|Mr. Food Cooks Chicken|
|by Art Ginsburg|
Delicious, rich in protein, and low in fat, chicken has become one of the most-served foods in our health-conscious society.
Results 31 - 40 of 49 for cantonese chicken
Saute shrimp 1 ... 1 minute. Blend pepper, soy sauce, chicken broth and cornstarch. Stir into vegetable mixture until thick. Serve over rice. 6 servings.
Preheat oven to ... salt, pepper and chicken stock. Pour over ... after 45 minutes and baste with sauce several times. Cut into single ribs before serving.
Cook onions and ... boiling water and chicken stock base. If ... servings. EDITOR'S NOTE: Uncooked shrimp can be used; cook them with the onions and garlic.
Brown pork cubes. Combine 1 1/2 cups liquid, soy sauce and soup mix. Stir into pork, cover and cook over low heat about 30 minutes or until pork is ...
In a large saucepan cook celery, carrots, and onion in butter, covered, about 5 minutes or until tender. Add undrained pineapple, bouillon granules, ...
While rice is ... Cover and cook for 1 minute. Blend peppers, soy sauce, chicken broth and cornstarch until sauce has thickened for 2 minutes. Serve on rice.
While rice is ... pepper, soy sauce, chicken broth, and cornstarch. ... clear and thickened, about 2 minutes. Serve over bed of hot rice. Makes 6 servings.
Spray nonstick skillet with cooking spray. Add oil and heat. Add garlic and cook briefly, stirring until softened. Do not brown. Add shrimp; cook and ...
Put half of the noodles in a 9"x13" pan, buttered. Mix next 8 ingredients and pour over noodles. Sprinkle rest of noodles on top. Bake 1 hour or so ...
Combine soups and milk. Mix well. Add chicken, celery, onions, ... cover for last 20 minutes. This is a great way to use leftover cooked chicken or turkey.
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