As we are in a time where everyone is looking for easy and delicious food that is easy on the wallet and delicious in the stomach. This white bean and chicken chili is very easy to prepare, can be made within a half hour and the chili is crazy good. The spice is mild in this chili, if you would like a bit more you can add a few drops of your favorite hot sauce. The best part is the ingredients are very easy to find pantry items and are affordable. The chili is perfect to use up any leftover chicken you have from a previous dinner and makes the perfect weeknight dinner.
Looking or a quick and easy dish that only uses one pan, this chicken with bacon cream sauce is perfect for you. The chicken is stuffed with creamy mozzarella cheese and topped with a lemon infused cream sauce topped with crispy bacon and green onions. The recipe is very low in sugar (none added) and full of lean chicken breast which make this a keto healthy dish that can be make in about 30 minutes.
For me, growing up in Minnesota, chicken wild rice soup was a dish that can be found all over the state. There are two typical versions of the soup, creamy or strictly stock based. For my version of chicken wild rice soup, I take the creamy version that is typically full of cream and replace it with a slightly healthier half & half. The soup comes out very hearty with vegetables, chicken and of course wild rice. This is the perfect recipe to use up leftover chicken, or can even substitute cooked turkey is a great alteration.
Beef Stroganoff is a classic dish from eastern europe into russia with french techniques that is typically made from the scrap meat off of the beef tenderloin sauteed with wine, onions, mushrooms and a small amount of sour cream. With the replacement of beef tenderloin with a more inexpensive cut of beef such as tri-tip or sirloin, you get the same lean beef flavour that is desired in this dish and with baby portabella you get a great earthy flavor that button mushrooms lack. The beef stroganoff can be made well under 30 minutes and is a family favorite. Typically beef stroganoff is served over egg noodles, pasta, rice or over potato fries are the most popular options around the world.
There is two different kinds of chicken wings out there. Ones that get the flavor from a sauce during or after cooking and ones that get its flavor from a rub. These are the type that gets its flavor from a rub. These chili lime chicken wings have a great sweet and sour flavor that is baked into the skin of the chicken. The skin gets a golden brown color while the meat inside is very tender, moist and full of flavor. They have a very flavorful with a mild heat that could be jazzed up by a hit of hot sauce in the chili lime marinade before baking if desired.
The traditional chicken masala is chicken cooked in creamy curry sauce that typically served over rice. In this version of chicken masala, I take a whole chicken that is broken down into eight standard pieces and marinate in a yogurt spiced blend then bake over a bed of sliced onions until the skin is golden brown and the chicken comes out super moist and flavorful. Serve over rice with the cooked onions and pan drippings drizzled over it all. The garam masala spices can be found in most grocery stores or can be made from scratch.
Short ribs are a great hearty winter entree , as they are loaded with marbled meat that cooks extremely tender, packed with flavor and really easy to make. Peruvian food is a great melting pot of food as there is big influence from different migrations such as Chinese, European, Indian and Japanese immigrants in the past few centuries. In this peruvian-style short ribs, it is braised an asian-spiced sauce that fills the beef with a delicious flavor and comes out fork tender. The recipe can be done in either a slow cooker or in a dutch oven with the instructions below.
Every family is always looking for a quick and easy recipe that is also inexpensive. Sloppy joes is a favorite with everyone of all ages and is a classic americana meal that almost everyone has enjoyed. Sloppy joes is a great midweek dinner that is inexpensive and extremely easy and quick to make. The meal can be made ahead of time and reheated in a pan and tastes just as good. If you are looking for a healthier option, serve the sloppy joe mix over lettuce to cut the additional carbs from the bun.
One of the most common sides is that the french fry. They are typically fried in oil and aren't that healthy, that's when oven baked fries come in handy with as a healthier option. These crispy oven potato fries, the preparation takes less time then the time for your oven to heat up and there is no need to par boil or soaking before baking. The oven baked fries are soft and tender pillows inside and crunchy on the outside with a delicious flavor from being tossed in thyme and ground coriander. They make a great side dish, appetizer or any time snack.
In this slow cooker italian meatball and tortellini soup, there is very minimal work to prepare the soup and let it cook all day while you are out at work or enjoying the day making it a great weekday dinner for the whole family. The pork sausage can be replaced with premade meatballs to even lessen the preparation of this soup. The soup is very hearty and has a delicious flavor from the tender pork meatballs and rich flavored tomatoes. The soup can also be made ahead of time, just leave out the tortellini and add them once you ready the soup to serve.
Hey everyone, I am Dan and Live in Minnesota. I am here to show you the wonderful world of cooking and baking. As being a young boy in the kitchen to being a chef for over 10 years, I will show you the great recipes I have used over the years and what I do next. Please stick around and Enjoy!!