A story about chicken breast – Peanut Butter & Jargon. April 19, 2010.
Easy Japanese Recipes at Just One Cookbook. A couple of months ago I was requested by a reader to make Negi Miso Sauce.
This particular sauce consists of mainly Tokyo negi onions and miso (Tokyo negi onion resembles a giant green onion, usually over 2 feet long). It tastes a bit salty from the miso, yet sweet at the same time for preservative purpose. The Japanese use this sauce as a dip for cucumbers and carrot sticks. Other ways to enjoy include spooning a little bit of this paste on top of rice or tofu to provide flavors, and sometime this can be used as marinade for fish and meat. Basil Chicken in Coconut Curry Sauce - Tried and Tasty. My husband loves curry dishes.
When I saw this I knew it would be a good one to try. I also love the smell of curry. It has a rich and strong smell. This was super simple to throw together, and oddly enough I had all of the ingredients (I love when that happens) on hand! Honey Lemon Chicken Wings - Salu Salo Recipes. Crispy Baked Asian Chicken Wings. There are few occasions when I’d argue that “baked” rules over “deep-fried.”
But believe it or not, a piping hot oven—and not a vat of bubbling oil—is the secret to the crispiest, crackliest chicken wings. And with just five ingredients and 50 minutes, you’ll be licking your fingers clean for every last taste of these Crispy Baked Asian Chicken Wings. Sound too good to be true? Tune in to my video below for the surprisingly easy setup. Baked Honey Garlic Chicken. A take-out favorite that you can make right at home, baked to crisp perfection.
It’s healthier, cheaper and so much tastier! Baked chicken bites. Honey. And garlic. I think the title says it all, right? ** All-In-One Chicken Bake. ** Baked Sriracha Chicken Wings. Hot wings may be a game day staple, but I’m ready to give traditional buffalo the boot.
And I’d be willing to bet that these finger lickin’ wings will be the real Super Bowl winner. ** Bruschetta Chicken. Ingredients Save 1/2 cup flour2 eggs, beaten4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts1/4 cup grated parmesan cheese1/4 cup crushed garlic croutons1 tablespoon butter, melted2 large tomatoes3 tablespoons minced fresh basil2 garlic cloves, minced (appox. 1 teaspoon)1 tablespoon olive oilsalt & pepper to taste Directions Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Bruschetta Chicken Recipe. Sweet Garlic Chicken. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve pulled a few chicken breasts out of the freezer and thought to myself, “Hmmmm, what to do with you?”
I find that ground beef and chicken are two staples of the average diet that are the most difficult to dress up at times, and many of us often get stuck in a rut of preparing them the same way. While perusing Pinterest a little while ago, I came upon this recipe that a friend of mine posted. The original recipe can be found at I changed it up only slightly. I didn’t take many pics, but there aren’t many steps that need visual explanation. Here’s what to do: Ingredients: 2 Chicken Breasts1/2 tsp each Salt & Pepper2 TBSP Olive Oil + more for drizzling3 Cloves Garlic, minced2 TBSP Brown Sugar Preheat oven to 450˚ F. Honey Garlic Chicken. Sticky Sesame Chicken. “Another sticky chicken recipe?”
, I hear you ask. Yes my friends, the children have spoken and as all parents know, when your children speak, you must listen. When the twins asked me to make sticky chicken for dinner a few nights ago, I couldn’t for the life of me stand making the same recipes again. Sweet Fire Chicken Copycat. A complete copycat version you can easily make right at home!
And yes, it tastes a million times better (and healthier) than take-out! Mini Chicken Pot Pies. Skillet Chicken Tikka Masala. Shane’s been fighting a cold all week. Sore throat, stuffy nose, cough – you name it, he’s had it. I can count on one hand the number of times he’s had a cold since I met him; it’s rare, his immune system is usually very strong. Me on the other hand? Lemon Ginger Chicken Thighs. Asian Chicken Wings. To many Americans, football season means getting together with friends to watch the big game. Aside from the thrilling action of the game, a big part of the fun and festivities is the food. Football food has to be easy to handle as table space is limited around the couch or tailgate so finger foods are ideal. Over the next couple of posts I will share with you a few recipes perfect for your next football gathering or tailgate party.
So, instead of ordering takeout for the next big game, I hope I inspire you to try one of these recipes. To me, the ultimate football food is wings! Asian Chicken Wings with Lime, Ginger, and Soy Sauce Yields 2 servings Ingredients: 12 chicken wings, trimmed of extra fat and skin 3 cloves garlic, minced 2-inch piece fresh ginger, minced 3 tablespoons dark soy sauce 3 tablespoons lime juice + zest of one lime 1 tablespoon honey 2 teaspoon chili sauce, or to taste (I used Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce) 1 tablespoon sesame oil lime wedges, for garnish. Crisp Chicken Wings with Chili-Lime Butter. Honey Balsamic Chicken Tenders.
Funny story – I was going to make this recipe with chicken thighs, but they were $3.49/lb. and the boneless, skinless chicken breasts were on sale (again) for $1.99/lb… so… yeah. Chicken tenders it was! Obviously not everyone will catch this $1.99/lb. chicken sale as often as I do, so go with whatever cut is the best deal. To make this recipe with something like chicken thighs, just brown the thighs in the skillet (just like I did with the breasts) and finish cooking them in the oven for about 20-30 minutes at 375 degrees. Prepare the sauce in the skillet in the same manner as listed below. The sauce should be enough for four medium sized chicken thighs. This chicken is bursting with flavor from the tangy balsamic vinegar, sweet honey, and rich butter. Oven-Fried Chicken with Almonds. "Blow Your Mind" Baked Chicken Wings. Sriracha Buffalo Chicken Wings.
Honey Garlic Balsamic Chicken. Recipe Compilation.