I've made this for years and tweaked it from inspiration on the back of a Bisquick box. It is always so tasty and comforting. This method produces light and fluffy dumplings not the noodle kind. Great with the chicken and pot liquor on top. Cooking time includes time to take the chicken off the bone. You can substitue thigh meat if you prefer dark meat, I would use 6 thighs for 4 people.
I've had this recipe for years and it comes from "The Caribbean Pantry Cookbook" by Steven Raichlen. It is best if made and stored a few weeks to a month, but can be drank right away. But be patient and let it age. My husband calls it 'nectar of the Gods'. It takes a little time to prep but worth it I assure you. Do not substitute ground spices, it will not turn out the same at all.
I am posting this so I don't lose it but if you are looking for something that is different for your chili but still very tasty this is the one. I won "Most Unique" in a chili cook off with this one. You can add beans if you like, we don't care for them in our chili. It is even better the second day.
Usually I make Chicken Piccata as whole chicken breast filets as a main dish and serve with sides and salad for a full meal. For this dish, I was looking for a single plate meal that was delicious and flavorful. So I mixed it up a little bit to create this dish. Use one pot to cook the pasta and a large sauté pan to cook the rest. Time is in the prep but I do it as I am cooking so start to finish is less than 30 minutes. Take the three minutes to gather ingredients before you start. I list the items below in their desired prep but I actually do the prep while cooking. Have a medium bowl sitting nearby to hold cooked food while working on others.
I'm too busy to brown ribs before crock potting so I just skim the fat off after they have cooked. This is so simple and delicious. Throw it together and then serve with brown rice for a simple hearty meal.
I found this recipe in Georgia Living Magazine which I picked up at the Georgia Welcome Center. I made these and we all loved the light delicate texture and taste of these simple to make rolls. The name of the recipe creator is Barbara Whatley. Preparation time includes dough rising.
I found this recipe also in Georgia Living Magazine. It is both elegant and delicious. The author of the recipe is Norma Grizzle. Preparation time includes baking time. Can be made ahead and heated in microwave for service. NOTE: If serving for a buffet like Thanksgiving, you can stretch and have 12 servings -one potato per person.
Simple crockpot recipe for chicken. As a side dish, cook whole wheat pasta as directed on box, add a package of arugula, and the sauce from the chicken. Serve with a green salad and you have a great meal that won't heat up your kitchen.
I used to serve these at my bed and breakfast on cool mornings to get my guests started off right. The oatmeal needs to be mixed the night before so plan ahead. It will be worth the wait. It is also great with 1 cup of blueberries added to the syrup for blueberry pecan oatmeal pancakes.
My best friend introduced me to this salad years ago and I've been hooked ever since. I shared it at family functions over the last year and now it is always requested. Sounds complicated but it really isn't. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.