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Old 02-04-2012, 12:42 PM   #1
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Default Awesome Recipes By Mustang Forums Kitchen Warriors FTW! WTF! LOL!

Here it is cooks, bakers, chefs and kitchen warriors of the mighty alrighty Mustang Forums!

Got a recipe you love to make? What did you whip up that came out crazy good? Share your delectable succulent exotic foodz!

Most importantly, take pics! It can just be your dish plated up. But it's nice to see a few steps of the prep.
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Old 02-04-2012, 12:58 PM   #2
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King Ranch Chicken
Ingredients:
3-4 Chicken Breasts or Rotisserie Chicken
Can of Cream of Chicken Soup
Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup
Small Can of sliced mushrooms
Chicken Broth (1/2 can)
Shredded Mexican Cheese
Corn Tortillas (Yellow or White)
Can of Rotel
Cayenne Pepper
Tin Foil
Pyrex Dish

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Shred the cooked chicken.
Cut the tortillas into fourths or eighths.
Mix two cans of soup and mushrooms in a bowl.
Drain the rotel.
Season soup mixture and chicken to taste

In a pyrex dish, place a layer of the cut tortillas on the bottom.
Next, spread a layer of the soup mixture on top of the tortillas.
Add a layer of chicken.
Sprinkle cheese on top.
Repeat the above steps to make one more complete layer.
After the two complete layers, place one more layer of tortillas.
Pour 1/3-1/2 can of chicken broth over the top of the 3rd layer of tortillas (should fill up the sides of the dish about 1/3 of the way)
Add the drained rotel to the top of the 3rd tortilla layer.
Cover with tin foil.
Place in oven for 35 minutes.
Take the foil off and bake for another 10-15 minutes.
Remove from oven and enjoy!








and now, to figure out how to make it a sammich
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Old 02-04-2012, 01:02 PM   #3
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That sounds really good, joo! I'll try it for sure. And when I do, I'll do a little thing that's very important to this thread. Yes, that's right, TAKE PICTURES!
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patent pending / copyright JooTainment Industries, All Rights Reserved
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Just the fact that you posted it here, time stamps and dates it. You are safe.
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speaking of chicken, what do you guys use to marinate?
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Ok, here is my Sweet and Spicy Orange Chicken Thighs. It's SO easy to make, so even an MFer can make it.
You don't have to use thighs, I just happen to prefer them for this. But I do use wings and legs as well with the same happy results.

First I season and pan sear my thighs then turn down the heat, cover and cook through. I love my wokpan, but any frying pan is fine.


While the chicken is cooking, I mix up my sauce.
It's about 50/50 orange marmalade and ketchup. Then I add a little rooster sauce (Chinese chili sauce) fresh pressed garlic (or garlic powder) a little cumin for that nice smokiness. Somethings optional: I used my ancho chipotle powder for an extra smokey kick because I have it. But add what you like to the base. Watch the salt, ketchup has plenty. You want sweet, not salty.


When the chicken is cooked through. Set it aside on paper towels (or what evz) to drain.
Now drain the pan and wipe it out with a paper towel and add the sauce. Let it simmer on low to marry the flavors and thicken a bit.


Now add the chick thighs and let it simmer and coat a few minutes.


Plate it up and enjoy a great sweet and spicy chicken with an orange twist.
I made some baked potato wedges that I dipped in a diluted mayo/milk and rolled in seasoned bread crumbs, then bake until perfect. I dip them in a chipotle mayo dip I make. Don't worry, we had a salad too, not shown.


I will usually top the chicken with toasted sesame seeds or chopped green onions for looks. But I didn't have either and I was hungry. But we do eat with our eyes first, so if you are entertaining a friend, make it look nice.
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speaking of chicken, what do you guys use to marinate?
A good standby is always the simple butter and garlic with a little lemon juice. Italian dressing is always good as well!
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The sky is the limit. Just remember that if the chicken is boneless breast, don't marinate long or dilute it a lot and watch the salt.

For my bone in chicken, I have several regional marinades. My favs are teriyaki and jerk I make, not a bottle. But I have this awesome rum Moroccan marinade that I changed to my liking. I use my tagine to cook it, but I do it on the grill all the time. Then make Moroccan sides to go with it. It has gotten me teh sekz many-a-time.
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Oreo-stuffed cookie recipe is easy! Use your favorite cookie recipe (I am pretty sure the dough logs from the store will work as well) and place to walnut size ***** on the top and bottom of the oreo. Form into a ball, make sure to seal the edges. Cook at 350 12 mins or until golden brown. Cookies are HUGE! Enjoy the diabeetus!
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