Skillet Mushroom Chicken Thigh Recipe | Damn Delicious. Golden brown, super juicy, tender chicken thigh recipe, smothered in a garlicky, mushroom butter sauce. 30 min. So quick, so so good! Save Chicken thighs. Cremini mushrooms. Tons of garlic. All the butter. No, wait, I had pizza on Friday but I legit had this three days in a row, and it was so so good. The chicken thighs were cooked perfectly – golden brown, juicy, melt-in-your mouth – which paired with the softened, tender cremini mushrooms swimming in the garlicky, buttery sauce infused with all the fresh thyme leaves. Save I love the mushrooms so much – they soak up all the juicy bits! Serve with: Golden brown, super juicy, tender chicken smothered in a garlicky, mushroom butter sauce. 30 min. Entree Skillet Mushroom Chicken Thighs 15 minutes15 minutes Chungah Rhee Ingredients: Directions: Season chicken with 1 teaspoon salt and 1/2 teaspoon pepper.
Did you Make This Recipe? Tag @damn_delicious on Instagram and hashtag it #damndelicious. Chicken Rice and Cheese Casserole. If you’re looking for the most comforting and easy dinner – look no further! This Chicken Rice and Cheese Casserole is truly perfection! Back in the old Tucson days, this Chicken Rice and Cheese Casserole was a staple at one of my best friends houses. Her mom was an incredible cook and I remember calling every week or so and asking what was on the menu for dinner so I could go join.
(side note- this ice box cake was her moms idea too so you understand how genius this woman is!) This Chicken Rice and Cheese Casserole made an appearance quite often because it’s basically taking leftovers from the night before and transforming them into something special. Have some leftover rice – done. Perhaps you have some rotisserie chicken from the store left in the fridge from a sandwich – game on. 5 Tips from a Private Chef email series Get my latest recipes + my bonus 5 Tips From a Private Chef email series Gaby Preheat the oven to 375° F.Cook the rice according to the package directions.
Barbecue Loco Moco Recipe. Spicy Chicken and Waffles Sandwiches. Nashville-style spicy, this crispy chicken is sandwiched between two waffles with a cool yogurt sauce for a fabulous southern slider. By Phillip Fryman Nashville is one of the best cuisine spots in the nation. Along with the city’s great innovative fusion cuisine, this ditty dreamer’s Mecca is home to some insanely good classic Southern soul food. A unique twist on a southern staple, Nashville hot chicken has become the official food of the city. My homemade take on the blazing bite– Spicy Chicken and Waffles Sandwiches. Now… I feel like I need a disclosure.
When we say hot chicken around these parts, we mean HAWT. Luckily, by making this at home, you can adjust based on your taste. You’ve got to have a vehicle to deliver hell’s chicken. Toss whatever extras you want on top. Follow us: @SouthernFATTY on Twitter | SouthernFATTY on Facebook Spicy Chicken and Waffles Sandwiches Author: Phillip Fryman Recipe Type: Main Cuisine: Southern. Stovetop Lasagna Recipe. Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love. I get the feeling people either love or hate potato salad. I always said I was a hater because I was brought up to think that anything with mayo was bad. Plus, I’m not really a fan of cold food (unless it’s ice cream of course). I have since learned that certain uses of mayo are OK, but I am still not the hugest fan. Enter this salad. The eggs are good, so good, but yeah, if you plan to make this for a picnic this summer keep the eggs in a cooler.
And of course if you are not a fan of eggs, you can just leave them out, but I kind of love the eggs. But lets talk about the dressing. Anyway, the dressing is kind of a creamy almond butter, chimichurri thing. I also used a lot of fresh basil and a little lemon juice to keeps things super light and summery. I added some grilled asparagus to the mix as well. And that’s pretty much it. Oh, and pretty freaking healthy. So you see, it’s kind of the perfect side to serve for a large group of people. And honestly, a huge bummer. And those eggs?!? How do I make loco moco? - Quora. Slow Cooker Bacon Bourbon Baked Beans. Things you did this weekend? Tell me. Things I did this weekend? -watched some sort of disgusting insect build a nest/cocoon/filfthy mansion underneath my husband’s garage door and had a complete meltdown about it. I looooooathe bugs. -dropped my iPhone in a vat of buttercream. -drank a dark chocolate bourbon cherry soda float. -watched The Notebook and pretended it was real life.
-met Mario Batali and watched him cook some sauseeeeeege. -bought a million (more) pieces of neon clothing because I live for the 90s. -reminisced about how I used to hairspray the front of my hair into this crazy wave thing while wearing hideous 4-inch raised platform flip flops. -and made baked beans from scratch! I can’t even believe it. And I’ve totally decided that beans are one of my favorite foods. So beans it is.
But anyway… bacon, avocados and chocolate would round out the list. And now I can easily say I won’t ever grab baked beans in a can again. Summer here we come! Crockpot Bacon Bourbon Baked Beans. Sweet n' Spicy Chicken Bowls. I’ve wanted to make a BBQ Chicken “bowl” meal for a couple weeks now. I love bowl meals because they are easy to prepare, hold up well in the fridge, and offer a great variety of flavors and textures. But I recently started doing Jacqueline Smith’s Go Sugar Free course (affiliate link) and traditional BBQ sauce, which is laden with sugar, is not part of the plan. So, I replaced the BBQ sauce in my original recipe concept with a lightly sweetened honey spice rub (similar to the one used in my Honey Spice Chicken Thighs), and these Sweet n’ Spicy Chicken Bowls were born!
(The sugar free course is customizable and allows you to include some sweeteners, if needed. I included honey specifically for the purpose of balancing acids and heat in sauces and dressings, knowing that it would always be used sparingly.) I was lucky enough to get an avocado on sale for $0.98, but if they’re a little pricy in your area, you can try using a little shredded cheese instead. Sweet n' Spicy Chicken Bowls Rice. Curried Potatoes with Poached Eggs. Jet lag from my vacation has been hitting me hard, but I found the time in between naps yesterday to make it to the grocery and cook up a good meal to last me through the end of the week. I’ve had this idea for Curried Potatoes with Poached Eggs kicking around in the back of my head for a couple months now, so I decided it was the perfect no-brainer thing to make while I try to shake my brain out of vacation mode.
I love making quick tomato curry sauces because they’re super fast and provide tremendous flavor to anything (see Quick Curried Chickpeas). This time around I used potatoes as my inexpensive bulk ingredient and added eggs to provide protein and keep me full. A little fresh cilantro on top gives the dish a fresh note and balances the spicy curry (you can use mild curry powder if preferred). Curried Potatoes with Poached Eggs Total Cost: $5.39 Cost Per Serving: $1.35 Serves: 4 Ingredients Instructions Wash the potatoes well, then cut into ¾-inch cubes. Notes Step by Step Photos. 11 Perfect Homemade Lasagna Recipes. Avocado with Curried Chicken (Rewind Recipe) You’re gonna want to sit down for this. Which, you probably are already, so never mind. Okay, have you ever heard of serving avocado halves warm like this?
Apparently the Avocado Advisory Board brought this idea to the table (RA RAAAA) back in the late ’60s. Then it became crazy popular in the ’70s. Did you even know about this? Iiiiit’s another Rewind Recipe! This oldie barely slid by my pre-1980 requirement with its original 1979 copyright date. I have no idea why this one stuck out to me. But first, look what you do here. You’ll sauté a sexy combo of apples, onions, garlic and curry powder in a half a stick of butter. Then you’ll add make a rich sauce with flour and cream. Add some pre-seared chicken breast to the sauce and let it simmer for about ten minutes. Could we just look at this mess for a moment? Okay these are the layers, just to go over this again, because I know you’re seriously wiggin’ right now. * FRESH AVOCADO HALVES. . * creamy chicken curry sauce allllllll over it. Polenta Bowl with Garlicky Spinach, Chicken Sausage & Poached Egg Recipes from The Kitchn. Ever notice how you go through phases with certain dishes — practically living off of them for months and then one day you just...stop?
Back when my husband and I first moved in together, polenta featured big in our weekly meal routine. It was easy, it was cheap, and it was darn good, especially with a handful of shredded cheese stirred into the pot. But time flies and tastes change, and I recently realized that it had been years since I last made polenta for a simple weeknight meal. Today's one-bowl meal is a reminder of how good warm polenta and a handful of fresh ingredients can truly be. My unintended polenta hiatus might have stretched even longer if it weren't for a recipe from Sarah Copeland's new book Feast — an easy supper of polenta topped with a sautéed winter greens, a poached egg, and blue cheese. Finding this recipe produced such an instant craving that I made it that very night, hitting three different grocery stores in pursuit of radicchio. Polenta is back, baby! Serves 4. Creamy Chicken and Jalapeno Enchiladas. I think we should cover Monday in a cream sauce.
Matter of fact, did you hear that in Uzbekistan, the translation for Monday is in fact “cream sauce?” Yeah, it’s a relatively new thing so don’t try to look it up just yet. But the trickster hook is that this cream sauce isn’t just a regular cream sauce. Oh ho ho no, pigeons. How did that go down, you ask? Me, “You’re going to LOVE these enchiladas. Him, “Looks really good. Me, sweating, “You tell ME. Him, “No cheese? Me, armpits sliding off my body in a river, “Nope! Him, “Hmmm. Me, morphing into a human pond, “WRONG! He tastes it. “IT’S CREAM CHEEEEESE, SUCKA!! Him, “Is that a cockroach behind your left foot?” Who knew only half a block of cream cheese could bring about such beauty and wonderment in this world. And overactive sweat glands, but whatever. Don’t wait even a day to make this.
Creamy Chicken and Jalapeno Enchiladas: What it took for 4: Preheat oven to 350. Pour about 1/2 cup of the sauce over the bottom of a 9×13 baking dish. Giant Mozzarella-Stuffed Meatball and Pasta Bake. I have no words. Let me rephrase that. I almost have no words. If there’s anything on this site that I would rightly beg you to make, it’s THIS. GLORY BE, IT IS THIS. First of all, it’s another one-pan dish, lover. But check it, it’s the meatballs that may and will rock your entire face off. First of all, they’re extremely huge. Annnnnd they’re stuffed with fresh mozzeralla, so we can all just give up and retire now. I can’t remember if it’s cool or not to show you raw meat on a food blog, so I’m just doing it. See how those enorno balls are nestled on that sauce and spaghetti? Just look at that nestle. I swear, when you pull this out of the oven, it’s one of those moments where you hope no one is around, and your windows are closed, and the local news isn’t down the street, and no one knows where you live, because you will squeal.
And THEN you cut into a meatball and see all that insane cheese oozing out all over your life? Just stop. Stop. Never stop. Like, I am begging you. Gets no better. Monte Cristo Breakfast Casserole - The Suburban Soapbox. Loaded with ham, turkey and gooey cheese, this Monte Cristo Breakfast casserole is the best brunch dish ever. No need to make it in advance because you can easily assemble it in minutes and bake it right before your guests are ready to eat. I know, it’s good Friday and I’m posting about ham and turkey but let’s look at this as last minute preparation for Easter Sunday. I don’t think I posted any fish recipes for you at all during lent so this has probably clued you in a bit on my feelings of sacrifice.
I like to eat all the things…..no matter what day it is. And even though I used to give up meat and chocolate and coffee, I actually forget about it now that I’m older. I have no excuse really…except that I haven’t been to church since my son was baptized. I do love Easter though and I did go to church growing up all.the.time. As usual, I found all my ingredients at ALDI so it was very inexpensive to make. Monte Cristo Breakfast Casserole Ingredients Instructions Like this: Like Loading... The Recipes That'll Help You Get More Blue Cheese In Your Life. Blue cheese is understandably polarizing. It's strong, stinky and to the uninitiated, can be visually off-putting. If you haven't taken your chances with blue cheese yet, you're selling yourself short. Whether it's Roquefort, Gorgonzola or Stilton, blue cheese is like a beautiful, deep well of flavors and nuance. Once you've tried some of the good stuff, you'll come around to appreciate its full glory.
Trust us. If you're skeptical, start small. Add blue cheese to spicy recipes, where the creamy cheese will cut through the heat and bring your mouth to a whole new place. If you're already a full-blown blue cheese-lover and all of this is old news to you, help your friends come over to the blue side. With the right blue cheese recipes, you can find a way to eat this cheese for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even dessert. How Sweet It Is. Turkey Goulash. Well, I got one of those calls in the middle of the night that you never want to get. The kind that when you hear your phone ringing a room away at a haunted hour, you bolt straight up in bed, mind racing all over the place, fearing the absolute worst. That happened to me early this morning. And I was right. My sweet Memaw has passed on. While it wasn’t a complete surprise, as she’s been very sick for the better half of two years, it still punches you in the gut when you realize she’s gone.
My Memaw absolutely ruled. So, I just don’t have it in me today to be…me. I’ll just let these goulash pictures do my work for me. See you tomorrow. I apologize if this hand crushing tomato picture grosses you out. Turkey Goulash: (adapted from Rachael Ray) What it took for 4: Bring a large skillet to a medium-high heat. In the meantime, cook the pasta until it reaches al dente. Add pasta to turkey mixture and toss to combine and coat everything. Serve goulash garnished with more parsley! Blue Cheese Buffalo Chicken & Pork Meatloaf Recipe. When it comes to meatloaf, I’m totally a convert! I was never really a fan of it growing up, but now that I’ve put my own LLB twists on the dish, I absolutely love it! From Mexican Meatloaf, to Italian Meatloaf, to this delicious Buffalo Style Meatloaf, I’m now all about the simple, meaty dish!
For this meatloaf recipe I decided to combine both chicken and pork with the delicious flavors of buffalo sauce and blue cheese, a classic combo that I love in everything from Buffalo Chicken Phyllo Rolls to Bacon Wrapped Buffalo Blue Cheese Stuffed Chicken! The result was a moist and flavorful meatloaf that paired perfectly with my Buffalo Blue Cheese Mashed Potatoes… because what’s a special meatloaf without a special side of mashed potatoes to go with it?
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