A lightly curried sweet way to cook chicken when you don't want to stand over the stove. I don't remember where I got this from.
I like using breasts but use whatever you like.
I also like skinning the chicken to cut down on the fat.
I like Chicken Cordon Bleu... but not as much as it likes to stick to my stomach, rear, and legs. I've created this healthier version to serve instead, and my family really enjoys it. I hope you do too!
I recently purchased the new Hungry Girl Cookbook and this is one of the recipes that I really want to try. It uses ground Fiber One Cereal to make the "breading." Here is what the book says: " Trust me, these chicken strips will quickly become a staple in your diet. (The serving size is huge, so feel free to save some for later!)."
I found this recipe on Tastefully Simple's website. I'm posting it here to save it. It uses their Onion Onion seasoning but Recipezaar didn't recognize that ingredient so I had to list it as dehydrated onion.
I saw the asparagus in the produce section today and decided to come up with a recipe for dinner tonight. This is what I came up with - both DH and myslef loved it. Easy enough for any day, but "fancy" enough for a dinner party.
I served these with fingerling potatoes roasted with olive oil and rosemary.
The deli at our local market sells the most wonderful Cajun turkey meat. It has just enough spice for me. I have a high sensitivity to spicy/acidic food. It blisters my mouth, so I have to be careful. This recipe is the closest I've found to duplicate the recipe. You could always pare down the size of the bird you're cooking.
Great weeknight dinner; cooked stovetop in 30 minutes with tons of flavor. After the chicken was taken from the pan, I melted a pat of butter and sauteed 2 inch asparagus pieces in the same, uncleaned skillet, with chicken and garlic drippings. Courtesy of Kraft Food and Family Magazine.
This recipe comes from the restaurant "Brennan's" located in New Orleans. No one has to know how simple and quick it is. I posted this recipe exactly as it was in the book, however, if you like a little "heat" please feel free to add some cayenne pepper to taste.
Okay, so you have a few dishes to wash, but these little morsels taste so much better than fast food...and are better for you and your kids (who, by the way, are going to love them :)) Serve the chicken nuggets with any of your favorite dipping sauces - ketchup, mayonnaise, honey mustard, your favorite barbecue sauce, or even Chinese duck sauce. These could be served as tasty appetizers, too.