a twist on the usual chicken version. these freeze well without the gravy. a twist on the usual chicken version.**edited on october 24 to add instructions for once a month cooking(see step 11) i usually make these during a cooking blitz and freeze them without the gravy until i need them**
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this is a nice and simple recipe, the most time consuming thing is preparing the apples. the topping is nice and crunchy. different fruits, such as dried cranberries, raisins, rhubarb or any type of berry could be added for a unique taste.
this is such an easy bread to make just mix and bake, no need for any kneading, shape into one large or a few small loaves or drop the dough from a heaping tablespoonful onto baking sheet for biscuits --- to save time i prepare a couple of loaves early in
found this in good housekeeping magazine, may, 2006. from lindell hughes of neosho, missouri. she made this as a young girl for a 4-h competition and her recipe eventually won a prize at the state fair. it is made in a 13" x 9" glass or ceramic baking
i got this recipe from a friend while stationed in wa state. it was one of my favorites for a while - but can be a little more work than some of our more modern oven fried chicken recipes. it is definitely yummy! i've used the same method on pork chops
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