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Unread 03-10-2009, 11:42 AM   #1
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Default Huge Breasts! What do I do with them?

I p/u these massive breasts at our local IGA on sale for $1.99/lb. Look how big they are...1.25 lb. each! These things are huge!
Was hoping to get a few fun suggestions about how to cook/prepare these monsters. They're real thick too.
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That musta been one huge chicken. I am glad they got that sucker before it got one of us.

I don't have much luck with grilled chicken breasts so I am all eyes here.
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I'll wait until this one goes to woodpile.
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I was seriously looking for some suggestions on how to cook/prepare these things.
They're so big that most stuff we do with chicken breasts might be tough. Or, if there's something unique I mihgt be able to do with these because they're soo thick and big.
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I'd brine them first, for sure!
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Cut them into strips, dredge them in self rising flour, then in buttermilk, then in the flour again. Fry until golden brown. Serve with mashed potatoes & gravy, macaroni & cheese and cornbread. At least that's what I would do.
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Turn them into cutlets and then make some great chicken parm.
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Cut them into strips, dredge them in self rising flour, then in buttermilk, then in the flour again. Fry until golden brown. Serve with mashed potatoes & gravy, macaroni & cheese and cornbread. At least that's what I would do.
That was what I was going to suggest.

Ive taken breast and cut them into strips.
Coat them with oil and rolled them in bread crumbs and 20 minutes in a 350 degree oven on a cookie sheet.
My kids devoured them in minutes.
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Cut them into strips, dredge them in self rising flour, then in buttermilk, then in the flour again. Fry until golden brown. Serve with mashed potatoes & gravy, macaroni & cheese and cornbread. At least that's what I would do.
Did this exact thing Sunday night.

Or I use them other times for kabobs or chicken chili.

I get these all the time, and are too big for me to get the middle done, without drying out the outside (on the grill or smoker)

They can be baked whole or fried, but I prefer strips like Crue suggests.

I've also halved them and done the Shake/Bake thing on a swim night. Will feed 4 people

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I think I would rub them real good to start with.
One with jerk and the other with cherry.
Then put em on the drum and smoke em.
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Those are some nice ones.....How about pounding them out, adding some kind of filling, roll & tie, then grill? If I add meat like sausage, I cook it first. Ham or salami slices are good in there as well as any cheese or veggies.



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Massage them real nice like. Veeeery Niiiiiiice!
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Strips are good, but I would also consider brining if you would prefer to keep them whole.
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Slice em into strips, dust with Plowboys Yardbird, wrap in bacon and smoke until you have CLOINK fingers!
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Thanks for all the suggestions.
Not sure exactly what I'll do but these are all great!
Will certainly post some pron of what ever I end up doing.
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