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What other ways can I prepare my chicken other wise from frying and baking it.

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Coat chicken with vegetable oil. Brown, place in baking dish. Pour off all but 3 tablespoons vegetable oil and browned bits and cook green pepper, onion and garlic. Combine with remaining ingredients. Heat until chocolate is melted. Pour over chicken. Cover and bake at 350 degrees (moderate oven) for 45 minutes or until done...

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You can grill it

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Am not such a great cook lol
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Ya ^

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Ya wat!!!
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It means "yeah, what the person above me said."
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You can fry it :)

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Otherwise from fryin it lol
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You can bake it :)
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you can Broil it.

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Mmm thats new to me
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What's the desired end result? And are you starting with a whole bird or pieces? You can roast, poach, broil, grill.

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Whole bird
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Then I suggest roasting or stewing. Either way will produce a flavorful dish. Roast by placing in a roasting pan with celery, carrots, an onion. Pour maybe a half inch of water in the pan. Sprinkle with a little salt & pepper. Cover and roast at 350 for an hour. Check to see if done by poking with a fork, see if juices run clear. Also, the leg joint should move easily.
If you want to end up with an excellent broth for soup, place in stock pot with celery, carrots and onion cut into large chunks. Add some parsley sprigs, a few whole cloves & whole peppercorns, thyme sprigs. You can throw some of the leaves from the celery, even the brown dry skin from the onion. Bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer and skim off the foam that rises to the top. Let simmer for a couple of hours. Discard the cooked vegetables (all the nutrients will have been cooked out of them). Let cool some; remove meat from bones and save; discard bones. Strain the broth and save. Add more veggies cut up into bite size pieces or smaller, the meat cut up into smallish pieces, maybe some noodles. Simmer until the veggies or noodles are tender. Best chicken soup ever.
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Throw it in a crock pot with a can of rotel, then take a three hour nap.

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Saut it in a dry white wine.

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