The air fryer is fast becoming my favorite appliance in the kitchen! If you don’t own one yet, let me encourage you to add one to your cooking space as soon as you possibly can.
Tag: rotisserie chicken
What do you get when you combine a baked potato with all the comfort and goodness of a chicken pot pie, but without all the work?
Chicken Pot Potatoes! That’s what!
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 said it before, and I’ll say it again…sometimes my best recipe ideas come from wandering aimlessly around the grocery store with nothing specific in mind. Until, WHAM!
And so it is with this recipe for Speedy Keto Chicken Parmesan Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms. WHAM! If you love mushrooms and are eating a keto diet plan (or even if you’re not), you’re going to love this easy, speedy dish!
Are you a fan of chicken and waffles? I sure am. There is something about those sweet and savory flavors that get me every time! I would gladly eat chicken & waffles for breakfast, lunch or dinner. And, I wouldn’t put it past me to eat chicken & waffles for all three meals in one particular day if I ever had the opportunity. LOL! Is it so wrong? Yeah, probably. But, a girl can dream, right?
What do you get when you cross a delicious and comforting chicken pot pie with a handheld sandwich? Chicken Pot […]
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!
Personally, I tend to enjoy a stew a little bit more than a soup. I think it’s because, with a […]