This tasty chicken recipe is made of several ingredients that can be found in your pantry. These ingredients were accidentally put together to create a surprisingly yummy recipe. Perfect to eat with a side of rice.This recipe is by Jenniffer Weigel and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
A winter favorite comfort food – warm chicken noodle soup gets healthier and easier. Not only is it packed with a flavor trio of oregano, rosemary and thyme, it’s also prepared in the slow cooker, so you don't have to tend to it as it simmers.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
Slow cook your way to a Bourbon Chicken that's sweet and tangy. This low-prep dish calls for just a handful of ingredients. Get your healthy protein and healthy vegetables with this dish.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
This simple recipe for shoyu chicken comes straight from Hawaii. The recipe is courtesy of one of the most iconic grocery stores in Maui — Pukalani Superette which has been in business since 1955. This recipe is courtesy of Sue Nakashima, second generation owner of Pukalani Superette.
It’s been said that chicken soup contains anti-inflammatory properties that may help prevent a cold’s miserable side effects. We also add beans (which my family loves) for a little protein boost. So there’s a ton of nutritional value in this soup. — Bill Telepan, owner of Telepan restaurant and executive chef of Wellness in the Schools (WITS), a non-profit organization dedicated to making school food healthy.Click here for more chicken soup recipes.
You can use any part of the chicken you like for this recipe but I prefer the thighs. Traditional Gai Yang is served with a dipping sauce but if you use chicken thighs, it's so juicy that it doesn't need it.
We all love tacos, but we can grow tired of the typical ground beef version. This recipe uses juicy chicken thighs as the base filling, and they’re topped with homemade charred salsa verde to spice things up. This recipe is perfect for a hassle-free meal that won't break the bank.
Vietnamese bánh mì sandwiches have become so trendy over the past five years that it's almost painful. It's gotten to the point when you see one on a menu that you know before ordering that it's best to stray far, far away from that portion of it. Besides, why order something out that you can make just as well if not better at home. There, I said it. You don't have to be Vietnamese to make a good bánh mì, and it's easy. The basic ingredients for a bánh mì sandwich? Steamed, pan-roasted, or oven-roasted meat and soy fillings like Vietnamese sausage, pork patties, pork liver pâté, and grilled chicken, topped with cucumber slices, cilantro, shredded pickled carrots and daikon, mayonnaise, sliced chiles, and chile sauce.
This simple recipe (really simple, I swear) combines two of the above ingredients — chicken (thigh meat) and chile sauce (Sriracha) — for a moist, flavorful effect. The key to great bánh mì? Moist meat. Adequate distribution. Overall moisture. And is just good bread with a thin crust and strategic layering technique for maximum ingredients and efficient distribution. This recipe was carried out using some really terrific bread baked by Leske's Bakery, a Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, original since 1961, and bought at Chubby Mary's, a new favorite sandwich shop by the Artichoke Basille crew in New York's East Village. What's the big deal about the bread? You don't need to go to Leske's or Chubby Mary's (though you could do much worse), but a really light and airy bread that's crusty outside and still moist and airy inside will be key. (Leske's would be great for a po'boy, too, by the way.)
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