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    My fleishige oven broke and for the meantime I need to make supper on the stove. Chicken bottoms is the hardest because most of my recipes are for the oven. Any good recipes to make on the stove besides for 1. fried in breadcrumbs or 2. with ketchup or garlic?


    My daughter-in-law had the same problem recently. She made chicken in a pot with alot of duck sauce–came out delicious.


    BP girl- first of all- next time you do bake- try baking bottoms coated in mayonnaise and corn flake crumbs. Much healthier and delicious.

    I cook chicken a lot- line the pot with sliced onions, place chicken skin side down. Add water to cover chicken, spices.

    Cook 2 hrs.

    Another idea- if you have a good non stick teflon pot.

    Place chicken in the pot(leave the skin on)- skin side DOWN. Don’t add a thing. Put on tiny flame and let it cook in its own water. Add a tiny water as needed.

    Cook until it becomes browned and crispy.


    Put whole chicken directly on the burner.

    Turn flame to high, and cook until smoke alarm goes off.

    Open door for pizza delivery, and enjoy.


    sounds like good recipes, i just wanted to add, start the onions(lots)/garlic/chicken skin side down/spices with a drop of oil, and let it saute to get a heavenly color, scoop out some of the sauce and put aside, add water, turn chicken skin side up, and let it simmer for 2 hrs. Baste often with set aside sauce, put balance of sauce on the top of the chicken. If you want to make a whole supper, you can add rice or potatoes (small cubes) to the pot when you are adding the water, and you will have a yummy supper. Note: You can take the skin off, i am just using it as a frame of reference 🙂


    Omg- open a cookbook ppl! There is so much flavor out there.. dont limit urself to the same old stuff ur whole life!! (what if ur oven didnt break..)


    lemon chicken

    olive chicken

    onion chicken w raisins

    chicken cutlets r super easy on stovetop btw:

    fry w onions and tons of spices..

    chicken marsala

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕

    Open door for pizza delivery

    Make sure to order extra for the firemen.


    “a chicken in every pot” That president really had the right idea. Spice the chicken parts as you normally would or somewhat heavier, set them in small pot sort of standing on end with just a touch of water at the bottom. Cook on medium for about 30 minutes, turn them about half way through. It beats an hour in the oven and is less potential for mess. Not browned, but not soup chicken either.


    Thanks everyone!!!(besides pba;))


    Chicken Dinner Casserole

    1 cut up chicken

    salt and pepper

    1/4 cup oil

    1/2 cup chopped onions

    2 eight ounce cans of tomato sauce

    2 cups water

    1/4 teaspoon pepper

    1 teaspoon rice

    1 ten ounce package frozen peas

    sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper and brown in oil. add onions and saute.

    Stir in tomato sauce, water, salt, pepper, and rice. Bring to a boil and simmer 45 minutes. Add peas and continue to cook for another 15 minutes. delicious! enjoy!


    Chicken tops cubed

    1 can stewed tomatoes



    3 tablespoons olive oil

    green spices to taste

    Cover large skillet with olive oil. Put in other ingredients. Simmer till doen. Serve over spaghetti. I haven’t made it in a while so I forgot how long it takes.


    Chicken Cacciatore

    Fry your chicken parts, which have been peppered and salted, in olive oil, until brown on both sides. Set aside.

    In the same Dutch oven, add fresh olive oil, 3 big white onions, Italian seasonings, Red pepper flakes, 6-7 gloves garlic (chopped), 4-5 bell peppers (red, green, orange, yellow), sliced mushrooms (fresh, never canned), and season with salt and pepper. Also add a jar of Spanish olives with some brine.

    Let sweat for a few minutes, and then add 3 cans of crushed tomatoes, some white wine, and some chicken stock. Add the chicken parts back to the pot, and cover for 2 hours on low heat. After 2 hours, uncover, and let the tomatoes thicken. Cook 30-45 minutes on low with the heat uncovered, and if need be, raise the heat to let thicken.

    At the last 10 minutes of cooking, add a box of thawed frozen peas. Take off the flame, then add fresh chopped basil and Italian flat-leaf parsley, and let cool before eating.

    Serve with macaroni, spaghetti, noodles, or even mashed potatoes (made with chicken stock, pareve milk, and a lot of caramelized onions.) Also good with some good Italian bread.

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