Category: Chicken

6 Ingredient Piri Piri Chicken

If you’ve ever had Nando’s, you’ll recognize these flavors. This is an easy weeknight recipe for portuguese-by-way-of-historically-unethical-african-colonies perfect oven broiled chicken thighs with spicy piri piri sauce. Nothing about this recipe is authentic, but damn if it doesn’t taste good with only 6 ingredients. It’s spicy, bright, tangy, sweet, and delicious. Why does this recipe…


15 Minute Thai Red Curry Ramen Recipe · i am a food blog i am a food blog

This bowl of noodles is what you want to eat when you’re looking for a fast and cozy dinner. Creamy, spicy, full of vegetables, chicken, and noodles: perfect for warming up and relaxing after a long day in the cold. Do you ever get home from work (or school, or wherever) and are just exhausted?…


Chicken Artichoke Spinach Creamy Skillet

I am keeping it cozy and simple with this Chicken Artichoke Spinach Creamy Skillet! A quick sizzle, a little sauté and this one pan meal comes together effortlessly. Fresh spinach, artichoke hearts and perfectly browned chicken thighs with some mild spices, blended together beautifully with a little cream. Pair it with crusty bread to soak…


Easy Weeknight Coconut Curry Braised Chicken Legs Recipe · i am a food blog i am a food blog

Easy, braise-y, beautiful. I’m a sucker for punny plays on words and easy weeknight recipes, so when I saw a Bon Appetit article claiming “These Braisey Chicken Legs in Coconut Milk Are Almost Too Easy to Make,” I was sold. Of course it helped that the photo was gorgeous: deeply burnished chicken legs, golden brown…


5 Ingredient Oven Broiled Chipotle Chicken Wings with Salsa Negra · i am a food blog i am a food blog

This is one of the best things I’ve eaten in a long time. It’s an easy recipe for perfect oven broiled chicken wings complete with charred edges, crispy crunchy skin, and fall-off-the-bone meat that will make you never want to pull out the deep fryer ever again. The chicken is paired up with an adaptation…


Easy Roast Chicken with Eggplant and Tomatoes · i am a food blog i am a food blog

Like everyone else on the planet, I’ve been trying to eat healthier this month. Well, wait, that’s kind of a lie. I’ve only really started trying to eat healthier since I made this chicken two days ago. See, I have really, really poor eating habits. I LOVE carbs and processed food and basically all the…


Mushroom Chicken Spiced Cauliflower Fried Rice

I grew up eating ton load of cauliflower in different forms. Curries, stir fry, fritters or pickle, this vegetable was cooked at least once a week. However, I never had Cauliflower Fried Rice and even though it’s been a food trend for several years now, it’s only this week that I gave it a go!…


How to Roast a Chicken, According to Chefs

It’s the ultimate comfort food, the epitome of home cooking. The dish you turn to when you need an impressive crowd-pleaser or a week’s worth of meals; a humble exercise in homey resourcefulness, the ideal example of simplicity at its very best. I’m talking, of course, about roast chicken. “I’ve always thought the great mark…


Authentic Instant Pot Chicken Pho Recipe · i am a food blog i am a food blog

It’s the most coziest time of the year which mean it’s time for soup. Noodle soup, of course! I love all noodle soups, but pho has got to be one of the most satisfying. We usually make beef pho (recipes here, here, and here) but sometimes chicken noodle soup is the answer because when isn’t…


How to Cook Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts

My mother never cooked us chicken breasts when we were growing up, but there were always bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs in the freezer for bubbling soups and stews, or crispy fried chicken. The only time we ever had breast meat for dinner was in samgyetang, whole rice-stuffed Cornish game hens boiled with garlic, ginseng, and…


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