We all have at least one version of chicken & rice soup we enjoy. This Thai chicken coconut soup version up’s the ante by adding Thai flavors and giving it an Asian flair. It’s hearty, with just the right amount of subtle sweet & savory flavor notes, and finished off with a tangy garnish of chopped fresh cilantro leaves.
Grilling season, yes it IS a season, is my favorite time of the year. For those precious few months, I get to sit back at dinner time and take a break from cooking the family meal. Instead, my loving husband gets to slave away over the grill. It’s wonderful. So wonderful, in fact, that I’ve never bothered to learn how to operate the grill myself. I’m sure I could figure it out, but that might prove self-destructive to my seasonal dinner breaks. This recipe is incredibly simple, but the marinade gives the chicken an out-of-this-world flavor. The sun is shining, so pull out some chicken breasts, fire up that grill, and give these kabobs a try!
Honey Garlic Chicken Kabobs
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The classic flavor of chicken cordon bleu has been transformed into a thick savory potato soup. It’s the best of both worlds. This delicious rendition makes a perfect dinner on dreary days, or a delicious soup to share at potlucks. A potato soup recipe has never tasted so good!
A quick, easy dinner in a baking dish, this Loaded Baked Potato And Chicken Casserole features chunks of juicy chicken & tender roasted potatoes marinated with a little kick. This delicious dinner’s dressed like the classic baked potato.
An easy family meal that cooks all on one pan, this easy Roasted Chicken and Vegetable Sheet Pan Supper features roasted chicken with rosemary Parmesan potatoes, caramelized onion wedges, and seasoned baby spinach leaves. It’s so yummy, the kids will willingly eat their greens!
This Buffalo chicken bake is any cheese & chicken lover’s dream. It’s packed full or chicken chunks, a blend of cheddar & mozzarella cheese, and given a saucy flavoring of buffalo wing sauce and ranch dressing. It’s all packed into a crispy crust, making it the perfect all in one appetizer or lunch.
Being that we have all these boys and seeing as how I am cheap, I try to buy in bulk whenever possible.
Notice I said cheap. I’m not even going to try and dress it up and label myself as frugal, thrifty, etc. I’m just cheap.
As part of my cost-cutting, we have a membership to Costco and that’s where the majority of our groceries come from.
That being said, almost every trip to Costco my kids manage to convince me to buy them lunch, a snack, an ‘I’m going to die right this very minute if I don’t eat’ something from the food court.
Their favorite thing to order is the Chicken Bake. So when I came across this recipe for Buffalo Chicken Garbage Bread, I knew they would love it.
I altered the recipe to the satisfaction of my tastes and those of my cheese-aholics. Notice I also changed the name.
I could just imagine if I answered their ‘what’s for dinner’ question with something that included ‘garbage’ in its name. So I didn’t.
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This Buffalo chicken bake is any cheese & chicken lover's dream. It's packed full or chicken chunks, a blend of cheddar & mozzarella cheese, and given a saucy flavoring of buffalo wing sauce and ranch dressing. It's all packed into a crispy crust, making it the perfect all in one appetizer or lunch.
Pre-heat oven to 425°F. Toss chicken with 1/4 cup of your wing sauce. You can add more or less depending on your desired spiciness. Stir to combine, the ranch dressing and remaining 1/4 cup wing sauce.
On a floured surface, or counter top, roll out dough into a long rectangular shape. Spread buffalo ranch sauce evenly across the dough. Add chicken and then top with both cheeses.
Pick a side and roll the dough up to form a log. Seal both ends (prevents ‘oozing’ while baking) and place seam side down on a non-stick or greased baking sheet.
Bake for 30 minutes. Let sit and ‘rest’ for 5-10 minutes before cutting into slices, then serve!