Help with my chicken recipe? making tonight ASAP PLZ

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Help with my chicken recipe? making tonight ASAP PLZ

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probly eat with white rice not pasta..idk yet. leaving out chili paste and salsa NOT for this tummy..I also need to leave out red whine vinegar upsets me. the rest might be ok lets hope somethin isn't a problem.

I also have some shake N bake origional and Kentucky Kernel seoned Flour...I can't have ranch and shake n bake says u need it to coat chicken then regrigerate 30 mins then coat chicken..Kentucky kernel says place chicken in heavily greased shallow pan,skillet,or pyrex baking dish..I can't do that either I can use a little earth balance..
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Alicia Alicia
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probly eat with white rice not pasta..idk yet. leaving out chili paste and salsa NOT for this tummy..I also need to leave out red whine vinegar upsets me. the rest might be ok lets hope somethin isn't a problem.

I also have ...
I am confused what you mean about can't have ranch in relation to shake and bake. Is it ranch shake and bake?

I'm not sure about the recipe since you don't want to add most of what it has in it, seems like it might be better to just find a new recipe since so much of the recipe you can't eat It would be chicken broth, tomato paste and herbs. I'm not sure how that would come out without the salsa or chili paste and the red wine vinegar to balance it all out. Do you have just some mrs dash or anything? You could just bake the chicken with some of that rubbed on..or even just some salt and pepper and put it over rice. Maybe some lemon on top?
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kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Alicia
I am confused what you mean about can't have ranch in relation to shake and bake. Is it ranch shake and bake?

I'm not sure about the recipe since you don't want to add most of what it has in it, seems like it might be better to ...
thanks for helping no its not ranch shake and bake..its the origional box but it says u need the ranch to make it in the directions..I have lemons but I'm afraid I need to avoid those at this point atlso..CHILIPEPER ARE U ONLINE? maybe she knows..thats for your help though I appreciate it..maybe I helped answer your questions..

I have olive oil I could use some of that but for wat? coating the chicken does olive oil do ok in the oven..do i replace water with the vinegar or a little olive oil or earth balance dairy substitute?
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Kindred Kindred
If I understand, it sounds like you need something to coat the chicken so that the Shake and Bake sticks, but also provides moisture. You can't use Ranch dressing, so how about just a little butter? Or perhaps something like plain yogurt or sour cream?
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kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Kindred
If I understand, it sounds like you need something to coat the chicken so that the Shake and Bake sticks, but also provides moisture. You can't use Ranch dressing, so how about just a little butter? Or perhaps something like plain yogurt or ...
no yogurt or sour creame seveere ibs super sensitive to foods..how about a little earth balance its a dairy substitute..but I can't use much its high in fat..
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Alicia Alicia
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
thanks for helping no its not ranch shake and bake..its the origional box but it says u need the ranch to make it in the directions..I have lemons but I'm afraid I need to avoid those at this point atlso..CHILIPEPER ARE U ONLINE? maybe she ...
Olive oil does fine in the oven and would coat the chicken. I'm just not so sure how the tomato paste will taste on its own without something else to balance it. I think that olive oil with the seasonings would taste good though, nice and simple and would probably go nice with rice.

For the shake and bake you can also just moisten them with water and then shake them. You don't have to use ranch. I've seen that on the pack where it gives the recipe idea but you can also just use water on it.
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kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Alicia
Olive oil does fine in the oven and would coat the chicken. I'm just not so sure how the tomato paste will taste on its own without something else to balance it. I think that olive oil with the seasonings would taste good though, nice and ...
idk if I should use the shake N bake with this recipe..probly save it for next week...how about I use some olive oil in place of the vinegar?
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Kindred Kindred
It might work, I'm not familiar with Earth Balance. You wouldn't need much, just enough so that the Shake and Bake can stick better to the chicken and provide some moisture so that it's not just a dry coating. One thing you should check is that Earth Balance can be used for cooking. Some substitute products break down in heat and won't taste good.

And if you do use it and the coating looks dry after some cooking, you could try covering the chicken with foil. This will trap the moisture from the chicken as it cooks and help moisten the coating. You can take the foil off towards the end if you want tit to crisp up.
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Kindred Kindred
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idk if I should use the shake N bake with this recipe..probly save it for next week...how about I use some olive oil in place of the vinegar?
You can use olive oil, but it really won't replace the vinegar. The vinegar provides flavor and acidity to the dish. Can you tolerate wine? A little cooking wine would be a milder substitute for vinegar.
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kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Kindred
It might work, I'm not familiar with Earth Balance. You wouldn't need much, just enough so that the Shake and Bake can stick better to the chicken and provide some moisture so that it's not just a dry coating. One thing you should check ...
thanks I re read the recipe it really is a stove top recipe now the issue is what to substitute for the vinegar I can't have vinegar should I add more water and dairy sub? maybe olive oil..u see that it says use 1/4 cup tomato paste..wat if I just used tomato sauce I have both though...
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Alicia Alicia
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
thanks I re read the recipe it really is a stove top recipe now the issue is what to substitute for the vinegar I can't have vinegar should I add more water and dairy sub? maybe olive oil..u see that it says use 1/4 cup tomato paste..wat if I ...
I think olive oil would go ok with the tomato sauce. Then add a little seasoning and it should come out ok. The olive oil won't replace vinegar..they're kind of opposites..but it'll taste good with some tomato sauce, like an italian dish.
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kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Kindred
You can use olive oil, but it really won't replace the vinegar. The vinegar provides flavor and acidity to the dish. Can you tolerate wine? A little cooking wine would be a milder substitute for vinegar.
no I can't..also no way to the store anyway and I'm pretty sick today I'll drag myself to make this..I haven' eaten much for a few days I will eat a few bites and save it for tommorow..I never buy alcohol I never drink it nor do I wish to be temped lol
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DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
This forum might be more helpful given your severe dietary restrictions and recent queries about cooking. Best of luck.
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Kindred Kindred
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no I can't..also no way to the store anyway and I'm pretty sick today I'll drag myself to make this..I haven' eaten much for a few days I will eat a few bites and save it for tommorow..I never buy alcohol I never drink it nor do I ...
The alcohol cooks out so you only have the flavor.

However, I would do as Alicia suggests, just skip the vinegar and add a little olive oil if you like. If your stomach is sensitive to acid, I would not substitute tomato sauce, it can be acidic as well. Tomato paste is sweeter and less acidic I think. Add some herbs for additional flavor if you like and can tolerate it. Basil typically goes well with tomato based sauces. Hope you feel better.
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kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by Kindred
The alcohol cooks out so you only have the flavor.

However, I would do as Alicia suggests, just skip the vinegar and add a little olive oil if you like. If your stomach is sensitive to acid, I would not substitute tomato sauce, it can be ...
will do the paste and lets see wat happends lol..ok but I still won't buy alcohol lol I will want to taste it lol I'm 22 I had 1 drink on my 21 birthday thats it..hey I need to go take a hot bath then I will try this out THANKS EVERYONE
09/09/2010
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
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Originally posted by kinky girlfriend
will do the paste and lets see wat happends lol..ok but I still won't buy alcohol lol I will want to taste it lol I'm 22 I had 1 drink on my 21 birthday thats it..hey I need to go take a hot bath then I will try this out THANKS EVERYONE
well I'm no cook and I didn't measure anything but it tastes good to me better than plain crackers or plain meat all week.

probly a bad thing the gas started right after I ate this..maybe avoid all tomatoes.
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