Garlic Basil Chicken with Tomato Butter Sauce - Pinch of Yum
Garlic Basil Chicken - you won't believe that this easy real food recipe only requires 7 ingredients like basil, garlic, olive oil, tomatoes, and butter.
Honey Lime Chicken Thighs - Julia's Album
Pan-Roasted Honey Lime Chicken Thighs – one of the best chicken thigh recipes you’ll ever try! Easy, delicious, simple ingredients. I love cooking chicken thighs – they are so easy to handle, and always come out moist and juicy. Can’t really go wrong with this cut of meat. You’ll love this simple recipe – perfect...Read More
Meatless Chicken Sandwich
Looking for a delicious plant-based take on a chicken salad sandwich? Our Deliciou Plant-Based Chicken is the perfect substitute for this lunchtime favourite! It's quick and easy to make and vegan.
Ratatouille Recipe | ChefDeHome.com
Bringing Ratatouille's ratatouille to your dinner table for meatless Monday! With colorful layers of fresh veggies, and garlicky tomato sauce.. this veggie casserole is perfect to kick-start week w...
Pesto Chicken Ravioli with Asparagus and Tomatoes
Chicken Ravioli Skillet with Basil Pesto and Veggies – easy and quick gourmet pasta meal! This family-friendly weeknight dinner is packed with vegetables: asparagus, fresh tomatoes, and sun-dried tomatoes! Ravioli is an amazing Italian pasta, and there are so many different ways to serve it. One of my favorite recipes is mushroom ravioli with spinach. I’ve...Read More
Stuffed Chicken Wings - Izakaya Style Recipe by cookpad.japan
Great recipe for Stuffed Chicken Wings - Izakaya Style. This was my favorite dish at the izakaya (gastropub) that closed down. Make sure to break the joint completely so that it is easy to pull bones out. It will be less salty as you grill so I usually put extra salt and pepper. But you can adjust the taste later after you plate them. If you put less rice in the chicken wings, you don't need to secure with toothpicks. Recipe by 1630412
Epic poached chicken & dumplings | Jamie Oliver chicken recipes
If you’re after a pick-me-up bowlful of steaming goodness, this clean, delicate but wonderfully comforting dish, inspired by the classic Jewish penicillin, is hard to beat. Breaking with tradition, I’ve added a cheeky twist by super-charging it with two punchy condiments – if you’re kosher, use straight-up horseradish instead.