You can use any cut of chicken you like with this recipe (whole chicken cut into pieces, thighs, etc.). I prefer boneless, skinless chicken breasts.
If you like my Thai Curry Chicken Skewers with Peanut Dipping Sauce, then you will like this as well! Use whatever veggies you like…peppers and snap peas would be good. Serve over rice.
Confession time – I stole this recipe from Hello Fresh. and it cost me a whole lot less to make myself than ordering through them! I had everything at home except the chicken sausage, spinach, and grape tomatoes, which cost me about $10.
This is a tasty dish that is not too spicy. If you like more spice, feel free to add something like sriracha, cayenne pepper, or hot chile paste.
This is so easy to make and has a lot of flavor. Great for busy weekday dinners!
These are great grilled in the summer, and you MUST serve them with my peanut dipping sauce! The sauce is so good I want to drink it!
As the name says, this is my daughter Taylor’s favorite marinade for chicken. Marinade for 2 hours or more, but not too long. Overnight is the limit!
Want to make something that tastes like you got it from a gourmet restaurant, but it’s really easy and only takes about 30 minutes? This is your recipe! The trick to 30 minutes is being able to make the sauce, cook the chicken, and boil the pasta all at the same time.
This is my son’s favorite dish. If you don’t like spicy, you can use mild Italian sausage and cut down on the cayenne pepper.
I made this today, and it was declared by one family member to be the best dinner ever! Hint: if one person eats the garlic sauce, everyone must eat the garlic sauce!