Chicken nuggets are a childhood favorite. They’re fun to eat with your fingers and to dip in your favorite sauce. We recommend a yogurt-based dip like our Herbed Blue Cheese Dip for a well-balanced condiment that goes perfectly with chicken nuggets and a plate of fresh veggies.
Green peppers, onions, and tomato sauce work together to create a surprisingly sweet and incredibly delicious chicken dish. If you want double-down on the veggies, your tastebuds would not be disappointed. Serve with a little brown rice to sop up all that saucy goodness.
By “naked” fajitas, we just mean “fajitas without the tortilla.” Nothing scandalous going on here, unless it’s how scandalously delicious this meal is.
This recipe is the taste of fall in a savory meal. Juicy apples perfectly sauce tender chicken while red peppers play counterpoint to the flavor. Serve over a bed of steamed or braised greens or with a side of mashed sweet potatoes.
Curry powder brings a little color and a lot of flavor to an otherwise simple stir-fry for a quick dinner that can be modified to use up whatever bits of veggies you have in the fridge. Serve hot over your favorite whole grain, such as brown rice or quinoa.
Sweet peanuts and coconut pair with hot pepper and tangy lime for a delectable grilling option. Serve this dish up with grilled sweet potatoes and a side of green veggies for a delicious, gourmet spread that requires minimal effort. Split this into more servings to make it an appetizer. Tip: To toast shredded coconut, place […]
Expand your chili repertoire with this simple white chili. This recipe makes a small batch, which is perfect for testing something new, but it can easily be doubled or tripled to feed a bigger group. Try your hand at playing with great chili: for a slightly sweeter profile, use a red or orange bell pepper […]
Posole, also spelled “pozole,” is a Mexican dish which takes its name from the Nahuatl languages and their name for hominy, a product made by soaking dried corn in an alkaline solution. This traditional soup contains a few ingredients that are less commonly used in the northern United States, like hominy and tomatillos. They’re still […]