Baked altogether in a creamy sauce, this chicken and rice casserole is rich, savory and so easily adaptable with extra seasonings of your own choice. Simply prepare a large batch and stock it in your freezer, so you can have it ready on demand anytime and anywhere.
While indulging in the guilty pleasures every now and then, you can now be treated to the very same experience, except that it’s still up on the light and healthy side. Slathered with infused honey and butter, you’ll hope to get this into your mouth every TGIF, and hopefully, a friend’s as well.
Even if this dish hasn’t come to your attention until now, I still bet on certainty that you’ve heard of ‘enchilada sauce’ at least once, here and there, maybe when strolling through Costco or food outlets. But hold your horses, we’re not going for any store-bought, processed one, not this time (and possibly, never again).
No time for cooking? No time for breakfast? No worries. Overnight oats is here to the rescue and it is no hassle at all. You can now save time and stay in bed a little longer in the morning. No more hangry mornings!
Not only is it quick to make, versatile and heavenly-tasting, this Buffalo Chicken Dip can also please many dietary styles you might be following. It’s especially beneficial for those who are following Low-carb diets or Keto diets, making sure you’re still safe even when gulping spoonfuls of it.
It’s fries and it delivers only about 150 calories per cup? Stop that order from McDonald’s and get yourself some of these healthy, heavenly and delicious fries right now!
The original form of Chicken Biryani is well-known by the name “Dam Pukht” which means “steam-cooked”. This has pretty much represented the cooking method for Chicken Biryani, which involves marinating the chicken meat and cooking it with basmati rice followed by layering.
Guacamole is so popular for its soft but not too creamy mouthfeel as that of some pureed bean spreads. Assembling both the tangy aroma of garlic and lime, Guacamole’s taste is even more swirling thanks to the crunchy diced onions and tomatoes.
It’s an ingenious escape from your everyday mac’n’cheese or spaghetti. Sure, it doesn’t look so comforting in pictures, but once you’ve slurped the smooth and kokumi Lo Mein… with strands of crunchy veggies, there’s no turning back. Also, it’s vegan!
Tender, fresh chunks of veggies, together with the rich and nutritious chicken broth – these are the things that will make a good companion for a hearty, creamy and super simple staple. This hearty, comforting chicken and rice soup will not only make you want to have your spoon dunked all the way in, but surely make a perfect dip for breads too.