As the weather gets colder in the evenings, I like using my oven a lot. Mainly, you don’t have to hover over the stove stop as much while cooking. It also makes the house warm, which is kind of nice in the winter. Also, there’s usually an amazing aroma that spreads nicely through the house.
We celebrated my husband’s birthday this week with lots of friends at our house that we’ve known for a long time. I decided to make the group some of our favorite Mexican dishes like pork carnitas and chicken tinga. It was hard for me to calculate how much food to buy and I ended up … Continue reading Chicken Enchiladas
I love Thai food, especially the curries. I have made red, green, tofu, and massaman beef curries many times and have the recipes here for you to try. Out of all the curries I think massaman curry is my favorite. It is relatively easy to make as there are not-too-many ingredients. I start with a … Continue reading Massaman Chicken Curry
This week I picked up a rotisserie chicken to make my Chicken Tinga recipe. After that, I had some leftovers of the rotisserie chicken. I decided to use it to make white chicken chili.
Several months ago a friend of ours served chicken pot pie at a get together. It came from a local shop and was pretty good! Since then I checked out many recipes on the Internet for inspiration, and developed an easy and flavorful way to make a pot pie in under an hour.
I love making quick and easy stir-fry dishes at home. It doesn’t take too long to make and it doesn’t have to cost much either. You can control the balance of meat or other protein that you use, and what type and how many vegetables you want to include.
When my husband and I were students and had very little money to spend, one splurge was to go to an Indian buffet. This was a chance to enjoy a variety of South Asian meals that I didn’t have experience making at home. One of my favorite dishes ‒ like so many people ‒ was … Continue reading Tandoori Chicken
Are you looking for a fast and easy 30-minute dinner idea? I have so many in mind it’s hard to write them all up. This one came to me when I bought some rotisserie chicken from the store last week. It was very hot so I didn’t want to turn my oven on at home. … Continue reading Chicken Tinga
For the past few weeks I have been harvesting quite a bit of zucchini from our garden. Let me tell you it was a battle to grow these zucchini! First we were fighting off deer. We put up a fence. Then came rabbits. We had to add a layer of chicken wiring to keep those … Continue reading Chicken Tagine
I have been writing and testing quick and easy side dishes for my website and my YouTube channel. Quick and easy means these recipes have a small list of ingredients and they take less than 20 minutes to cook.