue reading “General Tso’s Chicken”
I just think that sometimes a simple whole roasted chicken is one of the most delicious and perfect foods.
The smell of the roasting chicken fills the house up and whenever I make this, my family walks in and always comments “that smells delicious’
You can always adjust this to your liking. I have added onions, carrots, parsnips & sweet potato to the roasting pan. You can use the vegetables that you like. Many times I add whir potatoes instead of sweet potato & eliminate the parsnips. This is also delicious without any vegetables!
The trick to a delicious roast chicken is to Baste, Baste, Baste with the pan juices! If you don’t baste the chicken often then the skin is dry. IF you do not have a basting tool, use a large spoon.. just gather up some of the pan juices & pot on all over the chicken and over the veg as well!
1 3 lb whole chicken, defrosted if it was frozen!
1 1/2 tbsp Seasoned Salt
1 tbsp paprika (approximately) 2 tbsp olive oil *
1 whole onion, sliced
3 carrots cut into 2 inch chunks, if thick cut them lengthwise as well
3 parsnips cut into 2 inch chunks, cut the thick end in half lengthwise
1 sweet potato
*** the amount of carrots, parsnips and potatoes depends on how many people you are serving. If you don’t like sweet potatoes leave them out or add white potatoes
1 Put the chicken into a roasting pan, the size of the pan depends on how many vegetables you are adding to the roaster pan. like my vegetables close to the chicken, not too spread out so I use a pan that allows that
2 Sprinkle the seasoned salt all over the chicken
3 Sprinkle the paprika on the chicken
3. Drizzle the olive oil over the chicken then rub it all over…The oil mixes with the spices beautifully and I make sure I rub it everywhere, lifting the chicken so I get the thighs as well .
4. Put the cut up onions, carrots, parsnips and potatoes around the chicken . I put a bit of paprika and olive oil on the vegetables
5. Roast at 375F until chicken is fully cooked and the vegetables and potatoes are soft. Baste often and if your pan gets too dry after an hour or so, add some water. ( no more than 1 cup) The chicken releases liquid while it roasts so wait that hour before deciding whether to put some water in or not. If your chicken has a lot of fat there will be more liquid in your roaster pan but if the chicken is very lean there might not be and then you should add water so you have a bit of drippings for you to baste the chicken with
I like to pour some of the drippings on the chicken at serving time and the vegetables as well.
I love a sweet chicken recipe & Murray likes a more savoury chicken dish. This one fits the bill! BBQ sauce & hot sauce for Murray & jam for me !Continue reading “Sweet & Slightly Spicy Chicken”
With Covid19 numbers increasing in our city & other places I have decided to curb side grocery shop for a awhile. So, that takes some planning.. which leads me to make some recipes this week with groceries I have in the house already! Here are 3 meals I am going to make the next few days..Continue reading “Meals for the next 3 Days!!”
These salmon patties are a staple in our house. I keep a couple of cans of salmon in the pantry to whip up these patties for dinner anytime. They are good as the main in a meal, on a bun as a burger or cold from the fridge.
I like to make a rolled turkey breast… this way I get some turkey without a ton of leftovers!
Marinade some chicken in this asian salad dressing then pop it into the oven or on the grill for a delicious dinner!
I love pasta salad, but the problem is sometimes I find that the pasta is quite tasteless & worse for me is if it is undercooked…or overcooked I suppose! I realize I don’t love the vegetables in there either…I am not being critical of other peoples pasta salads…I just wanted to make mine a bit different & see how it turned out.
I love this chicken recipe. It is crispy from the oven, not fried & you can use whatever chicken pieces you like!
This recipe is from epicurious.com. From 2013! It was in the pasta folder in my email…I had some time to look through that folder & found this recipe.
This is another one of my mom’s recipes… It is really delicious…I actually forget about it sometimes & am always happy when I remember to make it! I have no idea where my mom got the recipe from…it is written on one of her recipe cards so it must have been from a friend. I first pasted this about a year ago..Continue reading “Mom’s Yummy Chicken”
This chicken is gently fried & then baked in the oven in a wonderful orange juice & honey sauce…yum!