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Switch veggies around to your liking. Add more or less. The possibilities are endless and the recipe is very forgiving.
Cheap and easy main or side dish. For a more substantial meal add sun-dried tomatoes, halved grape tomatoes, peas, or leftover chicken. Be creative!!
A quick rice dish that compliments any meal or can be used in a stir fry.
Simple Meatloaf that could also be used for meatball mix.
A quick lunch or dinner plan. Can add more or less of any of the ingredients.
Quick and Easy Dish that will make a great impression on guests. Double the "sauce" to serve over rice or pasta or serve with roasted potatoes and a salad.
Simple addition to any entree. You can also add italian seasoning during the boil for more flavor.
Can be made with chicken breasts as well.
(Adapted from a recipe on Allrecipes)
Quick, easy and child friendly! All measurements can be varied depending on your personal taste without spoiling the chicken. Enjoy!
My Mom is known for her macaroni salad and it is always requested at every event. It's so simple to make and feeds a crowd. To make chopping easier, put all ingredients in a mini chopper. The finer chopped the better.
Fresh zucchini coated in Breadcrumb and Parmesan. Can be baked or fried. You won't stop picking at it!
Don't feel like cooking? Here's a quick and easy way to cook chicken packed full of flavor. My family likes a lot of flavor but you can adjust the seasonings to your own personal preference. Serve with some brown rice and veggies for a complete low carb meal.
Beef and ramen noodles are stir-fried in teriyaki sauce for this healthy meal. Use any veggies you have on hand, broccoli, cauliflower, peas, water chestnuts...the possibilities are endless!
A few key hints to make this the best in flavor, tenderness and presentation. First, make sure pan and oil are heated before adding the chicken, and only flip the chicken Once when shell has formed. Also, pound the chicken before cooking for the most tender, fork cut chicken! Enjoy!
Tired of pot roast recipes using condensed soup? Why not try this out! A roast smothered in herbs, sauce and red wine. This will work with any cut of meat. Serve with mashed potatoes and your favorite vegetable for the ultimate comfort meal. Enjoy!
A new spin on ordinary cutlets. These can also be pan-fried but for a healthier option we bake them. Enjoy!