I TOTALLY believed you ... and I totally believe her ... and I'm still planning on making it soon so that I may partake of such deliciousness!In fact, I'll be making it this weekend ... so there, garlic girl!!! hehehehehe
i printed it to try out.thanks and blessings,Karla
I read her post this morning. I knew the minute I saw the name of your post that you were talking about your 40 cloves of garlic chicken. I tell you, there's no such thing as too much garlic. Interesting that she said the dish doesn't taste garlicky. Maybe she should have used 80 cloves? LOLI plan to try this dish.
She was right, Barb! Amazingly, it is not garlicky.
This was actually on my Menu Monday for today...however, we have leftovers coming out of our ears, so I had to push it back to the weekend....NOW, I REALLY can't wait to try it! :)
All right, girl. Next time I go to the grocery, it's on!
ok, I was a bit of a skeptic when I read your recipe, but now I will have to try it. I don't know why I didn't believe YOU the first time? Sorry!
You know, I've seen this recipe before or something very similar and always thought it'd be good but have never tried it. Guess I should!
Well I'll be. Now let me find my grocery list and jot down...40...cloves...of...garlic. Thanks!
I'm making this for tomorrow's dinner and have put it on my blog with a link to yours :-)Oh, and I'm kind of hoping it DOES taste garlicky! Kind of like I never understand people who want to eat fish that doesn't taste fishy. I'm thinkin' "Hey, eat chicken then!"
I tried this and it's wonderful. well i adj it a little and made it greek style i hope you don't mind but for this thursday's slowcooker i'm going to post my modifications on this recipe for greek gyros.. LMK if that's alright with you!
OK------WOW, I tell you! WOW! This was absolutely amazing!!!!!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
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