Gluten-Free Chicken Cordon Bleu is a relatively easy dinner to get on the family dinner table. The only small trick you’ll need to learn (If you don’t already know how) is how to butterfly the chicken breast so the sauce and filling can be added. But, don’t fret. I’ll walk you through that step with my easy to follow photo tutorial! You got this!!
I find that a mix of dark and white meat chicken makes the best-tasting chicken salad. Store-bought rotisserie chicken is what I prefer when making a homemade chicken salad recipe.
When using onions in a non-cooked salad, I enjoy a red onion and think it is the sweetest. You can adjust the amount of red onion in the recipe depending on your taste. Chopped shallots may be used in place of the red onion for a slightly milder onion flavor.
This Chicken, Berry & Avocado Salad is my very favorite. While I don’t always add chicken, I do always make my own vinaigrette. Today I’m sharing how I made my strawberry balsamic vinaigrette. It’s a wonderfully fruity compliment to this tasty, healthy and filling salad.
I’ve been a macadamia nut fiend lately. I can’t seem to get enough of them, but that doesn’t bode too well for my pocketbook. Buttery rich macadamia nuts may be one of the most expensive nuts in the marketplace. That said, in my mind, they’re also the most flavorful! Sorry, pocketbook! 😉
While this dish of Buttery Gluten Free Macadamia Nut Chicken Thighs may not be something you make and serve on a weekly basis, but for a special occasion, or as a dinnertime treat from time to time I hope you’ll add this dish to your recipe repertoire. I trust you’ll love it just as much as we do!
There are just some nights when you don’t have the time, or inclination to cook something with lots of ingredients, or that takes much effort in the way of preparation. That’s where this Low Carb Shredded Salsa Chicken comes in.
In fact, making Low Carb Shredded Salsa Chicken is so easy even a teenager (or husband) can do it. That’s another reason you can say “Winner, winner, chicken dinner!”
The day I saw him make it, I kept waiting for chef Symon to add heavy cream to his dish while he was cooking his skillet chicken thighs (I think it was for a Five in Five), but he never did. I wanted to, so I did. I also omitted the mustard, added shallots, and didn’t shave my Brussels sprouts. I quartered them.
Since a traditional satay sauce is peanut butter based, I thought I’d do a play on a PB & J by adding in season, plump and juicy Florida strawberries to the satay sauce. The result is a sweet and savory dipping sauce which pairs wonderfully well with grilled chicken. To say the kids will love this dish of Chicken with Strawberry Satay Sauce is an understatement! After all, who wouldn’t love a dipping sauce that tastes like a peanut butter and strawberry jelly sandwich?
The secret to keeping these bacon wrapped chicken breasts so moist, tender, and flavorful (besides the bacon wrapping), is to bathe the chicken in a saltwater and sugar brine for 30 minutes before seasoning and wrapping the breasts in bacon. The difference the brine makes is unmistakable and is well worth the extra 30 minutes of basically hands-off time.
This easy recipe for Tantalizing Teriyaki Bacon Wrapped Pineapple Chicken calls for only four ingredients. Bacon, teriyaki sauce (mine came with the sesame seeds, you may want to add sesame seeds to your ingredient list if your brand doesn’t include sesame seeds), pineapple rings, and bone-in skinless chicken thighs.
This week the five main courses we’re bringing you for your weekly meal planning consideration are; Greek yogurt grilled chicken, a Havarti onion burger, fish tacos, cilantro Thai chicken, and an amazing zucchini pancetta pasta.
The three bonus recipes for your weekly meal planning consideration are; a snack of peanut butter energy bites, a side dish of an avocado hollandaise sauce over roasted asparagus, and a dessert of lemon raspberry cobber cupcakes.