Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Whats For Dinner Next Week:Lemon Onion Chicken

Come on in, we are getting ready for the Community Tag Sale. We have an annual Community Tag Sale so it is a perfect opportunity to get organized and pass on a few things that we don't need any longer. I am just taking a few minutes to put my menu together so I can do my marketing and get ready for the sale.Don't forget to bring  your chili recipe over for the Texas Star Chili Cook Off.Texas Star Chili Cook Off
I am giving away cook books and we are having so much fun. You don't want to miss out...Oh wow we better get busy here!
 Feature Recipe on Tuesday
Lemon Onion Chicken
Saturday
Tag Sale Day
Brots on The Grill
with
German Toppings
Brownies and Blue Bell

Sunday
Slow Cooker
Rancheo Beans and Rice
Cole Slaw
Crusty Garlic Corn Bread
From My Cook Book
Miz Helen's Kitchen Table
Buttermilk Pie

Monday
Oven Baked
Bar B Que Beef Short Ribs
Left Over Rancheo Beans from Sunday
Hot Potato Salad
Garlic Bread
Left Over from Sunday
Buttermilk Pie



Tuesday
Feature Recipe
 Lemon Onion Chicken
Fresh Spinach Saute'
Buttered Fingerling Potatoes
Cheesy Herb Biscuits
Pumpkin Custard Cup

Wednesday
Spaghetti and Meatballs
With
Homemade Tomato Basil Sauce
Crusty French Bread for Dipping
Basil Cookies with Lemon Yogurt

Thursday
Baked Reuben Loaf
Tossed Green Salad
Fresh Pear and Apple Compote

Friday
Gone Fishing
(Hoping to Have)
 Pan Seared Catfish
Pan Fried Potatoes and Onions
Turnip Greens
Baked Hush Puppy Bread
Cherry Pie

Lemon Onion Chicken 
Prepare The Chicken
 Enjoy!


Lemon Onion Chicken
1 21/2 pound to 3 pound fryer chicken (I use free range)
2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 tablespoon dried thyme
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
2 large sprigs of rosemary or 1 1/2 tablespoons dried rosemary
2 medium size red onion sliced
4 medium size lemons
3 garlic pods minced
2 cups chicken broth
  • Wash the chicken inside and out. 
  •  Place one of the sliced onions and the minced garlic on the bottom of a dutch oven baking pan, squeeze the juice of 1 of the lemons over the onions, then place the chicken on top of the onions. 
  •  Squeeze the juice of the other 3 lemons over the chicken. Place 1 of the lemons in the cavity of the chicken and the other two around the chicken. 
  •  Cover the chicken with the olive oil, next season the chicken with salt, pepper, thyme, if you are using dried rosemary use it now.Next cover the chicken with the other red onion slices and top with the sprigs of rosemary if you are not using dried rosemary.
  •  Last pour the chicken broth very carefully around the edge of the baking pan, careful not to wash off the season from the chicken.
  •  Cover and bake at 425 degrees for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
 This is a wonderful baked chicken with great flavor. It makes its own rich sauce that can be thicken with a little corn starch if you like.
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I am so happy that you came by the cottage today, maybe you can stop by this week end for the Tag Sale. I will be selling my cook book, Miz Helen's Kitchen Table, Fresh Herbs, and many other items.
I hope you have a wonderful fall week end.
Peace and Joy
Miz Helen
This Post is Linked to:
Culinary Smackdown November 2010
Menu Plan Monday
Hunk of Meat Monday
Foodie Friday
Family Food Friday 

























20 comments:

  1. Great menu (as always!). I haven't made lemon chicken in ages, and we love it, so am going to give your recipe a try - I already like it better than the one I have been using.

    And I curious: what is the baked Reuben loaf? I'm guessing it's similar to a Reuben sandwich? (which we also all love).

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  2. Hi Laura,
    The recipe for the Baked Reuben Loaf is in my cook book, Miz Helen's Kitchen Table. It is a favorite in our family. It is different and is nestled in a wonderful yeast pastry, smells heavenly when it is baking and is great as a leftover. Hope you enjoy the chicken recipe.

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  3. Hi Miz Helen! I'm just stopping by looking for dinner ideas. So glad I did...your menu sounds great for next week. I'm adding the lemon onion chicken to mine! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Holly

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  4. All your recipes always sound so yummy and you seem like a sweetheart. I am passing the Happy 101 Blog award on to you. Have a great day!
    Katie
    http://notjustdecorating.blogspot.com/2010/10/happy-101-blog-award.html

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  5. Your orange and onion chicken sounds yum! Thanks for dropping by, happy weekend!

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  6. Lani,
    Welcome to The Cottage. I am so happy that you will be following along with us. I will look forward to seeing you here.

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  7. Thanks for stopping by my blog. You gave me the chance to visit yours. I love your chicken it would go perfectly with my potatoes.

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  8. Looks excellent! Love finding new ways for chicken. Thanks!

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  9. Stopping by from Hunk of Meat Mondays! Love this recipe...anything with Rosemary has my interest:)

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  10. Cris,
    Welcome to The Cottage. We are so happy to have you following along with us. I will look forward to seeing you here.

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  11. Yum! This chicken recipe sounds divine.
    Blog Hoppin' from Hunk of Meat Monday. :)

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  12. The chicken sounds delicious! I bet the flavor is amazing!

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  13. Sounds delicious with all those great aromatics!

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  14. That chicken sounds awesome. Makes my mouth water just looking at it!

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  15. Your menu looks so delicious!!!

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  16. Thanks for linking up to Hunk of Meat Monday. Your chicken looks fantastic. I can't wait to try it in my new pampered chef dutch baker.

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  17. Hopping over from Menu Plan Monday~ This chicken sounds yummy! Have you ever tried a modified version using skinless Chicken Breasts or Thighs? Might have to try something like... ;)

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  18. Hi Miz Helen, Your lemon onion chicken looks yummy! Thank you for submitting your entry for the challenge. Good luck!

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  19. Just found you from Roz' site. I'm now following along. I think I'll love your menu ideas.

    Carol

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Your visit has been very special. I look forward to your comments, they are like opening little gifts. Thank you for stopping by and hurry back!
Miz Helen

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