“Crack” Chicken

Posted on Aug 23rd, 2013

When I was stationed in Korea a few years ago, my family and I used to frequent a fried chicken place that served the most delicious chicken…

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Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Posted on Aug 29th, 2014

These chicken lettuce wraps are a good choice if you're looking for a quick dish to make for an appetizer or a light meal.  I created this recipe…

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Baked “Fried” Chicken

Posted on Feb 17th, 2014

Healthy Fried Chicken -- is there even such a thing? 🙂 My recipe below is healthy, or at least it's a less unhealthy version, and it does not…

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Carolyn’s Kådun Pika (Spicy Chicken)

Posted on Dec 29th, 2013

Kådun pika is a spicy Chamorro chicken dish that's somewhat similar to chicken adobo. It's an easy dish to make -- it takes only a few ingredients…

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Chicken & Spinach Alfredo Lasagne Roll-ups

Posted on Oct 27th, 2013

I love good pasta.  Two of my favorites are chicken alfredo and lasagne, so how about we combine the two? This is a rolled version.  I love how…

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Chicken ala King

Posted on Sep 2nd, 2013

Chicken ala King is a classic comfort dish. Growing up, chicken ala king was usually served at rosaries, after the prayers were completed, of…

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Chicken Chalakiles

Posted on Sep 23rd, 2014

Chicken Chalakiles is one of my favorite Chamorro comfort foods.  It's a soup made with chicken, onions and garlic, thickened with toasted…

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Chicken Kelaguen & Flour Titiyas

Posted on Jul 29th, 2013

Kelaguen and Titiyas ~ both staples on a Chamorro fiesta table.  But you don't have to be invited to a fiesta in order to enjoy these tasty dishes…

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Chicken Macaroni Salad

Posted on Aug 15th, 2014

Macaroni salad one of my family's favorite side dishes.  There are many, many macaroni salad variations, but we're simple...we like two specific…

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Chicken Noodle Soup

Posted on Feb 25th, 2014

Chicken noodle soup is comfort food at it's best.  This soup is quick and easy to make.  Cook up a batch when you're feeling under the weather, or…

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Chicken Pot Pie Casserole

Posted on Mar 4th, 2014

Chicken pot pie is a favorite in my family.  There's something about the tender chicken, delicious vegetables and cream sauce that makes us…

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Chicken Soup (Kådun Månuk)

Posted on Oct 20th, 2014

Kådu is the Chamorro term for soup or broth.  Think of it as Chamorro Comfort Food.  It could be 90 degrees outside on Guam, but serve…

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Chicken Stir Fry with Noodles

Posted on Jan 5th, 2022

If you’re looking for a weeknight meal that’s delicious and quick to prepare, look no further.  My Chicken Stir Fry with Noodles takes…

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Chicken Stir Fry with Udon Noodles

Posted on Nov 9th, 2013

According to Chinese folklore, noodles represent long life and good health. So, here's my contribution to living a long, healthy life! 🙂 All…

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Chicken Thighs with Honey Mustard Garlic Wine Sauce

Posted on Nov 28th, 2018

Hafa Adai!  I know, I’s been a while since I added a new recipe.  But this one is worth the wait, trust me.  I made this with skin on,…

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Corn Soup

Posted on Oct 3rd, 2013

Chicken corn soup is a classic dish on Guam.  It's made many different ways, from cutting corn kernels off fresh ears of corn to using canned or…

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Green Chicken Curry

Posted on Aug 23rd, 2014

There are so many varieties of curries -- from chicken, to beef, to all vegetable -- I haven't found a curry I didn't like. 😉 It's such a…

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Judy’s Empanadas

Posted on Aug 21st, 2014

Chamorro empanadas are high up on the list of my favorite snacks, but they can easily be a meal in and of themselves.  In fact, when I was on Guam…

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  1. Look for the recipe for kadun pika. It’s very similar.

  2. Chuck Patterson says:

    I am cooking for a large group and constrained by time. Have you ever marinated the chicken(Chamoru Style) then parboiled for the sake of time.

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