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.
When it comes to the Thanksgiving dinner, I like to experiment with my menu as well as serve the tried and true traditional recipes my family loves and expects. This way we’re all happy…and stuffed! Even if you don’t like to travel off-course when it comes to tradition, I hope you’ll enjoy and appreciate this Thanksgiving Turkey Recipe Roundup for Friday’s Featured Food Feastings! Gobble. Gobble
If you’re a taco Tuesday type of gal, then you may want to switch things up just a wee little bit by serving these Healthy Southwestern Turkey Taco Stuffed Avocados. If, by chance, you don’t think these are your style because you’d be missing the crunch from a traditional taco shell, then why not crunch a few chips over the top to garnish? This way you still have the crunch you desire, but you’ll also be cutting back on a few of the carbs as well.
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.
With one slow cooker recipe, two vegetarian options, one Tex-Mex option, and one dinner with an Asian flair, I’d say the Thrive At Five weekly meal planning group has you well covered for dinner suggestions for this, the third week of July!
Blueberry Chile Chicken is beautifully browned chicken breast which simmers to a tender finish in an easy blueberry-chile BBQ style […]
It doesn’t often happen that I’ll make a meal twice in a matter of two weeks time. However, this Italian Pepperoni Soup is so amazing I could easily see myself making it on a regular weekly rotation, and that’s saying something pretty special!