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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Belleau Kitchen's Chicken


The weather was gorgeous yesterday.  I had all my doors and windows opened wide and a cool breeze was blowing  throughout the house.  It was one of those summer days when you can actually use the oven and not heat up the entire house..
Dom at Belleau Kitchen, Chicken Risotto dish was delicious. The dish is simple to assemble and the ingredients readily available at the market.  Chicken thigh, chicken drumsticks, onions, carrots,  mushrooms, peas,  wine and vegetable stock.
It smelled so good while it was baking, I was asked several times if supper was almost ready.











Click on Dom's name (above) for the recipe to this tasty dish.  You will be very pleased you did. Thank you Dom we loved it!


24 comments:

  1. Very nice looking dish. I bet it was good. I am so happy you are having nice pleasant days.

    I hope you get to hear the sound of chicken feet in the grass too, it is the nicest sound.
    I hope your week stays really nice.

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  2. Looks yummy !
    It has been cool here as well, the mornings have been fall like cool and fresh my windows are open day and night now its wonderful ! Have a great day !

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  3. MMMMM-this does look delish! I love one dish meals. One question--I don't "do" wine (LOL) and was wondering what type of wine you used?

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  4. Yum, that looks really delicious! I love anything with chicken in it and tend to make most of our meals with that instead of red meat. Add in vegies, and it is a winner (in my book anyway, I guess the kids think differently). I am always looking for new dishes to make so know for sure that I will be giving this one a try soon. thanks for sharing. ~Debby

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  5. Looks so yummy! Love the vibrant green of the peas. Looks like a good early autumn dish. We are looking forward to some cooler days when we can start using the oven more. Bonnie

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  6. Everything is a go on this one. Yum-0. But, I just might have to skip the peas for Mr. Scoots. His mother made him sit till midnight as a kid till the last "Canned" one was off his plate. He can find one now in a can of soup and push it away. Me, I adore them. Thanks for another great idea and recipe.

    kate

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  7. Ok, now I REALLY need to try this dish. It looks amazing!

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  8. Yesterday was one of the prettiest days I can remember. I must have taken my dogs out for 4 or 5 walks! This dish does look great, and the idea of a baked risotto sounds right up my alley. I'd rather be outside in weather like this than over the stove.

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  9. wow... it looks even better than when I make it!... how fabulous and what a wonderful tribute... I feel truly humbled that my chicken dish has made it across the 'pond'... it's a very successful dish this one and its because it is so damn good!... enjoy the sunshine!... much love x

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  10. Lucky you with some decent weather!!

    I REALLY have to try this dish soon - I reckon it will be very handy as an "after school" dinner - all in one dish, tasty and good looking!

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  11. I could almost smell it at my home! Looks so delicious! We had hamburgers! LOL!!! Wish I had what you had! Mmmmm...

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  12. This looks like a wonderful chicken recipe ..a complete meal in one pan!

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  13. This is the first time I have visited your blog - and I was momentarily confused, and then delighted, to see that you had featured Dom's chicken dish from Belleau. He lives so close by that I can smell when he puts the coffee pot on! I'll be sure to drop by your blog again, it is inspirational and beautiful.

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  14. omg! that dish looks so heavenly! thank you for sharing this with us:)

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  15. Yes! Another satisfied customer! Your version of Dom's dish is just beautiful and I know how great it tastes!

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  16. I bet that tastes delicious! I love chicken,there are so many different ways of cooking it.
    I hope you all stay safe,it must be really frightening.Only known one hurricane here,and that was in 1987! :0)

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  17. I just read through your last several posts and your photographs really stand out as amazing. I can tell this is a part of it that you really love. The tomato, eggplant and mozzarella stacks looks amazing. What a great job you do!

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  18. Looks delicious. I always like the combination of peas and mushrooms together. One dish meals are so easy. Your breeze sounds delightful. Hope you stay safe from Irene.
    Sam

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  19. That does look yummy! Though it's too hot for meat, in my opinion. ;)

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  20. This looks really good as does the lemon brownies. I will have to make them for sure.

    Lana

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  21. Of course I printed this one out; our kind of food and a perfect one pot meal. Love it; thank you for sharing this one.
    Rita

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  22. It looks and sounds so delicious, Susan. I will give this one a try.. thanks!

    hugs,
    Pam

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