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Monday, September 23, 2019 Food
Looking for something to make with that chicken you have in the refrigerator? Do you like to make casseroles? Casseroles are great because sometimes you have left overs and that makes for a good lunch. Well do I have something for you,(Chicken and Rice Casserole)This is a easy recipe to follow and simple to make. So lets jump in..
Chicken and Rice Casserole
1 Preheat oven to 375°F.
2 Brown the chicken: (I like to use boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut up like cubes or chunks) Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a large sauce pan on medium high or high heat (hot enough to brown but not burn). Season the chicken pieces all over with salt and pepper.
Working in batches, brown the chicken pieces on both sides, about 1 to 2 minutes per batch...Read More
Monday, August 26, 2019 Food
You Have To Try This Awesome Turkey Burger Recipe !!
What’s the Best Kind of Turkey for Turkey Burger ? Ground turkey is typically much leaner than ground beef. In order to keep the burger from being too dry it helps to use ground dark meat from thighs and legs if you can get it. Adding a little olive oil to the mix helps, too. As for flavor, ground turkey on its own just isn’t as flavorful as ground beef, even if you use ground dark meat. But jazzed up with some chopped fresh herbs, a little onion, and garlic? The result is AWESOME! So lets get to making us an herbed turkey burger !
Monday, May 27, 2019 Food
Here is a Simple Recipe For Ranch Pork Chops I think your family will love:We all like dinners that are simple and easy to make with minimal clean up and sheet pan dinners are just that, and this simple recipe for Ranch Pork Chops is one of those simple and easy dinners you can make for your family.
What I feel are The Best Pork Chops for Baking in this recipe
- Boneless pork chops will cook faster and are easier to serve. Just slice them up and you’re done!
- Bone-in pork chops have more flavor ( my opinion) and won’t overcook as quickly. There’s more leeway in the cooking time, but that also means that they generally take longer to bake.
It’s just my opinion, but I would rather save the bone-in pork chops for grilling and use boneless for this recipe.
Monday, May 13, 2019 Food
Lets Make Tuna Salad
So there I was laying around one day craving some tuna salad and wanted to experiment, Well.. This is what I came up with, Tuna salad with avocado I wanted to change it up some. So I decided to do away with the mayo, thats right I said no mayo! Wait till you try it.
You have to try this Avocado Tuna Salad, when most people think of tuna salad you think of Mayo, but we are going to change it up a little. we will make it with Avocado instead.
This won’t be your everyday tuna salad sandwich, leave out the mayo and replace it with avocado. Add some red onion, lemon zest and juice, sprinkle with the green of cilantro or parsley, and wow!
Put the avocado tuna salad between two pieces of toast and you have a perfect tuna salad sandwich with the lovely addition of avocado...
Monday, January 14, 2019 Food
There’s something so satisfying about making your own chicken stock, and doing it in the slow cooker is a total set-it-and-forget-it exercise.
After we’ve eaten our roasted chicken and all that remains is the bird’s carcass, I begin snapping bones for chicken stock.
How to Make Chicken Stock in the Slow Cooker
I prefer to make chicken stock in the slow cooker on weeknights when we’ve eaten roasted chicken for dinner. I toss the newly disassembled carcass into the pot then add vegetables, herbs, and water.
Next, I set my slow cooker to low and let it simmer all night.
I typically strain it in the morning, but if I’m too busy, I continue to let it simmer away until my work day is done. Twelve to 24 hours is a perfectly reasonable amount of time for chicken stock to simmer.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 Food
This quick chicken noodle soup using rotisserie chicken is a winner if you’re cooking a family dinner. Kids love soup! You can make it quickly, freeze it, and even add a soft-boiled egg to take it up a notch.
We are in soup season, which is both good and bad news for parents. The good news is that it’s easy to make fast, healthy soups that kids tend to like. I’ve found soup, especially chicken noodle soup, to be a reliable dinnertime win.
The bad news? If you have little kids, it’s especially messy. Do you even know how far a two-year old can launch a spoon of broth?! You don’t want to know!
EASY CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP
Making an all-day chicken noodle soup is one of my favorite ways to spend a lazy and chilly Saturday, but honestly, who has the time?
So, I won’t pretend that this...
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 Food
Give classic stroganoff a twist with some shredded rotisserie chicken! This whole dinner comes together in a jiffy, making it a new staple for busy weeknights.
The rotisserie chicken should be in your arsenal if you are a busy person—and who isn’t? But the whole roasted chicken doesn’t always have to be the main event. I like to use rotisserie chickens more as an ingredient to make other meals—like this easy chicken stroganoff!
CLASSIC BEEF STROGANOFF . . . BUT WITH CHICKEN
Normally, a stroganoff is made with thin cuts of beef, but to do that right requires some extra prep, and I thought it would be fun to try the classic stroganoff flavors—mushrooms, sour cream, etc.—with chicken.
Using a shredded meat from a rotisserie chicken for the sauce is easy, and the finished sauce...