I made homemade barbecue sauce and I made a lot of it, so I needed to cook some things to eat with it. Plain old chicken is boring so I made this. You'll like it, I promise.
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Recipe Courtesy of Dr. Josh Axe“Italy is one of my favorite places on earth, and when my wife I can’t make it to Europe for a relaxing vacation, one of our favorite things to do is cook Italian food at home. Surprisingly, a lot of recipes are less intimidating than they seem, especially my super easy version of chicken cacciatore.Chicken cacciatore has always been one of my favorite meals—Italian or otherwise—because it’s based around healthy protein and veggies. I opt for free range chicken breast that’s healthy and lean and add in handfuls of veggies. The nutrition benefits of mushrooms are vast and not celebrated enough, and tomatoes are a great anti-inflammatory food. Add in the red wine—which can actually be good for you—and you have a dish that is both nourishing and delicious. And unlike other Italian favorites that are loaded with gluten and dairy, this dinner won’t cause digestive distress, leave you feeling fatigued or contribute to leaky gut.One more thing: Chicken cacciatore is traditionally served over pasta, but if you have celiac or gluten sensitivity, you can always choose a gluten-free pasta or creamy polenta. Want to go totally grain-free? This dish is just as tasty over a plate of greens or cauliflower rice.”
Dak galbi is another spicy, stir-fried chicken dish that all Koreans seem to love. The main dish between this and other spicy dishes is the addition of cabbabe and usually perilla leaves, giving it a distinct and satisfying aroma. There are many dak galbi restaurants/quasi-bars that set up a single, large frying pan in the center of the table for everyone to enjoy the meal together (Koreans literally love eating together). For people familiar with this, you will know that you are not completely finished with the meal when the pan is empty, but rather an ajumma (or waitress) will add some rice and other ingredients to make delicious bokkeum bab (fried rice combinations). It’s kind of equivalent to getting something free when least expect it. Anyways, we made this tonight and it came out just right. We even have some funny pictures below to prove how good it was.
I'm always on the lookout for quick and easy recipes for chicken breast, so I was mighty happy when a reader left this comment on my post for grilled Mustard-Lime Chicken:
Fantastic chicken! Our son was just diagnosed with celiac disease about one month ago, and I have to tell you that your recipes have been such a help. We all loved the chicken, and I ended up baking it at 350 until it was cooked (25-30 minutes) since it rained the day I made it and couldn't use the grill — flavor was still excellent! Thank you!
This recipe for chicken breast is full of flavorful lime and cilantro, and when you bake it (rather than grilling) the flavors have a chance to entirely infuse the dish. Thanks for this excellent suggestion Ana!
I don't know if your children will like this easy chicken dish; I can tell you that mine gobble it up every time I make it. If you're looking for healthy recipes for dinner, look no further, this chicken is it.
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For the ultimate pumpkin dish, serve this pumpkin-flavored chicken. It's easy to make, and you can serve it as your main dish. Click here for Beyond Pumpkin: 10 Great Pumpkin RecipesClick here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
I made these wonderful little tenders with Corn Flakes. I like Corn Flakes better than breadcrumbs because you get more of a crunch and it tastes pretty close to being fried. These would be so perfect for a party, like the Super Bowl.
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Throw all the ingredients into the slow-cooker at once, and it will make this kicked-up corn chowder for you. Plus, the smoky chorizo and the spicy poblano chilies make this soup especially delicious.This recipe comes courtesy of Swanson Broth, click here to see the original recipe