This is not your grandmother’s chicken soup. This is the chicken soup you bring your grandmother to thank her for all the chicken soup she made you. It’s sweet and fragrant and comforting in a way that says, “You’re home” better than the recipes you grew up with.
This lunch is designed to be packed with flavor and quick to make. Ditch your routine sandwich for something with a little more pizzazz for a packed lunch that you can look forward to.
The tasty marinade is the key to this recipe, but don’t limit yourself to plain chicken in using it! Indian spice combinations work very well with vegetables as well. Serve with brown rice for a side of filling whole grains to round out your meal.
The salad ingredients are simple and familiar, which makes it easy to prepare. The dressing is something pretty special, bringing the dish together for a creamy, delicious treat you’ll love to make over and over.
Lentils and chicken sausage team up to provide a lean and delicious meal that comes together with minimum hassle while you’re handling other little end-of-day tasks.
This classic stir-fried chicken dish is an excellent introduction to techniques for producing a flavorful dish with aromatics that are just cooked enough to flavor the dish, tender meat, and crisp veggies.
Good fajitas are all about properly tender onions and peppers. Cooking the veggies down on the stovetop can take a good long time. A slow cooker takes longer, but you don’t need to stand over it stirring, and with this method that cooks the chicken in with the meat, your meat will be beautifully tender […]
Moroccan cooking is characterized by the use of fruit and spice to bring flavor to meat. Serve this chicken over your favorite whole grain, like brown rice or quinoa.