Once cooked, you can use this White Wine Poached Chicken Breast with Bay Leaf for all sorts of salads, sandwiches, and casseroles. You are only limited by your imagination with how you’ll use it. Of course, you can eat it plain too. It’s that good!
When it comes to French Onion soup, I can’t decide what my favorite part about the soup is. Whether it’s the deep rich broth, the abundance of sweet caramelized onions, the hearty slice of bread crouton that’s soaked in the broth and floats the perfectly browned and melted cheese.
Since I love every part of the soup, I’ve incorporated every part into my recipe of French Onion Chicken, including the bread crouton that sits atop the abundance of sweet caramelized onions, and acts as a platform for the moist and meaty chicken thigh and the melted cheese! Be still my heart!!!
Why go out when you can make this restaurant quality Creamy Mascarpone Chicken Risotto at home? It’s impressive, delicious, and not at all difficult to make.
Moist and meaty chicken thighs, along with red potatoes are cooked low and slow in a white wine caper sauce for this Italian classic of Slow Cooker Chicken Vesuvio. Sometimes when I have an idea for a recipe or method I need to make it without delay! That was the case for this Slow Cooker Chicken Vesuvio. So much …
What do you get when you cross a delicious and comforting chicken pot pie with a handheld sandwich? Chicken Pot Pie Pockets, that’s what! It’s a comfort food treat that is as on-the-go as you are! All the flavors you love in a traditional chicken pot pie are neatly folded into these handheld pie crust turnovers. They’re family friendly …
This is by far the quickest and tastiest recipe for spaghetti that I’ve had in a long time, and it’s all thanks to fellow food blogger, Trish Rosenquist, and her brand new cookbook: “100 Creative Ways to use Rotisserie Chicken in Everyday Meals.”
This recipe is also a great way to sneak extra veggies into you kids without them knowing. The creaminess doesn’t come from cream at all; it comes from cooked and pureed cauliflower. They’ll never even suspect you pulled one over on them. Score one for mom! After all, it’s done in the name of love, and that can never be wrong!
This recipe was inspired by a cashew chicken salad I’d had recently while out to lunch with my mom, sister, sister-in-law, niece, and my baby grandniece, Pemberley. It was our first “ladies lunch,” and I think we all ordered the same thing, except Pemberley of course.
If you’re wondering why I used a combination of boneless, skinless chicken thighs and breasts, it’s to keep the pulled chicken as moist and flavorful as possible. Because sometimes boneless, skinless chicken breasts can be dry due to the lack of fat, I wanted to pack in as much moisture and flavor as I could.
This rustic yet impressive Riesling Braised Chicken is one of the most flavorful chicken dishes, ever! This recipe is one I found, and adapted, from a wonderful cookbook in my collection called “New German Cooking” by Jeremy and Jessica Nolen. It’s by far one of the best braised chicken recipes I’ve ever made.