|Bread Baking: An Artisan's Perspective|
|by Daniel T. DiMuzio|
A guide to making artisan breads practically and profitably, Bread Baking: An Artisan's Perspective includes step-by-step instructions on mixing, ...
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Melt butter in ... mixture thickens. Dip chicken in butter mixture, ... in low pan. Bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes. Serve with Madeira sauce (optional).
Melt butter over ... Mix together. Dip chicken breasts in marinade. Then dip ... cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees ... part Dijon to 2 parts mayonnaise.)
Melt butter in ... and thickened. Toss marinade and chicken together in bag ... of 7 hours. Bake in an already ... for a minimum of 12 minutes. Serves 4.
1 3/4 c. dry bread crumbs 1/4 c. melted butter Combine marinade and stir. Put chicken in pan. Pour ... butter over all. Bake at 350 degrees ... juices make good gravy.
Place skinned chicken in large container. Combine all ingredients under "marinade." Pour evenly ... desired. Sprinkle dry bread crumbs or oven ... side turned in. Bake at 350 degrees ... to give browner chicken.
Combine Marinade ingredients and pour over chicken. Marinate overnight or until ready to bake next day. Remove ... and roll in bread crumbs. Place in ... until chicken is tender.
Marinate chicken in above marinade at least 2 ... rolling in the bread crumbs and cheese ... butter before baking. 375 degrees, 30 minutes. Serves 10-12.
If necessary, remove and discard chicken skins, cut into ... (Make amount of marinade according to how ... individual pieces in bread crumbs. Bake covered with foil. ... on lightly greased pan.
Pound chicken breast between 2 ... bag and pour marinade over breasts, remove ... coat chicken with bread crumbs. Place on ... with Pam, and bake for 20 to ... When chicken is baked, place on ... sauce over and serve.
Or if using ... six pieces. Marinate chicken breasts for at ... them in the marinade. When you are ready to bake them pour off ... Do not puncture pastry.
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