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Chicken with Twenty Cloves of Garlic

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In France it’s forty, so twenty cloves of garlic is actually tame. Roasted until sweet and tender, they add fabulous flavor to the chicken.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
20 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
10/14/2010
This was absolutley FANTABULOUS!!! Preparing twenty cloves of garlic is quite a job though. I did although discover a trick to make it easy as anything....seperate the cloves and boil them in hot water for three minutes, the skin come right off. (This also works with pearl onions!) We also added white wine to the chicken while cooking...YUMMY!!!
posted:
10/14/2010
I agree with the other posters - this recipe was BLAND. Wish I had read the reviews before making.
posted:
9/20/2010
expected more flavor, was actually kindve bland, but will try again with some other seasoning
posted:
9/7/2010
VERY GOOD! I have made this many times and never have left overs.
posted:
7/24/2010
This was BLAND, BLAND, BLAND!!! Its an easy enough recipe but abosultely no flavor to it what so ever! If I were to make this again, I would crush the garlic to release some of the flavor of it into the chicken, and would also put the dressing directly on chicken.. as well as reapply the dressing every time it needed to be flipped.
posted:
7/6/2010
Does anyone know if this recipe can be made on the grill?
posted:
6/28/2010
Made this twice. Garlic doesn't overpower, like you think it would
posted:
5/25/2010
This is absolutely delicous!! My family absolutely loves it! The one thing we did find though is that different brands of the cesear dressing will make it taste different.
posted:
5/5/2010
We loved this. I used Fat Free Caesar dressing and it was very good.
posted:
5/4/2010
I was leary about this when I first saw it...20 cloves? But one day, I had an overage on my garlic stock and I tried it. This is DELICIOUS!
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