I love, love love caribbean food. The layers of flavor are incredible. I’ve been on a caribbean kick lately. I’ve made everything from Jamaican Beef Patties, to Coconut Curry Pumpkin soup. So this Instant Pot Chicken Roti was soon to come. Continue reading “Instant Pot Chicken Roti”
The rain outside provided the perfect excuse for some serious comfort food. My son loves chicken soup, so on this rainy day I made him one of my favorite chicken soup from childhood Chicken and Dumplings. What better than a warm delicious soup on a cold rainy day. This Southern Style Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings really hits the spot. Continue reading “Southern Style Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings”
One of the places it seems several of my friends have gone but I still have not been is Africa. Yup, I have yet to set foot in one African nation. One of my college roommates is actually there right now and I am inspired. So inspired, I made South African Peri Peri chicken for the family. Continue reading “South African Peri Peri Chicken”
Simple food is always the most comforting. So when looking for a delicious dish to kick off the Spring this Sheet Pan Greek Lemon Chicken recipe was my go to. Continue reading “Sheet Pan Greek Lemon Chicken”
Our latest Family Dinner was inspired by Ethiopian cuisine. We all love it but don’t get to have it as often as we’d like. So, I decided to tackle a whole meal centering around Doro Wat. This national dish of Ethiopia, Doro Wat is a spicy chicken stew made with berbere spice. This Doro Wat recipe was perfect for our family. It had just enough kick. Continue reading “Doro Wat (Ethiopian Chicken Stew)”
Chicken Marsala with Mushrooms is one of my favorite Italian dishes. This dish holds a special place in my heart because it reminds me of some of the best times in high school. The end the softball season (also the end of the school year). But at the end of the season, the coach would treat the team to dinner. Those were great times and this dish makes me reminisce on the good ol’ days.
Almost every recipe these days calls for chicken breasts. And that’s all well and good but I’d argue that buying chicken thighs makes more sense. Especially, if you are extremely distracted while cooking or trying to save money (that’s me all day). Using chicken things could be the difference between pass the ketchup and yum that was delicious. So, here are 3 reasons to buy chicken thighs.
Family dinner was perfect partially thanks to this French roasted chicken. It was just as savory and delicious as I could have hoped. The skin was crispy and the chicken was moist. Though it wasn’t made in a sheet pan, this would be a perfect sheet pan dinner. Sheet pan dinners are all the rave and I can understand why. What’s better than dirtying only one pot?
A few years ago my parents introduced us to a “Pollo a la Brasa” in the neighborhood. At the time, the Pollo a la Brasa or Peruvian Roasted Chicken was one of the more popular Peruvian dishes. Roasting the chicken made it moist and delicious. The elements from both Chinese and Latin America cuisine added wonderful layers of flavor that were unbelievable.
Chicken Tikka Masala is one my favorite dishes. The garam masala and ginger give it a lot of flavor and the red chili flakes add just enough heat. I couldn’t tell you when I first had this dish but there is a distinct event I associate with it. The birth of my first child. Continue reading “Chicken Tikka Masala”