Your family is going to gobble up this cheesy, southwestern and easy chicken enchilada casserole…and will ask for it again and again. It’s real comfort food! —Melanie Burns, Pueblo West, Colorado Skip links
We go to the annual Salt Lake City Greek Festival for the awesome food. This chicken with lemon and spices is a great way to mix up our menu, and my kids are big fans! —Camille Beckstrand, Layton, Utah Skip links
Za'atar, a mixture of herbs traditionally used in Middle Eastern cooking, takes this braised chicken recipe from basic to brilliant. Add French green lentils, chopped carrots, and green olives to make it a one-pot meal.
Everyone raves about how sweet the sauce is for these slow-cooked chicken thighs. They’re such a breeze because they simmer away while you do other things. They’re ideal appetizers, but you can also add your favorite side for a nice meal. —Kim Puckett, Reagan, Tennessee Skip links
Hey September Second, you're lookin' good today! Today, I'm going to share with you one of my favorite recipes in the history of recipes. These Chicken Street Tacos came together by accident and my goodness, It's probably one of the happiest accidents that I've had in the kitchen to date. It's time for Fall. It's 62 degrees outside right now. The windows are open. Pepper is wearing the cutest little button down jean shirt and leggings. And here I am, in my pajamas still. Mom-life at its best. Pepper will forever be better dressed than me, but I'm okay
Let's be honest. Some nights, no matter how hard we try, making dinner just feels impossible. Lately every night I have been feeling that way. By the time dinner comes around I am exhausted and the last thing I want to do is cook. However we are trying to eat at home more often and eat healthy, so...
This is a recipe that I have had bookmarked for a loooong time. However, I had no success whatsoever in finding real lo mein noodles in the grocery store. I looked at my usual grocery store, which is normally great for finding somewhat unusual or less than mainstream ingredients, but no luck. I looked at …
Choosing cheaper cuts of meat is one of the most basic ways to save money on groceries. A long time ago I began to buy boneless, skinless chicken thighs more than chicken breasts, mostly because the flavor is better, but thighs are also cheaper than breasts! If you buy chicken thighs that are bone-in and skin-on, though, you'll save even more money. I recently saw bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs for $0.69 per lb! Even better, this recipe for crispy roasted chicken thighs is a family favorite! One of my favorite bloggers/podcasters to follow is the Lazy Genius, who has a