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COUNTRY CHICKEN WITH CREAMY GRAVY

Category:    Chicken
Yield: 6 servings
 
    3/4 c  Whole grain cornflakes,           1/4 ts Pepper
           -crushed                            2 tb Evaporated skimmed milk
    1/2 ts Paprika                             4 oz Skinned, boned chicken
    1/2 ts Poultry seasoning                        -breast
    1/4 ts Dried whole thyme              
 
  Place creal and seasonings in shallow dish, stirring well to combine. Pour
  milk into shallow bowl.  Dip chicken in milk; dredge in cereal mixture.
  Place coated chicken breasts in baking dish with thickest portions toward
  the outside of the dish. Cover with waxed paper and microwave at high power
  for 12 minutes, or until chicken is done.  Rotate dish 1/2 turn every 4
  minutes.  Chicken may also be baked in oven, preheated to 350 degrees. Cook
  for 20-30 minutes, or until fork plunged into thickest part of breast
  produces clear juices.
  
  COUNTRY CREAM GRAVY
  
  1  Tbs margarine 1 Tbs all purpose flour 1/2 cup evaporated skimmed milk
  1/4  cup chicken stock (homemade is best, or use undiluted, canned chicken
  broth 1 tsp dry sherry 1/4 tsp ground WHITE pepper 2 Tbs chopped fresh
  chives.
  
  To make gravy, place margarine in a 4 cup glass measure and microwave at
  hight for 30 seconds or until melted. Add flour, stir until smooth.
  Gradually add milk, broth and sherry; stir until smooth. Microwave at high
  for 3-5 minutes, stirring once. Stir in pepper and chives. Margarine can
  also be melted in saucepan on stove. Add flour and stir over medium flame
  until margarine is bubbling and smooth. Gradually add milk, broth and
  sherry, stirring until smooth and thick. Add pepper and chives. Serve at
  once.  NOTE:  I felt the gravy was sort of bland tasting, so I added it to
  the pan in which I had cooked the chicken. It picked up the flavor from the
  drippings, as well as a little carmel color. It looked and tasted better
  than the original recipe. However, since my husband is a GRAVY FREAK, I
  made double recipe of the gravy. He saved the left overs and ate it later,
  for breakfast, on biscuits.  His idea, not mine.
 

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