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Family-Favorite Roast Chicken

Family-Favorite Roast Chicken recipe
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Your best chicken dish is about to be dethroned. This roasted chicken with lemon, cream cheese and Italian flavors will steal the title of family favorite.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 40 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
6/16/2006
Oh my goodness this recipe was simple, easy, and delicious. I am not a very good good. Most of my meals come out so so. I cooked this last night. I loved it, my son and boyfriend also loved it. The chicken was so juicy and tender I would definately cook this again. I am so happy my family enjoyed this. I also made mashed potatoes and corn on the cob. Thanks kraft for the great recipe.
posted:
12/30/2005
jolivet_77 on 12/10/2004 I loved this recipe!! I made a few changes. I used 1 Tsp. of ground pesto, 1 Tsp. of cajun seasonings and 1/2 Tsp. of cumin instead of the Italian Seasonings. I also add the Italian Dressing to the dry seasonings before stuffing the chicken and used a little bit of that mixture to coat the outside of the chicken and it was just fantastic!! Thank you so much Kraft Foods!! I'm going to make two of these chickens for Christmas!! :)
posted:
12/30/2005
Roasted chicken is always warm and fuzzy. I used celery and oranges for the cavity. I roasted the chicken breast side down for half the cooking time and then changed to breast up. I find the juices have a chance to permeate the entire bird and it stays moister. I also included white wine with the baste.Under the skin spinich is a good addition. When carved the bird is very pleasing to the eye. Angie
posted:
11/19/2005
This was a super recipe to use oranges and some ginger and cinnamon. You can tailor this recipe for any taste in the family. If some cooks didn't like it the first time, try some different combonations of citrus fruits and spices.
posted:
11/9/2005
My husband and I loved this recipe! And it was so easy to make too! I served this meal with a potatoe salad and rice. i would make this again for sure.
posted:
11/3/2005
My husband and daughter did not care for this. I felt it was okay. My other 2 daughters liked it. It was very lemony.
posted:
4/3/2005
it was moist and tender ,the cream tasted just wonderful . i tried to get it brown but it just did not get as brown as i would like but i would make this again.
posted:
3/30/2005
This was the first time I've roasted a chicken, and the recipe was so good that my boyfriend couldn't believe I'd never done it before. I substituted lime for lemon and added garlic and onion to the cream cheese mix. I also place a lime (instead of lemon) in the cavity of the chicken and included minced garlic and carrots (which I discarded after cooking). The taste was superb!
posted:
1/23/2005
This was a great recipe for chicken. Instead of using a whole chicken, I used chicken quarters for the guys, and made boneless chicken breasts for myself. Used the cream cheese mix to make stuffed breasts. It was all wonderful. Another meal my teenagers devoured! I added the vegetable stuffing bake as a side dish, (another recipe on the Kraft site) and we had a wonderful Sunday meal!
posted:
11/23/2004
this meal was really good! is a keeper in my family! i changed it a little bit. i use 1 tsp of each... paprika, grated lemon, Anthony's carrebian seasoning, garlic powder & 2 tsp of pesto. also i use Kraft gold signature Cesar Parmesan dressing instead of italian! it was really good! my husband loved it..... =)
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