So I was on a curry kick and I had a ton of frozen chicken thighs that I wanted to use up and this recipe just sort of popped into my head.
This was delicious. I very much appreciate Patak’s sauces and chutneys. This one uses Koorma Curry Simmer Sauce. This contains some milk, so the recipe isn’t strictly dairy-free. I can tolerate it though, so it works for me.
Using the recipe on the bottle of Patak’s Mild Curry Sauce, with a couple enhancements.
This made an enourmous amount, probably too much for a single person. Lots went into the freezer for later use.
Green Enchiladas Chicken Soup (Keto Slow Cooker Mexican Soup), with a creamy broth of green enchiladas sauce, salsa verde, cheeses, and tender shredded chicken, you can’t go wrong with this recipe. Perfect for those busy nights! This Mexican soup recipe is keto and low carb friendly which will make everyone happy! This recipe can be made on a stovetop or in an Instant Pot.
Honey Garlic Chicken - moist, tender, fall-off-the-bone chicken thighs in savory and sweet honey garlic sauce and made in an Instant Pot, so delicious
These Instant Pot Hawaiian Chicken Tacos are out of this WORLD. Juicy pineapple and spiced chicken crisped under the broiler, tucked into tortillas, and rolled up with creamy jalapeño ranch slaw.
Not quite converted to DF / GF, but close. A pretty easy casserole. It will need something for the noodle crunch that is GF.
Gluten-free ramen swimming in THE most flavorful bacon broth. (Yes, I said bacon broth.) Loaded with veggies, & super easy (even using frozen chicken!) this instant pot bacon ramen noodle comes together in 30 minutes.
I whipped this up pretty fast without looking anything up. It came out great with tons of leftovers.
From the webiste: “Instant Pot
Shredded Chicken Burrito Bowl is the most delicious Burrito you will ever eat. One pot cooking in your instant pot and it takes less than 20 minutes to prepare.”
This sounds like a pretty awesome dish.
This is another one of those one-pan meals my seester calls “Stuff With Stuff In It” and makes a couple of meals worth of stuff. Mostly this is easy for me to make, doesn’t hurt my hands with much prep or handlind cold items, and is fast enough it doesn’t take all my spoons to make it.
I just made some lunch for myself and it was stream-of-concsiousness cooking.
A good orange chicken should have just that little bit of sweetness and tanginess to it without being completely overpowering. It should also have that beautiful, slightly sticky gloss and marinade that perfectly coats the chicken. Most orange chicken recipes will have you fry the chicken first to get it nice and crispy, but if you want to make this dish healthier, skip the breading and the frying. Cook the chicken pieces in a skillet, then pour the sauce over and let the chicken and sauce boil until you get that perfect gloss.
A rather easy version of that famouse New Orleans dish.
This sounds like a real winner if done in the slow cooker.
Another recipe my mom found for us to try. It sounds good, except the olives. :P If I’m making this, I’m leaving out the olives.
a mexican-inspired casserole with chicken and tomatillo sauce
Traditional chicken enchiladas in rolled corn tortillas and baked.
This one goes in the Holy Cow! file – a lot of vinegary stuff in this recipe!
A traditional moroccan dish served each night of Ramadan to break the fast
This looks like such a simple recipe, sure to be a favourite!
A great dish, easily prepared, and can be combined with so many things.
This sounds so delicious – I might try to create a non-crockpot version as well.
This is a quick and easy main dish, something I sort of whipped up on the spur of the moment.
I threw this together rather spontaneously tonight with things at hand. It’s a pretty simple thing, probably can be the basis for something even better-er.
Stir-fries are easy and wonderful and you can experiment with all kinds of things. At one point, I just picked up a bunch of fresh veggies and went at it. This is the result. This recipe requires two separate pans, one to cook the vegetables and other to cook the chicken.
This is a great dish to serve at a party, or take along on a picnic.
I get asked to make this a lot. Before I knew what it was called, I called it “Wild Turkey Surprise.” Now I know better and it’s actually got some legitimacy to it. The basic recipe here started with a recipe from a Sunset magazine cookbook, Favorite Recipes. I’ve modified since then.
This makes a very tasty, fall-off-the-bone, barbequed chicken done in the oven.