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(Next up for our Month of Daily Phase One recipes , this amazing and simple recipe with sauteed chicken breasts topped with a sauce flavored with cilantro, ginger, garlic, peanut butter, coconut milk, and red Thai curry paste. This is one of my all-time favorite ways to cook chicken breasts, first posted in 2007. The recipe has been needing new photos for a long time so it makes me very happy to be able to give it an update!) When I featured Thai Kitchen Lite Coconut Milk for Kalyn's Kitchen Picks , along with my recipe for Thai Chicken Soup , I promised another great recipe using coconut milk, and I loved this chicken recipe with coconut milk in the sauce. The recipe has a few key ingredients which are blended to make a creamy peanut/curry/ginger paste. When you heat the paste and mix with coconut milk and chopped cilantro, the result is a highly flavorful, fresh tasting sauce that really bumps up the flavor of whatever you serve it with.
Several times a year I fly to Chicago to visit my oldest daughter and her family. I miss them all so much and can’t wait for my visits to roll around so I can see my grandchildren, my great-grandson, and my sweet daughter and son-in-law. We all are true foodies and when I am there they take me to wonderful restaurants, delicatessens and amazing markets. It’s overwhelming to see an entire grocery store devoted to Italian or Polish food, and the take-out sections in many specialty shops almost leave me speechless..almost. I wish I could take a little bit of everything home with me. I can’t, of course, but I usually manage to tuck little packages of this and that into my suitcase each time I visit so I can experiment with some new ingredient or odd shaped pasta when I get home.
A quick, easy and skinny weeknight meal, this chicken and broccoli Alfredo entree will become a staple in your home. Kids won't complain about having to eat their broccoli when it's mixed with such creamy, cheesy goodness, and you'll love the dish for it's healthier ingredients. Ingredients: 3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts, grilled and cut into chunks (about 2 cups) 2 cups roasted broccoli florets 8 ounces fettuccine
Let me start out by saying that I don’t eat fast food like, ever. Ok, there was that one incident involving McDonalds and a particularly happy happy hour a few weeks ago, but as a general rule of thumb no, never. Greasy burgers and deep fat fried onion rings and fries are totally unhealthy, and I end up feeling like crap for about 2 days afterward indulging. It’s just not even close to worth it. However.
This is one of the go-to dishes I make for my family of six.