This is a delicious stove top chicken dish, for those of you who prefer dark meat over white, and if your kitchen is not equipped with an oven. I used my Dutch oven, but any cast iron pot is suitable.
Super Bowl is fast approaching, so besides shoveling all the snow Jonas dumped on us, it’s time to plan the party menu.
Today I am providing you with links to my previous party food posts.
Please stay tuned for a very interesting party food recipe in my next week’s post…:-)
The onset of chilly weather makes us crave comfort foods, so slow cooking chili sounded like the right thing to prepare.
The original recipe is by Betty Crocker, but since I customized it a bit, I will post my version for you.
Skinless chicken breast meat is so wonderful to cook with, since there are myriad of ways to prepare it, while keeping it low-fat and healthful.
This recipe would easily fit into the Fat Smash Diet menu, as well as Weight Watchers, and I am sure for many others.
Europeans love serving various home-made sauces with their meats and potatoes.
Even though pasta and rice often accompanies meat dishes, potatoes are most popular.
One of those sauces widely used in Eastern Europe, is a Fresh Dill Cream Sauce, which pairs great with Varenyky, Meatless Holubtsy, Palushky, Kendle, Vegetarian Burgers, etc.