Easy Chicken Pot Pie. I’ve got beef with chicken pot pie. The thing is, if I’m going to take the time to make a double pie crust, I’m almost always going to make a fruit pie instead. Even if the chicken mixture is already simmering on the stove, I will grab pints of blueberries from the freezer, the odd half of a vanilla bean, and make pie in a jiffy. To this end, I’ve never had real chicken pot pie inside two crusts. This lazy girl method over toast is as close as it gets in my house. I most definitely did not grow up on chicken pot pie. I grew up in the 80s…when fat-free everything was the rage, and green boxes of Snackwells had their own aisle at the grocery store.
So, chicken pot pie was way too fattening for my house when I was a kid. Lazy Girl Chicken Pot Pie : www.DessertForTwo.com Serves: 2 Ingredients Instructions In a small skillet, add 1 tablespoon of the butter. Notes *The idea to serve chicken pot pie over toast instead of in a crust comes from Rachael Ray's magazine. Quick Dinner: Skillet Chicken with Creamy Cilantro Lime Sauce. - Sallys Baking Addiction. One skillet and 40 minutes is all it takes to transform chicken into a flavor-packed meal! Error loading player: No playable sources found Tell me about your 4th of July!
What did you do? Did you make any of my recipes? Fire up the grill? Seeing how many of you love my recent Asian-inspired salmon recipe inspires me to share more of my dinner favorites. Today I’m going to show you that one skillet is all it takes to transform chicken into something you and your fam will love. Creamy √ buttery √ caramelized onions √ cilantro √ a little spice √ zesty lime √ This meal reminds me of my days waitressing at Chilis! Whomp whomp. So. Now, using the same skillet, make the pan sauce with the smorgasbord of tasty things mentioned above.
For the sauce’s liquids, you’ll use chicken broth and cream. The sauce is easily the best part of this dish. Next step? About 40 minutes start to finish. Ingredients: Directions: Recipe Notes: Adjust the amount of red pepper flakes to your liking. Did you make a recipe? Taco chicken bowls. This recipe is definitely “slow-cooker 101”.
It’s probably one of the first recipes that most people learn to make in their slow-cooker. In fact, some version of Slow Cooker Taco Chicken Bowls is probably included in that little mini recipe book that comes with the slow-cooker when you buy it. BUT, I had to post it because I know there are probably a lot of you who haven’t made it yet and I can’t bear the thought of you missing out. This recipe is great for bachelors, students, or the chronically busy because it’s a “dump and heat” recipe. All you do is dump all of the ingredients together in a pot, and let it cook. Of course you’ll need to make the rice separate but even if you’re one of those people who can never get rice right, there is hope.
I’m a black bean lover so next time I’m going to use two cans (or two can’s worth of homemade) beans and extend the recipe even further. Oh, also, this freezes well. Okay, one more thing. Slow Cooker Taco Chicken Bowls taco chicken bowls Total time. Roasted Garlic Chicken Puffs. Here’s one recipe which is famous in Spain. You can actually find these little bundles in bakeries and bars. But if you don’t live in Spain you are in bad luck! But that’s why I am here. Here is the everything you need to know about making Roasted Garlic Chicken Puffs. INGREDIENTS: 1 lb chicken breasts 2 oz pkgs cream cheese 1/2 cup shredded Swiss 1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar 2 tbsp fresh chopped garlic 2 tsp chives 1/2 cup green onions DIRECTIONS Cook chicken and shred into fine chunks. Add minced garlic to cooking chicken and cook until garlic is browned/reduced.
Place remaining ingredients in a mixing bowl, add warm chicken mix and incorporate. Spoon apps 2-3 tbsp of filling into canned crescent roll and cook as per directions. I recommend buying at least 4 cans of the large flaky rolls as the mixture goes a long way. Southwest Chicken Skillet. So, you remember how much you love those Taco Chicken Bowls? And how they’re so easy because you just pour everything into the slow cooker and press go? Well guess what… You can do it in a skillet, too! Except this Southwest Chicken Skillet only takes about 30 minutes! #nolies As long as you have some precooked chicken, whether from a store bought rotisserie or some shredded chicken that you made yourself, those yummy taco chicken bowls are about a half hour away from being in your belly.
This Southwest Chicken Skillet version may even be a bit easier because there’s no need to cook the rice separately—it cooks right along with the beans, salsa, and other goods in the skillet. I don’t know why beans, rice, and salsa are so good together, but I hope I never stop discovering new ways to eat them together. Southwest Chicken Skillet Southwest Chicken Skillet Total Cost: $5.21 Cost Per Serving: $1.30 Serves: 4-6 Ingredients Instructions Notes Step by Step Photos First step – so easy. Related Videos.
Campbell's Lemon Thyme Chicken Crunch Recipe. Greek Marinated Chicken. Need something easy and flavorful to throw on the grill this weekend? This is it. The marinade (similar to what I used for this Chicken Shawarma ) takes just a few minutes to stir together and creates an absolute explosion of flavor. It’s incredible. I only marinated my chicken in this magical mix for 30 minutes, but the flavor was still loud and clear. I served this with my Lemony Cucumber and Couscous Salad, which was the perfect cold summer side, and incorporated both starches and vegetables into the meal. Greek Marinated Chicken Greek Marinated Chicken Total time Total Cost: $8.97 Cost Per Serving: $1.12 Serves: 8 pieces Ingredients 1 cup plain yogurt $0.63 2 Tbsp olive oil $0.32 4 cloves garlic, minced $0.32 ½ Tbsp dried oregano $0.08 1 medium lemon $0.49 ½ tsp salt $0.02 freshly cracked pepper $0.05 ¼ bunch fresh parsley $0.20 3½ to 4 lbs chicken pieces $6.86 Instructions Notes This recipe is extra garlicky.
Step by Step Photos First prepare the marinade. Campbell's Skillet Garlic Chicken Recipe. Campbell's Lemon Broccoli Chicken Recipe.