These aren’t the nachos from your local watering-hole. Our version loaded with black bean and sweet potato chili making
Chipotle Chicken Bowl Recipe: It's hard to improve upon a chipotle burrito bowl—unless you're making the chipotle
Black bean-garlic sauce is used in Chinese cooking. The thick, dark brown paste is made from fermented beans, garlic, and a variety of tasty seasonings.
Fresh sage has an amazing herbaceous flavor mixed in with juicy, fontina-stuffed chicken breasts. We serve mashed potatoes whipped to perfection.
If you are looking for a quick delicious meal then this one's for you. Fresh lasagna pasta sheets are cleverly cut into nice wonton-esque squares tossed together with fresh crisp snap peas,
Chicken thighs are a great cut of meat for beginners—they're juicy, full of flavor, and almost impossible to overcook. That's why I love this recipe, first we pan-sear the chicken to crisp up the skin “tasty”, then roast it nestled in a pan full of red cabbage with garlic, chicken broth, a splash of vinegar, with a pinch of sugar.
Today we are going to make Chicken Takka Masala. This homemade chicken tikka will be as good as any of your favorite Indian takeout
Today we are going to make orange chicken. This is a simple dish that is great for the whole family. It’s kid friendly and dairy free and the best part it only takes about 30 minutes to make.
Chicken breasts can be a little boring sometimes but this recipe gives it a glamorous makeover via a lacquering of garlicky tamari glaze. Not only does it add a gorgeous shine, it brings some serious yumminess to the table.
Chicken lo mein is a simple stir-fried noodle dish packed with protein and yummy vegetables. If you add meat it quickly cooks in a wok or deep pan add some snap peas, scallions and shredded cabbage.
This recipe is a classic Italian-American dish for your kitchen table. Chicken Francese is a favorite dish for a good reason it tastes delicious! Tender chicken breast that is dipped in egg and flour, creating a perfect coating to soak up the buttery lemon goodness.
To make this dish work you are going to have to use high heat don’t be afraid of the fire! With the high heat the onions and chicken brown nicely in just a few quick minutes. Spreading the rice on a plate allows it to cool enough so the grains won’t clump when you sauté.