A one pot dinner, chicken, potatoes and carrots. Comfort food that's great for a cold winter's evening. Serve with a side salad and a thick slice of crusty bread. Makes good leftovers too. I don't cook with any added salt, and I found the gravy powder was salty enough for us, but if you like, you can add salt to your own liking. You can also substitute sweet potatoes in place of the white ones for added nutrition.
I made these with a bunch of herbs that I grew this year. If you don't have fresh herbs, you can use dried. I've done this in the oven, and even in one of those microwave steamer bags. (That took about 15 minutes of cooking time in the bag) I make all my recipes at home with no salt, but I post it in recipes cuz I know most people still like to use it.) If you choose not to use salt, substitute about 1/2-1 tsp cayenne pepper for added flavour.
Oven Fried Chicken cuts down on the fat from deep frying. Has a creamy, oniony sauce. Great dish for a winter's night. You can prepare the chicken ahead of time, and then pop in the oven when you're ready for it.
This is the yummiest fruit dip!
Makes kids eat their fruit no problem!
You can adjust the amount of sugar added, by reducing it if you wish. I've made it with as little as 2 tablspoons of sugar. I use light cream cheese, but really, what difference does it make with this recipe!?
A very healthy mixture of all kinds of veggies, grilled to perfection! The best way to cook them is on a BBQ wok, (Square metal pan with holes in it) but I have also done it in a foil pan in the oven in winter. If you don't have a BBQ wok, you can use a foil pan on the BBQ, it works.
This is my version of the salisbury steak you get from the frozen dinner section of the grocery store! And yup, I serve it with mashed potatoes and corn too! I don't make mine with any added salt or pepper, but you can add to your own tastes if you want.