If you serve ham at the holidays, don’t discard the ham bone — it beautifully flavors beans and soups, and this easy pressure cooker recipe is a great way to take advantage of it. After the craziness of the holiday, you can put the soup on, put your feet up, and get ready for some comfort food.
When we ate chicken when I was a kid, it was always boneless skinless chicken breasts. This recipe was a delicious introduction into crispy, juicy, skin-on chicken thighs.
You can adapt this salad to take advantage of whatever vegetables are in season, or swap the quinoa for couscous or farro.
This simple but delicious meal starts by browning the seasoned chicken thighs and then finishing them in the oven alongside roasting carrots, potatoes, and onions.