Pasta Primavera is a favorite for me. I wanted to try and recreate my pasta into a soup for a change of pace and after eating several bowls I have decided that this may be even better than the traditional recipe! To make this a quick recipe save some time and buy a rotisserie chicken to cube up and toss into the soup.
These cold rainy days had me craving warm and filling soup. I wanted something different, something a little spicy so I whipped up a homemade ramen soup. The great thing about this soup is that you can put pretty much anything that you want in it! I made mine with roasted chicken breasts, shiitake mushrooms and green onion tops. This is nothing like the soup you became familiar with in college, it’s way better!
One of my favorite chicken recipes is my creamy tarragon chicken. I mix up lots of fresh tarragon with mayonnaise and a bit of lemon juice and Dijon mustard and bake it. Trust me when I tell you that it takes minimal effort but tastes like something you would order at a fancy french bistro! Add some dilled potatoes and green beans and you have yourself a delicious meal in no time!
Recently my mother completely changed her eating habits and it has inspired me to do the same. I love pasta, however I have decided that I want to cut down on how often I eat it. What to do when I’m craving spaghetti or one of my favorite dinner’s chicken parmesan? My mom made a recipe of baked spaghetti squash with chicken and marinara sauce and it was easy and delicious! I thought I’d share with you my take on the same dish with my own twist!
Football season is underway and what goes better with football than chicken wings? Today’s much anticipated border battle calls for a family favorite wings recipe. These wings have a spicy yet sweet flavor that will satisfy everyone’s craving. Baking the wings on a wire rack help get that perfect crispy skin while cutting down on the fat of a traditional fried chicken wing. These wings will feed a crowd so invite your family and friends over for the big game and enjoy!
Are you ready for some football, I mean wings? If you are hosting a Super Bowl Party or need an appetizer to share, look no further. Wings are always a crowd pleaser, and this recipe brings the flavor to new heights. Hot meets sweet with a burst of tang is the make up of this recipe. Make this year’s party with food your guests won’t forget. Enjoy!
We love Mexican food in our house. But having the same old tacos every week gets old. This recipe is a summer twist to the traditional chicken taco. One common cooking practice I have is baking a family pack of Gerber chicken breasts from the Fresh & Natural’s meat department to utilize for different meals throughout the week. Another trick for savings money and time is buying bulk beans. I cook a large quantity up all at once and separate in 1 cup portions for the freezer. It makes meal planning a whole lot easier and sometimes more creative. I wanted to kick-off the salad season off in an unique direction with a creamy based chicken salad that could be served up late August when everyone is burnt out from the traditional picnic choices. Romaine lettuce is my choice of taco wrap but try it out on bread, over spinach, on a gluten-free wrap or with tortilla chips. I topped it with pico de gallo (I had some in the fridge), but it really doesn’t need it. For an extra burst of flavor, top with sheep cheese. The best thing about this salad it the simplicity, even my 1-year-old enjoys it. It is perfect for busy families.
After January and the bitter cold is gone (hopefully), I am sick of the same old soup. I am always trying to find uniquely different foods that make my taste buds happy. A common misconception for American consumers is that fat tastes good. This is a low-fat, high taste soup that will appeal to the masses. My husband is from the south so he is a creamy, deep-fried eating kind of guy. He enjoys this as much as I do.
The soup is made with Miracle Noodle®. This noodle is vegan, soy free, gluten free and cholesterol free. Did I mention it is zero calories? According to the packaging these Shirataki noodles are “made only from the soluble fiber of the plant, as such it only contains a healthy soluble fiber known as glucomannan.”