Happy New Year! I hope you had a lovely holiday season. To kick off the new year, today I’m sharing an extra-special recipe with you: chicken and peppers, olive oil and garlic style. Maybe you’ve had chicken and peppers before, and you’re wondering what makes this version extra-special.
It’s autumn in New York. There’s a chill in the air, and there’s vibrant fall foliage to admire on my afternoon walks. With the cooler weather arriving, my family and I have been craving something warm and comforting for dinner. One-pan chicken Alfredo is that perfect easy meal with creamy deliciousness in every forkful.
Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday. I’m kicking off the new year with this savory chicken stir fry that’s flavored with a beautiful medley of Indian spices.
Sometimes recipes are born in times of adversity. That’s how this easy paleo chicken with baby spinach and mini sweet peppers entered the world. I had planned to roast a turkey breast for dinner. But when I turned on the oven, I heard a pop! Hmmm….That didn’t sound good. I also noticed the power to the stove had gone out. Obviously, the breaker had tripped. I reset the breaker, but when I turned the oven on, again I heard that pop! That was it. My oven was dead.
When you want something healthy with tons of flavor for dinner but don’t have time to fuss, this nutritious paleo and gluten free meal comes together in a flash. The secret? An hour before you’re ready to cook, marinate the chicken breasts.
Garlicky chicken with fresh basil and olives covered in homemade tomato sauce and served over spaghetti squash is a delicious meal. Last week was my son Peter’s birthday. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know that he takes all these gorgeous food photos. Happy birthday, Peter! To celebrate his birthday, the whole…
These delicious naked gluten free chicken wings have no batter or breading on them. So they fit right into the keto way of eating. And did I mention, delicious? Yum. Chicken wings are a simple crowd pleaser. Unfortunately, many times when my family wants to order chicken wings from a restaurant, the wings are floured…