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OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken
      #24900 - 10/30/03 08:34 AM
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Oven-Fried Honey Chicken
(2 servings easy to double)

1 tablespoon & 1 teaspoon honey
2 teaspoons balsamic or red wine vinegar
1/2 cup dried bread crumbs
1 teaspoon olive oil
2 (4-6oz.) fresh boneless, skinless chicken breasts, halves

Preheat oven to 375F.
In shallow bowl, whisk together honey and vinegar. Pour bread crumbs into separated bowl. Set bowls aside. Spread oil over foil-lined baking pan large enough to hold all chicken pieces in one layer. Roll chicken pieces in honey mixture, then in bread crumbs; place in pan.

Bake for 30 minutes*, or until cooked thoroughly.

web page *NOTE: if you click on this link to the recipe and scroll down there is a box that you can manually change the serving size you need, it will do all the math for you

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #24905 - 10/30/03 08:49 AM
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Maybe I will make this tonight for the girls and I. My husband gets to go the bachelor party while I stay home and get the house to myself after the girls go to bed . Unfortunately (maybe fortunately?) I miss out on the bachelorette party.

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #24908 - 10/30/03 08:51 AM
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I would say fortunately! LOL I only get into trouble at those things!! hehehe

If you make it...let us know how it turns out.

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #24912 - 10/30/03 08:54 AM
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I won't have a sitter so I miss out. They are both really low key. The girls are going to Don Pablos for dinner and then, last I heard, to a bar to play pool. Not my favorite things to do. All though I wouldn't mind the mexican food.

The guys are definatly go out for some good (cry) buffalo wings and then they aren't sure what else.

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #24914 - 10/30/03 08:56 AM
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buffalo wing.... yum...then ouchy!! they must be going to Hooters? LOL

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #25231 - 11/02/03 05:36 PM
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First of all the chicken was awesome. Maddie and I loved it.

Second, no they didn't go to Hooters. We have tons of wing places around here. It is one of the foods this area is known for. Tory was actually home by 10:15 p.m. The groom was worried about his bride. He cares so much about everyone else. I didn't care that they were home so early because I was actually bored. The matron of honor and the friend that did my daughters' hair for the wedding went out with my sil. I feel bad that more of her friends couldn't make it.



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Re: Love the pic, Torbetta!! -nt- new
      #25292 - 11/03/03 07:43 AM
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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #25334 - 11/03/03 01:15 PM
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Oh good.... I'm glad you liked it. I'd love some wings about now... just not the feeling after

The groom was worried....how sweet. I'm sure the bride had fun no mater what.... it was all about her

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #25541 - 11/04/03 08:04 PM
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CAN YOU USE CORN FLAKES IN PLACEOF THE BREAD CRUMBS?
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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #25565 - 11/05/03 06:02 AM
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Oh what a great idea...I wanted to make the recipe at home...but didn't have bread crumbs...I betcha you could use Cornflakes...especially with the honey as an ingredient..It should be good!

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #25573 - 11/05/03 08:32 AM
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I don't see any reason why not!

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #41908 - 01/29/04 04:58 PM
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Shell - I FINALLY made this tonight. It was awesome! Yummy, fast, and SO easy - my favorite aspects in a recipe!

Thanks!

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For Shell or Mags new
      #41911 - 01/29/04 05:08 PM
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Two questions please:

1. Why line the baking pan with foil?
2. You don't cover the chicken before baking?

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Re: For Shell or Mags new
      #41931 - 01/29/04 06:36 PM
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Quote:

Two questions please:

1. Why line the baking pan with foil?
2. You don't cover the chicken before baking?




Hey Bev!

I always line my pans with foil anyway, because I like the easy clean up. Don't know why it was required in this recipe, but I would've done it anyway.

Nope, I didn't cover the chicken.

Hope that helps!

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #41934 - 01/29/04 06:45 PM
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Ooh, so glad you brought this one back to the top! I've saved it to make very soon. Looks great!

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #42035 - 01/30/04 09:51 AM
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Mags:

Oh good!! I'm glad you liked it... I forgot about this one too I'll have to make it again soon.
Did you use balsamic or red wine vinegar?

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Aluminum and Altzheimer's new
      #42041 - 01/30/04 10:13 AM
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I'm always gunshy about using aluminum in my cooking and baking. They used to believe it contributed to Altzheimer's; I don't know if they still do, but I figure why take the chance?

Don's mom died of Altzheimer's. She used to always use aluminum ALL THE TIME, and she drank several beers (out of aluminum cans) every single day of her life -- Marie did love her beer! -- and I really got the connection. I just don't use aluminum ever.

Does it really make that much of a mess in the pan? Even if you spray it well with Pam first?

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Aluminum and Alzheimer's new
      #42062 - 01/30/04 11:36 AM
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Yes Bev they still make a connection with aluminum and Alzheimers, but your aluminum baking foil appears to be less of a contributor than other things. (If you are skitish why not use baking parchment?)

Please look at the following articles, especially the last one. Your tofu may of a bigger threat of adding aluminum to your system than the foil you line a pan with.

http://www.enn.com/news/2004-01-06/s_11747.asp

http://student.biology.arizona.edu/ad/exposure.html

http://www.vegsource.com/harris/brain_aging.htm



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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #42075 - 01/30/04 12:02 PM
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Quote:

Mags:

Oh good!! I'm glad you liked it... I forgot about this one too I'll have to make it again soon.
Did you use balsamic or red wine vinegar?




I used balsamic. I just had the leftovers for lunch - still good!

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Re: Aluminum and Altzheimer's new
      #42077 - 01/30/04 12:05 PM
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Quote:

Does it really make that much of a mess in the pan? Even if you spray it well with Pam first?




Bev, that was only my guess as to why it was in the recipe. You'd probably be fine without it!

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Re: For Shell or Mags new
      #42082 - 01/30/04 12:31 PM
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Quote:


1. Why line the baking pan with foil?





My first thought would be to keep the breadcrumbs from getting soggy and help form the crispy crust.

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Re: Aluminum and Altzheimer's new
      #42098 - 01/30/04 01:30 PM
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Thanks, Mags, you cutie-pie! Yeah, I don't do aluminum.

Say, BTW, Girlfriend, you've turned me into a scanning fool!

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #92476 - 07/23/04 06:24 AM
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This was excellent...I made this last night and it was great!!!

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #92507 - 07/23/04 08:17 AM
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Oh good... I'm so glad you liked it.... too bad Ben does not have teeth yet.... so he could try it too! hehehe

I saw your other post in the LR.... I'll be waiting for the pics!

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #92609 - 07/23/04 01:28 PM
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LOL - I hope he doesn't get teeth for alittle bit because that will mean he's not my baby anymore

I have been an emotional mess lately...he is growing out of clothes from when we brought him home from the hospital and fitting outfits that used to be so big and everytime I put them away or get out something new I am crying my eyes out LOL - I keep telling Don that we will look back and he will be graduating...he thinks I have lost it teehee..

I have sent Jen the email so hopefully the pictures will be up in the next week or so...I am sure she is very busy with the new job and all

How's things with the amazingly, wonderful duo (S&S) LOL???
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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #92623 - 07/23/04 02:40 PM
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Gosh...I have no idea about the emotions you are speaking of since I don't have any kids. They are still in the FUTURE for us....no plans right away. You should come over to the Vegas board so you can catch up on Shane & I

Can't wait to see those pics of Ben!

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #92873 - 07/25/04 06:53 AM
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Unfortunately, Vegas just isn't in our budget this year. I am on maternity leave and therefore only earning 1/2 my wage for one year. We can live on it, but we can't be taking any trips that's for sure LOL

Maybe the next one, I will be able to come! (Fingers crossed)

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #153709 - 02/24/05 12:06 PM
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I'm think I'm gonna make this tonight with the balsamic & try the crushed corn flakes in place of the bread crumbs since I already have them.....

And I'll try this for the side.... Basmati Rice with Onion and Ginger

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #153745 - 02/24/05 01:26 PM
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Does anyone happen to have a box of Kellogg's corn flakes CRUMBS? If so, could you tell me how many calories would be in 1/2 cup? I'm trying to make sure my calories are not too high for dinner and I need to go to the store on my lunch break.

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #153792 - 02/24/05 04:12 PM
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Hi Shell

1/2 cup corn flakes crumbs is:
104 calories
24g carbs
2g protein
0g fat



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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #153795 - 02/24/05 04:39 PM
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Thanks Laurel!!

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No problem! ... new
      #153802 - 02/24/05 05:16 PM
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Mine is no-name brand but I'm sure it's pretty much the same

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #153864 - 02/24/05 09:47 PM
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Quote:

I'm think I'm gonna make this tonight with the balsamic & try the crushed corn flakes in place of the bread crumbs since I already have them.....

And I'll try this for the side.... Basmati Rice with Onion and Ginger




This was SO good.... once I started cooking I realized that I did not have balsamic or red wine vinegar...so I used seasoned rice vinegar....it was really good...and the rice was a great compliment to the chicken as well...will make again for sure!

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Yum yum yum....shell u shud write a book....I LOVE all your recipes!! n/t new
      #154367 - 02/26/05 05:26 AM
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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #155391 - 03/01/05 12:48 PM
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I made this again last night but made a few changes.....



Quote:

Oven-Fried Honey Chicken
(2 servings easy to double)

1 tablespoon honey
1/2 teaspoons seasoned rice wine vinegar
2 tablespoons BBQ sauce
1/2 teaspoon chipotle powder
1/2 cup dried bread crumbs
1 teaspoon olive oil
2 (4-6oz.) fresh boneless, skinless chicken breasts, halves

Preheat oven to 375F.
In shallow bowl, whisk together honey, vinegar,bbq sauce, and chipotle . Pour bread crumbs into separated bowl. Set bowls aside. Spray cooking spray over foil-lined baking pan large enough to hold all chicken pieces in one layer. Roll chicken pieces in honey mixture, then in bread crumbs; place in pan, spray with cooking spray again (will help to make crispy) .

Bake for 30 minutes*, or until cooked thoroughly.

web page *NOTE: if you click on this link to the recipe and scroll down there is a box that you can manually change the serving size you need, it will do all the math for you

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken - Grilled... new
      #155717 - 03/02/05 08:17 AM
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Do you think you could grill the chicken instead of fry??

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken - Grilled... new
      #155748 - 03/02/05 08:47 AM
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Do you think you could grill the chicken instead of fry??




It's really not fried... it is baked in the oven , but it tastes like it could have been fried! No, grilling would not work because the coating would fall off...

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken - Grilled... new
      #155749 - 03/02/05 08:48 AM
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Ah - hence the oven-fried! That makes sense!! Cool - thanks x

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Shell Marr - OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #159210 - 03/10/05 11:01 AM
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Shell Marr -

I made this last week and it was DELICIOUS. I am going to make it again tonight for dinner (at the request of my boyfriend), but I just had one question. Last week it got kind of soggy on the bottom. Do you have any suggestions to prevent that?

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Re: Shell Marr - OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #159235 - 03/10/05 11:45 AM
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Shell Marr -

I made this last week and it was DELICIOUS. I am going to make it again tonight for dinner (at the request of my boyfriend), but I just had one question. Last week it got kind of soggy on the bottom. Do you have any suggestions to prevent that?




Mine does the same thing sometimes... I think the moisture of what you dip it in, stays trapped under there and then the crumbs just get soggy.... you could TRY this... put them on a rack sprayed with non-stick spray....no guarantees.... but it just might do the trick!! Let me know... heck, I might even try that myself tonight!! Glad the boyfriend asked for it...that is always a good sign!!

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Re: I think was have the makings of a new recipe goddess... -nt- new
      #159269 - 03/10/05 12:49 PM
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Re: Shell Marr - OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #159277 - 03/10/05 12:59 PM
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Thank you!
I don't know if I have a rack, but I will check. That might work!! I'll let you know how it turns out if I can find a rack.

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Re: Shell Marr - OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #159303 - 03/10/05 01:32 PM
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Thank you!
I don't know if I have a rack, but I will check. That might work!! I'll let you know how it turns out if I can find a rack.




Do you have one that you would cool cake or cookies on? Throw in on top of a cookie sheet and your good to go!!

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Re: I think was have the makings of a new recipe goddess... LOL Alicia -nt- new
      #159304 - 03/10/05 01:33 PM
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It's a bit of an inside joke here on the boards.... new
      #159516 - 03/11/05 05:02 AM
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At the very beginning of these boards, we had SharonMello who we nicknamed the recipe goddess because she had recipes coming out her ears. It's a compliment ... trust me!

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Re: Shell Marr - OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #159626 - 03/11/05 10:00 AM
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Quote:

Quote:

Shell Marr -

I made this last week and it was DELICIOUS. I am going to make it again tonight for dinner (at the request of my boyfriend), but I just had one question. Last week it got kind of soggy on the bottom. Do you have any suggestions to prevent that?




Mine does the same thing sometimes... I think the moisture of what you dip it in, stays trapped under there and then the crumbs just get soggy.... you could TRY this... put them on a rack sprayed with non-stick spray....no guarantees.... but it just might do the trick!! Let me know... heck, I might even try that myself tonight!! Glad the boyfriend asked for it...that is always a good sign!!




I tried the rack last night.... it made a little difference but not much....it was worth a shot!!

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Re: It's a bit of an inside joke here on the boards.... new
      #159627 - 03/11/05 10:00 AM
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At the very beginning of these boards, we had SharonMello who we nicknamed the recipe goddess because she had recipes coming out her ears. It's a compliment ... trust me!




Oh, ok.... I'll take that as a compliment then!

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Re: Shell Marr - OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #159635 - 03/11/05 10:47 AM
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Me too - not a huge difference. That's ok though - it still came out great!

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shell.. have you figured out the calories for this yet? -nt- new
      #159684 - 03/11/05 01:16 PM
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Re: shell.. have you figured out the calories for this yet? new
      #159690 - 03/11/05 01:22 PM
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shell.. have you figured out the calories for this yet?




Depends on WHAT ingrediants I use.... read the whole thread, then pick the combo that you would use and let me know... I add it all up for ya.

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Re: shell.. have you figured out the calories for this yet? new
      #159722 - 03/11/05 03:48 PM
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I would use everything in the orginial recipe except for the oil.. i'd use pam.

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Re: shell.. have you figured out the calories for this yet? new
      #159728 - 03/11/05 04:26 PM
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CALORIES (appox)
Oven-Fried Honey Chicken
(2 servings easy to double)

1 tablespoon & 1 teaspoon honey 85
2 teaspoons balsamic or red wine vinegar 5
1/2 cup dried bread crumbs 194
1 teaspoon olive oil 40 (if you use it)
2 (4-6oz.) fresh boneless, skinless chicken breasts, halves 4oz = 125 each x 2 = 250, 6oz = 187 each x 2 = 374

Add up the ingredients that YOU use, then divide by 2 (for this recipe), that will give you your calories per serving. Hope that helps


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thanks shell. -nt- new
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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #161906 - 03/18/05 12:30 PM
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I made this for dinner last night and it was wonderful. I used the original recipe with balsamic vinegar, except I used 1/2 cup of corn flake crumbs. I have a strange round rack with slits in it - I think it was meant to put jars on when you're sterilizing them before canning stuff - and I sprayed that with Pam, put it in a big CorningWare baking dish, and cooked the chicken on the rack. I cooked it for 45 minutes instead of 30 and turned it twice during cooking. The chicken was great and not at all soggy.

Thanks, Shell, great recipe!

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Suggestions on side dishes?-nt new
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Re: Suggestions on side dishes anyone? new
      #262305 - 05/08/06 12:13 PM
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I'm meal planning challenged!

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I've made this with.... new
      #262306 - 05/08/06 12:49 PM
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mashed potatoes and a veggie (usually beets - my husband hates them and I hate green beans, so I make both and we each get what we like! ). I've also made Heather's cornbread with this. Sweet potatoes would be good also.

Hope that helps get you started on ideas.

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I seem to be stuck... new
      #262310 - 05/08/06 12:53 PM
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...with just eating peas and green beans (how can anyone not like green beans )as my IF veggie. If I did carrots or beets I wouldn't have any IF. I didn't think that would good for a C person?

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Re: I seem to be stuck... new
      #262439 - 05/09/06 08:12 AM
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Hi Beth, Carrots and beets do have a subtancial amount of IF
in them. Just check out the fiber chart on the Northwestern
Med. School web site. Even by H's smushable rule,just try
smushing a raw carrot, not too easy. -Bob

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Re: I seem to be stuck... new
      #262442 - 05/09/06 08:29 AM
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How about smashed potatoes with the skin still on? Just boil up the potato and smash it up with some chicken broth and some ICBINB light. Also maybe some creamed spinach? Just boil up some frozen spinach, drain it, and mix in some safe soy or rice cheese. Add a little soy milk to thin it if you need to. Spinach has a ton of IF and should be tolerable alongside the potatoes or a roll.

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      #262513 - 05/09/06 11:26 AM
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...maybe I'll try some spinach. I tend to be afraid of that food. But, I need to do some more experimenting to get out of my rut.

Never had mashed potatoes with the skin....just bald.

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I don't really trust that fiber chart new
      #262515 - 05/09/06 11:29 AM
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...some of the foods' fiber content didn't look that accurate.

But thanks anyways. I just don't think of carrots as IF veggie since it's on the SF list.

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Re: Thanks Panda! new
      #262517 - 05/09/06 11:38 AM
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I tend to be afraid of that food.




As Dr. Phil always says, how's that workin' for ya? I know that you are very scared, but it seems like you recognize that you need to do things differently in order to feel better (for example, you always ask for suggestions), but then you're afraid to implement the suggestions. Why? Are you feeling so good right now that you don't want to mess it up? I'm pretty sure the answer to that one is no, right babe? So if you're already feeling like crap, you might as well pull out all the stops and try every new scary thing, like spinach, and blueberries, and potatoes with the skins on (and hypno ...). If what you're doing right now is not working, then you have no reason not to try something new -- especially because Heather has emphasized that Cs need to incorporate as much IF as humanly possible. So, be brave and give it a try. We're rooting for you!

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Re: I don't really trust that fiber chart new
      #262518 - 05/09/06 11:41 AM
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Now mind you, a bunch of the numbers on the chart are in the
wrong columns. Whoever did it formatted the chart wrong. I
haven't looked at it recently to see if they fixed it. H puts
anything that has SF in it on the SF list, many of the items
actually have more IF than SF. The NW chart has a 1/2 cup of
cooked carrots as 1.1 SF and 1.5 IF and the total should be
of course 2.6 g's not the 1.6 they have. -Bob

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I love when Dr. Phil says that! new
      #262522 - 05/09/06 12:12 PM
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I love it...but never had thought about that for myself! You're too smart. I picture a lot of cases going in your favor, smarty pants. Very logical reasoning! I see many cases going your way in the future.

I'm just afraid (there's that word again) that the new things will make me even worse than I am now. It could be true, ya know. I have always thought that you shouldn't try new things until you feel better so that you know what is making you feel bad. I have tried some new foods though. Like sushi and hummus. (both are super yummy). It's scary though.

I apologize to everyone, especially the moderators, for hijacking Poor Shell's recipe thread. Carry on everyone!

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Re: I seem to be stuck... new
      #268668 - 06/10/06 03:23 PM
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Quote:

How about smashed potatoes with the skin still on? Just boil up the potato and smash it up with some chicken broth and some ICBINB light. Also maybe some creamed spinach? Just boil up some frozen spinach, drain it, and mix in some safe soy or rice cheese. Add a little soy milk to thin it if you need to. Spinach has a ton of IF and should be tolerable alongside the potatoes or a roll.




Oh, dear, what's ICBINB light?? I didn't find it in the common abbreviations sticky and I just can't get my head wrapped around it. Is it like Imagine Cream of something? LOL Thanks!

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Re: Thanks Panda! new
      #268670 - 06/10/06 03:31 PM
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Oh, I'm so glad I'm not the only one who watches Dr. Phil. I don't watch him religiously, but I do watch him often. I love his "How's that workin for ya?"

I agree with Panda - I have the same problem. I ask for suggestions, ppl answer me, and then I go berserk with all these excuses. I have only a few reasons that are legit - i.e. lack of money/resources/transportation. The other excuses "I'm afraid to try." are up to me to change. I am not good at changing! *lol* I try to be flexible, but sometimes, I am afraid to try new things because what if I screw up? What if I ruin it? What if I get sicker? What if it just plain tastes bad or what if my bf hates it?

The best advice I read when I first found this site was to process IF as much as possible before it gets to my gut so that my body had less work to do. It's still hard to stay away from low-fat stuff, but again, it's something I have to just make myself try. I experiment with cooking times, and ingredients and since I'm a bad cook (*giggle*) I don't always come up with amazing foods. I eat skin-on potatoes rarely but I don't avoid them (I actually loved skin-on until the IBS showed up.) I like spinach, but am picky how I eat it. I can handle almost any veggie and fruit if I'm careful. Good luck trying new things! If you find something that works, let us know, I know I'd like to try more variety also, especially if it's quick, inexpensive, and easy variety, lol!

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Re: I love when Dr. Phil says that! new
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Heya Beth,

I totally empathize with you! Btw, I love hummus, but I noticed not too long ago, that it made my tummy get all pinched up. You'd think with the SF base of pita bread, and the fact that the chickpeas were all ground up IF - it should have helped. It's not like the hummus was fancy either or overdone with unsafe ingredients either (at least not that I could tell), it was seasoned with some garlic and some other spices that were mild. I crave hummus a lot but am afraid to eat it too much. Only tried sushi once - yellowtail tuna is my fave. Will probably try sushi again when I can afford to. At least you're trying, Beth, I think that's a good start.

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Re: I seem to be stuck... new
      #268674 - 06/10/06 03:43 PM
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Quote:

Hi Beth, Carrots and beets do have a subtancial amount of IF
in them. Just check out the fiber chart on the Northwestern
Med. School web site. Even by H's smushable rule,just try
smushing a raw carrot, not too easy. -Bob




*Rofl* That was great imagery Bob, trying to smush a raw carrot. And normally Heather's smushable rule works well for some things, but not all. How about using a meat mallet or sledgehammer to smush it? *giggle* But seriously, try grating the carrot if you're gonna eat it raw? That way you don't lose the nutrients in the skin, but you at least break up the IF better? Beets can probably also be grated? Ya know those salad bars at restaurants - they always seemed to have cold, grated beets. I wonder also, if juicing your veggies would help?? I keep wondering this myself, every time I see those Juicer commercials...

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken - Have any of you tried this? Reply asap if you can please. new
      #268676 - 06/10/06 03:48 PM
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I'm stumped, I'm looking for a recipe that is simple and inexpensive. My mom decided to throw me an impromtu bday party tomorrow and I'm in a time crunch. She wants me to find a recipe to cook for dinner that she can afford to do. My family has a hard time figuring out my IBS needs, even when I've told them hundreds of times, so she wants me to email her a recipe ASAp because tomorrow is the bdah celebration. Have any of you tried this chicken recipe? It sounds like it fits the bill. I just hope everyone likes it! I'm reading about everyone's side dish suggestions. If anyone has tried this oven-fried honey chicken I'd love to hear your opinions. I wish I had enough time to find something that doesn't heat up the house tho, lol, it's very hot here, in AZ! Thank you all!

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Re: Shell Marr - OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #268681 - 06/10/06 03:54 PM
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Quote:

Quote:

Thank you!
I don't know if I have a rack, but I will check. That might work!! I'll let you know how it turns out if I can find a rack.




Do you have one that you would cool cake or cookies on? Throw in on top of a cookie sheet and your good to go!!




I was just about to suggest using a baker's rack that you cook cookies on placed over a cookie sheet. Cool, thanks.

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken - Have any of you tried this? Reply asap if you can please. new
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Quote:

I'm stumped, I'm looking for a recipe that is simple and inexpensive. My mom decided to throw me an impromtu bday party tomorrow and I'm in a time crunch. She wants me to find a recipe to cook for dinner that she can afford to do. My family has a hard time figuring out my IBS needs, even when I've told them hundreds of times, so she wants me to email her a recipe ASAp because tomorrow is the bdah celebration. Have any of you tried this chicken recipe? It sounds like it fits the bill. I just hope everyone likes it! I'm reading about everyone's side dish suggestions. If anyone has tried this oven-fried honey chicken I'd love to hear your opinions. I wish I had enough time to find something that doesn't heat up the house tho, lol, it's very hot here, in AZ! Thank you all!




Yes, I'm replying to myself. I'm sorry all for jumping the gun - you had all posted replies about this recipe and I didn't even bother to scroll down. I was so frantic about other ppl's opinions I didn't even think. I'm sorry! It looks like a lot of you liked it. I'm going to try this. I'm going to have my mom try it rather, since she's the one making my bday dinner. I will suggest the baking rack idea and also I think white rice would taste good with this and I'll let my mom choose a veggie (I can usually tolerate almost any veggie, usually, lol) I just hope having her cook two oven recipes (desert and dinner) won't be too much of a hassle. Thanks again all!

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Re: I seem to be stuck... new
      #268710 - 06/10/06 07:14 PM
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ICBINB light = I can't Beleive It's Not Butter


Quote:

Quote:

How about smashed potatoes with the skin still on? Just boil up the potato and smash it up with some chicken broth and some ICBINB light. Also maybe some creamed spinach? Just boil up some frozen spinach, drain it, and mix in some safe soy or rice cheese. Add a little soy milk to thin it if you need to. Spinach has a ton of IF and should be tolerable alongside the potatoes or a roll.




Oh, dear, what's ICBINB light?? I didn't find it in the common abbreviations sticky and I just can't get my head wrapped around it. Is it like Imagine Cream of something? LOL Thanks!




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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #269117 - 06/13/06 08:53 AM
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Wow this sounds yummy, and you mean this is a totally safe recipe? You mean ibs safe food can actually taste good? there is more to life than just toast?? Wow my mind is totally blown, i love this site.. hahaha

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Re: OVEN-Fried Honey Chicken new
      #348662 - 08/01/09 03:20 PM
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Can you tell me how long I should cook if I use 4 pieces of chicken? About 2 lbs total.

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I usually do this with little chopped up bit s of chicken so I do them for fifteen minutes at 400 degrees. If your using full chicken breat then anything between 20 to 30 should be fine. Start with a shorter time then cut the chicken to check if it's cooked and put it back in the oven if it needs more time.

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