I stole this idea from a restaurant called the Economy Shoe Shop in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I fell in love with it and almost bit the servers hand off when he tried to take away the leftovers. My home made version is just as good (and extremely filling)
Sooo good. My mom hooked me on this, I am just posting here to get the nutrition info because I tend to eat the WHOLE thing when I make it! When I am trying to limit my carb intake I make it with brussel sprouts only.
This is sooo healthy and tastes sooo good! And a one-dish meal to boot! Boneless chicken breasts work just as well as bone-in (same cooking time), and don't worry if you don't have any vermouth or wine, I hardly ever make this using alcohol and I never feel like there is something missing. Green beans or asparagus can be used instead of broccoli.
I made this last Thanksgiving and I have requests for a repeat performance this year! I have not met a single person that hasn't like this, because it's light but rich! This dessert really lives up to its name!
Mmmmmmm.... this is all I ate for dinner tonight and I am stuffed! One serving 'll do ya! I was mostly curious to see the calories in this dish :) P.S. I usually omit the green peppers (yuck!) and it turns out great!
These classic cornbread muffins are oh-so easy to make! And best of all, you will probably already have almost all of the ingredients on hand! Just pick up some cornmeal in the bulk section of your supermarket, and walaahh... Cornbread muffins!