Here are 8 chicken recipes. Everything from noodle soups, to hot oozy sandwiches and chicken stews. Mexican, Asian, America and Indian cuisines are all featured in this round up. These 8 chicken recipes will be perfect for bringing some new inspiration to your weekly food menu.
Erin from Well Plated says “While I’m usually pretty good at planning ahead on weekends, on weeknights (i.e. Taco Tuesday), I rarely start cooking before 7, which means our dinners fall into the category of what can I throw on the grill/oven/stove as immediately as possible? Answer: Ginger Chicken Tacos.”
by Erin Clarke of Well Plated
Holidays when she was a child with her parents in Asia were part of Holly from The Healthy Hunter’s inspiration for this soup. She says “Traveling to Asia as a young child and continuing those travels all the way through adulthood has instilled in me two things: a love of travel and a love of Asian food.”
“Let’s talk about this over-the-top, magnificent sandwich shall we? Shredded chicken with hot buffalo sauce and cheeses; a layer of bacon and more cheese; perfectly grilled and toasted with butter. Oh, HELLOOOO,” says Maria from Smorgaseats.
This grilled chicken with peanut sauce is served with a cooling sesame cucumber salad. The recipe requires minimal fuss and feels super indulgent!” Amy from The Cook Report says. It can be cooked on a cast iron grill or a BBQ.
“This recipe is the first time I have ever cooked with, or eaten barley, and I have to say I’m super impressed with it.” Sal from Berry Sweet Life continues – “It’s definitely going to be a staple in my pantry from now on. It cooks fairly quickly, has a nutty-grainy taste to it, the texture is pleasant (a little chewy / a little pasta-like) and it’s really GOOD FOR YOU.
Caroline from RD-licious says “Recently I stumbled upon a bag of chickpea breadcrumbs at my local Fresh Market and obviously had to get them, not knowing what I would do with them at that time, just knowing I would put them to good use at some point. And BOOM! They made the most perfect coating for these crispy chicken tenders.”
Romain of Glebe Kitchen is disappointed with restaurant Tandoori Chicken. “I can make better tandoori chicken at home and so can you. Charcoal grills help a lot. It will work with gas but it won’t have that charcoal magic to push it over the top.”
This apricot, chicken and freekeh salad is a stunning summer salad. A treat for the eyes as well as the taste buds, using the new on-trend grain freekeh! I have only just discovered freekeh, but it works well in this salad. Alternatively bulghar wheat, pearl barley or even couscous could be used instead.
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