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  1. #1
    Susan Guest

    Default RECIPE: chicken scarpariello

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    This is right off of Ann Burrell's show, and it was fabulous.

    But for two of us, I'd cut it in half, it makes a LOT.

    And, I am NEVER making it on the stovetop again, I hate frying/browning
    in oil, the mess, the smell, etc. In the future, I'll brown stuff in
    the oven, then deglaze on the stove top.

    This can also be made with sweet peppers, but we like spice. I did
    remove the seeds completely, so it had plenty of kick, but no pain.

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...ipe/index.html

    Had it with baby broccolini tossed in the sauce from the chicken dish, too.

    Susan

  2. #2
    Peppermint Patootie Guest

    Default Re: RECIPE: chicken scarpariello

    In article <[email protected]>, Susan <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > x-no-archive: yes
    >
    > This is right off of Ann Burrell's show, and it was fabulous.
    >
    > But for two of us, I'd cut it in half, it makes a LOT.
    >
    > And, I am NEVER making it on the stovetop again, I hate frying/browning
    > in oil, the mess, the smell, etc. In the future, I'll brown stuff in
    > the oven, then deglaze on the stove top.
    >
    > This can also be made with sweet peppers, but we like spice. I did
    > remove the seeds completely, so it had plenty of kick, but no pain.
    >
    > http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...lo-recipe/inde
    > x.html
    >
    > Had it with baby broccolini tossed in the sauce from the chicken dish, too.
    >
    > Susan


    Looks yummy, but seeing as how it's made with two ingredients I don't
    consume (wine and hot peppers), I think any modifications I'd make would
    turn it into another recipe, so I think I'll make my unnamed chicken
    dish instead.

    Hmmm... maybe I called it Chicken Provencal once upon a time? Anyway:

    Brown chicken pieces in olive oil.
    Remove.
    Toss a good amount of sliced onion into the hot pan.
    Reduce the heat a bit.
    Saute onions until they've begun carmelizing.
    Toss in a few cloves of garlic, smashed and minced.
    Splash in a little (2 teaspoons?) good red wine vinegar (to add a little
    bite that would have come from wine if I could use it).
    Toss in a nice amount of fresh rosemary, a few tablespoons of capers,
    and a handful of kalamata olives or green olives if you don't have good
    black olives.
    Return chicken to pan.
    Pour a 14 oz can of good chopped tomatoes (Muir Glen or the like) over
    the top.
    Cover and simmer low until the chicken is done.
    Salt and FGBP to taste.

    I'd serve it in a soup plate with some dark green veg that can stand up
    to a flavorful dish -- broccoli? kale? zucchini? -- on its own dish. Or
    a salad. And I'd have a tall glass of cold seltzer with it.

    If I were eating with someone with a normal metabolism, I'd provide a
    hot baguette so they could dunk chunks of bread in the juices. And I'd
    probably sneak a small slice myself.

    PP

  3. #3
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: RECIPE: chicken scarpariello

    Peppermint Patootie <[email protected]> wrote:
    : In article <[email protected]>, Susan <[email protected]>
    : wrote:

    : > x-no-archive: yes
    : >
    : > This is right off of Ann Burrell's show, and it was fabulous.
    : >
    : > But for two of us, I'd cut it in half, it makes a LOT.
    : >
    : > And, I am NEVER making it on the stovetop again, I hate frying/browning
    : > in oil, the mess, the smell, etc. In the future, I'll brown stuff in
    : > the oven, then deglaze on the stove top.
    : >
    : > This can also be made with sweet peppers, but we like spice. I did
    : > remove the seeds completely, so it had plenty of kick, but no pain.
    : >
    : > http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/a...lo-recipe/inde
    : > x.html
    : >
    : > Had it with baby broccolini tossed in the sauce from the chicken dish, too.
    : >
    : > Susan

    : Looks yummy, but seeing as how it's made with two ingredients I don't
    : consume (wine and hot peppers), I think any modifications I'd make would
    : turn it into another recipe, so I think I'll make my unnamed chicken
    : dish instead.

    : Hmmm... maybe I called it Chicken Provencal once upon a time? Anyway:

    : Brown chicken pieces in olive oil.
    : Remove.
    : Toss a good amount of sliced onion into the hot pan.
    : Reduce the heat a bit.
    : Saute onions until they've begun carmelizing.
    : Toss in a few cloves of garlic, smashed and minced.
    : Splash in a little (2 teaspoons?) good red wine vinegar (to add a little
    : bite that would have come from wine if I could use it).
    : Toss in a nice amount of fresh rosemary, a few tablespoons of capers,
    : and a handful of kalamata olives or green olives if you don't have good
    : black olives.
    : Return chicken to pan.
    : Pour a 14 oz can of good chopped tomatoes (Muir Glen or the like) over
    : the top.
    : Cover and simmer low until the chicken is done.
    : Salt and FGBP to taste.

    : I'd serve it in a soup plate with some dark green veg that can stand up
    : to a flavorful dish -- broccoli? kale? zucchini? -- on its own dish. Or
    : a salad. And I'd have a tall glass of cold seltzer with it.

    : If I were eating with someone with a normal metabolism, I'd provide a
    : hot baguette so they could dunk chunks of bread in the juices. And I'd
    : probably sneak a small slice myself.

    : PP

    that looks good, Pris. How about chucking in a can or box of frozen
    artichoke hearts neat the end to increase the vegetable content and add a
    different flavor once in a while.

    My basic chicken I call lemon chicken, but it is a kind of baked or roast
    pieces. Put skin on, bone in pieces in an oven-proof baking pan, fairly
    close togehter. squeeeze the juice of one whole lemon per chicken add,
    top and bottom, salt, pepper, sliced onion(under the skin) then get
    creative. add garlic power or granulated or finely minced fresh garlic,
    hebs of your coice(thyme and oregono are always good). Lately I have been
    adding some fairly mild curry powder, rubbed inon top and bottom and under
    skin or some Hawajj, a Yeminite spice my daughter brings me from Israel.
    If you like yu can put the grated yellow partof the lemon rind(microplane
    works great). Put in a 425F oven and roast,bake, whatever you call it
    UNCOVERED for between 25 and 45 mins depending on the size of yoru chicken
    quarters. Serve wit the pan juices or defat and add water orl left over
    wine for a gravy(unthickened). I don't bother with oil, as the chicken
    renders off enough fat. I have made up to 4 chicken in one huge pan for a
    crowd.

    Wendy



  4. #4
    Susan Guest

    Default Re: RECIPE: chicken scarpariello

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    On 3/31/2012 4:54 PM, Peppermint Patootie wrote:

    > Looks yummy, but seeing as how it's made with two ingredients I don't
    > consume (wine and hot peppers), I think any modifications I'd make would
    > turn it into another recipe, so I think I'll make my unnamed chicken
    > dish instead.


    Is there some sort of typical sub one can use for white wine??? Found
    this page with some good suggestions, if you'd like to try it. I'm
    thinking that increasing the stock and adding extra vinegar from the
    peppers might do it, plus a touch of sweetening.

    http://homecooking.about.com/library...blalcohol6.htm




    >
    > Hmmm... maybe I called it Chicken Provencal once upon a time? Anyway:
    >
    > Brown chicken pieces in olive oil.
    > Remove.
    > Toss a good amount of sliced onion into the hot pan.
    > Reduce the heat a bit.
    > Saute onions until they've begun carmelizing.
    > Toss in a few cloves of garlic, smashed and minced.
    > Splash in a little (2 teaspoons?) good red wine vinegar (to add a little
    > bite that would have come from wine if I could use it).
    > Toss in a nice amount of fresh rosemary, a few tablespoons of capers,
    > and a handful of kalamata olives or green olives if you don't have good
    > black olives.
    > Return chicken to pan.
    > Pour a 14 oz can of good chopped tomatoes (Muir Glen or the like) over
    > the top.
    > Cover and simmer low until the chicken is done.
    > Salt and FGBP to taste.
    >
    > I'd serve it in a soup plate with some dark green veg that can stand up
    > to a flavorful dish -- broccoli? kale? zucchini? -- on its own dish. Or
    > a salad. And I'd have a tall glass of cold seltzer with it.
    >
    > If I were eating with someone with a normal metabolism, I'd provide a
    > hot baguette so they could dunk chunks of bread in the juices. And I'd
    > probably sneak a small slice myself.


    That sounds VERY good, too! We each snuck off and drank the juices from
    the chicken dish... actually, best thing to do with this dish is to let
    it sit overnight... huge impact on the depth of flavors the next day.

    Susan

  5. #5
    Susan Guest

    Default Re: RECIPE: chicken scarpariello

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    P.S. I halved the recipe and made it again today, but I could not stand
    the greasy spatter from stove top last time... I heated the oven to 475,
    heated a large pan with olive oil, and it beautifully browned the
    sausage pieces in about 10 minutes, turning them once, and then the
    chicken pieces, taking a bit longer. I had to turn it down when the
    smoke alarm kept going off, to 450, and open windows and turn on the
    vent fan. But at least my kitchen is clean and I don't have to scrub
    every inch of it.

    Next time, I may do the browning out on the grill. This is a great make
    ahead dish, so I think it's my next company dinner, but will have to use
    sweet peppers for Tom's family.

    Susan




  6. #6
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: RECIPE: chicken scarpariello

    Susan <[email protected]> wrote:
    : x-no-archive: yes

    : P.S. I halved the recipe and made it again today, but I could not stand
    : the greasy spatter from stove top last time... I heated the oven to 475,
    : heated a large pan with olive oil, and it beautifully browned the
    : sausage pieces in about 10 minutes, turning them once, and then the
    : chicken pieces, taking a bit longer. I had to turn it down when the
    : smoke alarm kept going off, to 450, and open windows and turn on the
    : vent fan. But at least my kitchen is clean and I don't have to scrub
    : every inch of it.

    : Next time, I may do the browning out on the grill. This is a great make
    : ahead dish, so I think it's my next company dinner, but will have to use
    : sweet peppers for Tom's family.

    : Susan

    I guess now you will have t cleanthe greasy oven:-) I assume you have a
    self-cleaner. i alwasy do that job at night so the stink is not smelled
    and has dissapated by the morning.

    Wendy




  7. #7
    Susan Guest

    Default Re: RECIPE: chicken scarpariello

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    On 3/31/2012 7:00 PM, W. Baker wrote:

    > I guess now you will have t cleanthe greasy oven:-)


    That's the beauty of it; SELF CLEANING. :-) But I hate that smell and
    it's too cool for windows open. Next time I seriously may do it in a
    large pan on the grill. At least with the oven, I can close the door
    and not have to scrub from the tops of the cabinets, all around and down
    to the floor. I had to take off all the burner covers, knobs, oven
    handle, EVERYTHING was grease spattered and I was NOT a happy cook.
    Tonight, it was inconvenient waving a towel under the smoke alarm, but
    not dirty. :-)

    > I assume you have a
    > self-cleaner. i alwasy do that job at night so the stink is not smelled
    > and has dissapated by the morning.


    That stink rises through the house and assails us as we sleep... I think
    it's going to be warmer this week and I can do it another day.

    Just ate; it was YUM... I bet you could do it with chicken or turkey
    fennel sausage.

    Susan

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