These simple chicken tenders are a quick, easy protein to pack for lunch.
Fried rice is versatile, weeknight dish that’s just as good using fresh ingredients or the week’s leftovers.
These baked chicken tenders are moist and whimsical, due to a crispy coating of crushed Cheez-It crackers, making them the perfect weeknight meal for kids.
This fresh and easy bowl of couscous, chopped cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, chicken, olives, and hummus, is an easy weeknight dinner that appeals to adults and kids alike.
Nostalgia for a childhood favorite (Ramen noodles) and the new habit of cabbage-based salads for dinner has introduced this to our dinner rotation. Cilantro, bell peppers, and a vinaigrette of ginger, lime, and jalapeño keep the salad fresh.
With just fifteen minutes of hands-on prep, you can make delicious, moist chicken equally suited to serve to friends for dinner or to use as a jump-start for a week’s worth of meals.
Stock your freezer with shredded cooked chicken with this simple recipe. You’ll be ready to make chicken tacos, chicken pizza, or chicken bowls any night of the week.
Marinate chicken in lemon juice, chili powder, and salt overnight. Combine with yogurt, garam masala, and ground ginger. Sauté onion and more spices spices, and add everything to the slow cooker.
Layer corn tortillas, sautéed chicken and onions, and queso fresco, and chipotle tomato sauce, and bake for an incredibly warm and satisfying casserole.
Chicken, stewed in herbs, white wine, Rotel, and canned tomatoes and then served over Chili Rice makes an easy and satisfying weeknight meal.
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