I love chicken salad. It’s creamy, crunchy, and versatile. Best of all, I can make it without turning on the stove or oven, as long as I have leftover chicken or some canned chicken in my pantry. This makes chicken salad perfect for those warmer days.
I love that this meal is cooked in the oven in only one pan. I love that it cooks for 1 hour without requiring any of my attention. I love that it calls for leg quarters because they are usually the most inexpensive cut of chicken, so this recipe helps our family stick to our grocery budget. The best part is that it’s a delicious and family friendly meal, too.
Slow Cooker Stuffed Chicken and Potatoes is a simple and delicious recipe for a nearly complete meal from your slow cooker. A chicken is stuffed and “roasted” in the slow cooker atop a bed of russet potatoes. The end result is chicken, stuffing, and baked potatoes that are cooked while you’re at work. All you need to do when you come home is cook a vegetable or throw together a salad. Slow Cooker Stuffed Chicken and Potatoes allows you to have a fancy Sunday Dinner on a weeknight.
This is a very simple Chicken Farfalle Alfredo recipe that is made entirely in the pressure cooker. There’s no need to pre-cook the noodles prior to putting them into the pressure cooker. This recipe gives new meaning to fast food.
This is my family’s favorite version of Buffalo Chicken Dip. It’s mild, creamy, delicious, and quite possibly addictive. The best part is that you simply throw everything in the slow cooker and give it a stir halfway through the cooking time and a few minutes before serving. Its very easy to make this Buffalo Chicken Dip in the slow cooker.
This is one of the simplest ways to prepare a chicken. Stick a whole seasoned chicken in the crockpot in the morning and turn it on low. Eight hours later, you return home to a delicious, juicy, fall of the bone chicken. My chicken has cooked as long as 10 hours with no problem. Add a salad and some potatoes or rice, and you have a complete meal. If you don’t want to eat the chicken right away, the meat can be removed from the bones, and shredded to be used to make chicken salad, enchiladas, and added to soup. […]
This is the latest of our foil pouch combinations. What can be simpler than throwing ingredients into a foil pouch and tossing it on the grill? This is a simple and delicious combination. Potatoes tossed with onions, and mini peppers are layered with chicken tossed with barbecue sauce before sealing them in a foil pouch and grilling for 15 to 20 minutes until done. The finished dinner is loaded with the delicious flavors of summer and clean up is as easy as throwing away the foil when you’re through. It seems that our foil pouches are made from what we […]
Last week, I published my recipe for Teriyaki sauce. This week, I want to share some of the ways I use that recipe to make Teriyaki Chicken. It’s not uncommon for me to put all of the teriyaki sauce ingredients into a zip top bag before adding chicken. I put this bag into the freezer so that I have ready made teriyaki marinated chicken which can be cooked in a variety of different ways. One of the easiest ways to prepare this chicken is on the stove top. Put the chicken along with the marinade into a large diameter pan […]
This is a simple and delicious chicken recipe that I make frequently. The process is very simple, and the final product is very tasty. I prefer using boneless chicken breasts when I cook it on the stove and bone in pieces when I make it in the crockpot. This recipe is versatile because it can be cooked immediately, but if you want to do this ahead, all of the ingredients can be placed into a zip top bag and stored in the freezer then thawed in the refrigerator for 24 hours before beginning with the cooking process. (Sauteing the onions […]
The idea for this recipe came from two separate places. First, the idea for the chicken came from Grandma Lynda’s YouTube Channel. The idea for the mashed potatoes came from the cookbook which came with the electric pressure cooker that I received for Christmas. I wanted to make “fried” chicken and mashed potatoes, so I decided to see if I could make both dishes in the pressure cooker at the same time. I began by peeling several potatoes and cutting them into quarters. These were arranged in the bottom of my pressure cooker. To these, I added 1/2 stick of […]