Bang Bang Chicken is a perfect appetizer for any occasion. It features extra crispy chicken bites drizzled with an amazing creamy sweet chili sauce. On top of that, it’s quick and easy to prepare!
Chicken Pot Pie in Puff Pastry is a great alternative to the traditional one enclosed in pastry. It’s the ultimate comfort food, packed full of goodness and simple to prepare. The most time-consuming part of the preparation is cutting the chicken and the vegetables.
What do you make when you have some red wine, chicken thighs, and mushrooms that need to be used? Why Coq au Vin of course! If you didn’t know, Coq au Vin is a classic French dish of chicken cooked in red wine with onions, carrots, garlic, mushrooms and fresh herbs added.
Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken Thighs is a snap to make and absolutely delicious. This was a first at grilling chicken thighs, so I decided to try a different marinade and basting sauce than I typically use. I thought I’d try honey mustard. Boy was it good!
If you’re looking for a perfect dish to serve for your Cinco de Mayo celebration, look no further. Chicken Enchiladas with Red Chili Sauce is easy to make, and absolutely delicious to eat!
Sous vide is a French cooking technique whereby vacuum sealed food is cooked in a temperature controlled water bath for an extended period of time. This technique produces incredible Chicken Thighs that I finish off with Mushroom Cream Sauce.
I was sitting at the kitchen counter this morning looking at Jacques Pépin’s Chicken Jardinière in the Kindle version of Heart and Soul in the Kitchen when the Master Taste Tester walked by. He saw the picture of the dish and commented on how good it looked.
The other night, I was watching a cooking episode with Jacques Pépin on PBS Create TV. One of the dishes that he made was Poulet à la Crème. Poulet à la Crème is a superb dish that’s easy enough to make for week night dinners, but elegant enough for your special dinner party.
In this last Mardi Gras themed blog, I’m featuring Julia Child’s Chicken and Mushroom Roulades from The Way to Cook. Roulades are type of crêpe dish. If you’re wondering what in the world this has to do with Mardi Gras, the answer is “pancakes!”
Stir-Fried Chicken and Bok Choy with Crispy Noodle Cake is the perfect dish for the Master Taste Tester to become the chef. That relegates me to being the sous chef. What this means is that I get all of the ingredients ready, and then step aside to let the Master Taste Tester do the actual…
I actually watch very little television. One thing, however, that I do watch is America’s Test Kitchen/Cooks Country on the local PBS station. I often find myself thinking that I should make whatever has just been demonstrated.
As you probably know, a recipe that includes the word “Florentine” has spinach in it. Chicken Florentine Casserole is no exception. Now that the holidays have passed, I thought I should focus on both “healthy” meals, and meals that could be frozen and reheated when time is of the essence.