Balsamic chicken and roasted vegetables all in ONE pan. It’s gluten free and low carb. You can change up the vegetables each time! This type of one-dish meal is my favorite. Hope you enjoy too!
Cooked chicken soaked in a secret drunken sauce made with homemade hot chili oil, soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, fresh garlic and brown sugar, this drunken chicken is going to knock your socks off! Pro tip: sprinkle some chopped toasted peanuts on top to add a little nutty crunchiness.
Cheesy and tasty chicken enchiladas stacked in a slow cooker. It’s easy to prepare and a great way to use up leftover chicken or meat.
A whole chicken stuffed with herbs sits on top of a savory white wine broth with carrots, onion, and lemon, creating a delicious gravy while roasting.
Easy and savory Caribbean Jerk Chicken with Vegetables all in ONE pan. Marinate chicken for 1 hour or even overnight will enrich the flavor. This recipe can be made ahead. Prepare vegetables and marinate chicken. When ready to cook, assemble everything in the pan according to the instruction, then bake.
Who likes squid? Raise your hands, please. Anyone? Who likes chicken? Raise your hands, please. If you are with other 499 people being asked the above questions, assuming you are not pescatarians or vegetarians, would you raise your hand for squid or chicken?
It’s that time of the year, friends! Before you know it, Thanksgiving is coming right up, then it’s Christmas, then it’s New Year’s. Isn’t this the best time of the year in terms of spending lots of time with your family, your friends, and your dog (if you have one)? If you are the cook…
Perfectly baked chicken paired with a spicy peach sauce and sautéed asparagus, this is a wonderful low-carb and healthy meal for a busy workday.
Let me guess. Your Facebook and Instagram feed have flooded with beautifully decorated Christmas trees and lights lately. So has mine. It’s so heart warming to look at these pictures in the winter, isn’t it? This is the time of the year that we slow down our busy lives, we give ourselves a break, we…
“Any problem that can be solved by money is not a problem.” Have you ever heard of that statement? I think it’s true only when money is not a problem. However, in this world, money cannot buy certain things. On top of my head, money cannot buy genuine relationships, wide knowledge or invaluable experiences. These…