Sticky Ginger Chicken and Veggies

Have your meal plans this month consisted of tons of healthy chicken and vegetable dishes? Well I have another one for you!!! I promise you, it will not be your everyday healthy meal. And I promise you, you'll want to make it again. We're going Asian with a ginger garlic chicken made sticky and crisp with honey. Cast Iron Cooking--Sticky, Ginger Chicken Staub recently sent each of us a cast iron piece to try out. I already have a large dutch oven, so I really wanted a short, wide, kick-fanny braiser that would … [Read more...]

Rosemary Chicken and Potatoes

This time of year I get all sorts of ideas for elaborate dinners, perfect presents, cookies baking in the oven, and a Pinterest-worthy decorated home. Let's get real for a second. No one can have all of those things and still sleep. For this reason I love meals like this rosemary chicken and potatoes. This entire meal is made in one pan! The meal turns out elegant and beautiful, while the prep time is around 10 minutes. When I make this Rosemary Chicken and Potatoes meal it is a huge hit! My husband loves it and … [Read more...]

Buffalo Chicken Sliders

I've had this idea running thru my head for a while now - the idea of featuring all of our recipes that can be made in a 9x13 baking dish.  Everyone has one, and the recipes you can whip up in this common pan are numerous.  So this week we'll be featuring some new 9x13 recipes as well as reminding you of all of our previous 9x13 recipes. This post wouldn't be complete without mentioning our favorite 9x13 pan.  The Fiesta rectangle baker.  I truly truly love this pan.  It always washes up nice and has resisted chips … [Read more...]

Greek Quinoa Bowl

I've been really into meals in a bowl lately.  It is so visually appealing to see all of the ingredients in my bowl ready to be tossed together.  I also love having tasty fresh ingredients for a meal.  Some of my favorite flavors are definitely greek flavors.  I love the bite and zing of kalamata olives along with cool cucumber and smooth feta.  So my obsession with bowl meals and my craving for mediterranean food inspired this healthy and easy meal. I marinated some chicken breasts and grilled them up as the … [Read more...]

Thai Peanut Saute

   This is one of those family recipes that  E V E R Y O N E loves, but is often forgot about. And then I remember it, make it again and its on the menu for months in a row. Its delicious, full of different fresh deep flavors, and very easy. All the key ingredients for family meals. I should add healthy too. It's gluten free and can easily be vegetarian. So- there you have it- the perfect meal no matter who you are serving.  This is one of those meals where you prep and dump. It's important to make the sauce (and … [Read more...]

Thai Yellow Coconut Curry with Curry Paste from Scratch

What does the definition of comfort food to you? I used to think it meant a cheesy, greasy, gravy ladened dish. However over the years I have really come to understand comfort food on a whole new personal level. It just happens as we experience life, go through trails and rough patches, cold lonely nights. And then you curl up with a nice warm bowl of yellow curry and it just soothes your soul. Not only does it taste delicious but it warms every bit of you from the inside out. And THATS when you get it. Comfort … [Read more...]

Chicken and Rice with Crispy Onion Strings

This. Is. Comfort food. Creamy rice, soft and hearty veggies, juicy chicken thighs, and salty onion strings.   I've had this basic recipe for a while now, and every time I make it I am pleasantly surprised how delicious this simple meal with simple ingredients is. The leftovers are also just as good, and soul-warming on a cool, fall day. Leftover turkey would also substitute the chicken perfectly. I've written out instructions for conventional oven baking and pressure cooker cooking. Oven takes about an hour to bake, … [Read more...]

Chicken and Asparagus Skillet Dinner

Oh my goodness!  This was the best dinner!  And I only dirtied one pan to make it.  I have the pickiest eater known to man - in the form of a 4 year old boy, and he gobbled this right up and asked for more.  The flavors in this dish were so fresh and yummy - it is definitely going on the regular dinner rotation. This meal is perfect for those busy nights when you need a quick dinner and no fuss. I love LOVE my Fiesta cooking ware.  The non-stick is perfect and cleans up like a dream!  Not to mention that they … [Read more...]

Cilantro Lime Butter with Grilled Chicken Kabobs

I love grilling. I love that it is fast, easy and leaves me with one less pan to clean. I'm lucky and live in Southern California where the weather allows me to pretty much grill all year round, and I totally do. Even if I lived in a climate with cold weather, I'd probably try to grill all year round. Do you do that? Do you grill? Do you hold back? What stops you? Skill? Knowledge? Don't currently own a grill?  You don't even have to have a fancy grill. Mine is small, inexpensive grill that fits nice and perfect on our … [Read more...]

Greek Pitas with Tzatziki Sauce and Homemade Pita Bread

These pitas are a Greek medley of flavors party in your mouth.   They just feel healthy. Healthy enough to eat a handful of dark chocolate Cadbury eggs and another handful of thin mints for dessert. It's March, so it's not summer yet here, but this makes it feel like it. I can't wait to bust out these babies in the heat! Tzatziki sauce is one of the best parts of Greek food. Fresh, cool cucumbers are used to create a beautiful, dill-infused dip. Grill some chicken, layer with lettuce, olives, tomatoes, … [Read more...]

Baked Chicken Parmigiana // Helen Ficalora

Enter our Mother's Day Giveaway HERE Boy do I have a tasty and easy dinner for you today.  Even if you are the main cook in your house - you can easily hand this recipe off to someone else while you sit back and relax this Mother's Day! Mother's Day is one day that is pretty darn special to me.  Growing up I always dreamed of being a mother.  I had their names picked out, how many boys and how many girls...I knew exactly how many years would be between each of them.  Of course life rarely goes as planned. … [Read more...]

Chicken and Chorizo Paella

I hope you have been enjoying our partnership with Ralphs grocery store and their Taste of Spain campaign! It's always such an honor for us to be working with such great companies. Our  previous featured recipes, Patatas Brava and Spanish Tapas were delicious and so much fun to make! Today we are sharing a Spanish classic - Paella with chicken and chorizo. A rich and hearty comfort meal that is frequently served through out Spain. How do I know this? Well my husband, Brandon actually lived in Spain for 2 years. He … [Read more...]

Weight Loss Soup

I'm calling it this because it's FINALLY what helped me to take off my baby weight. Normally after having  a child I bounce right back, run a million miles an hour and loose any extra pounds I had. Well, not with this 4th child. I was very sick and had a lot of health problems with that baby and gained more weight than normal. I also didn't bounce back to my normal energetic self. Nothing was typical with this pregnancy or postpartum to say the least. It was a real struggle in every way. EVERY way. So, with an almost … [Read more...]

Japanese Curry

Yearsandyearsandyears ago, Nate and I sat on our newly carpeted floor eating curry for the first time with our Japanese friends. We had no kids who would spill or make messes! Lucky us, our dear friends were also our neighbors. Naomi surprised us with dinner, bringing over bowls of hot rice, curry chicken and veggies for all of us. I remember taking a few bites of the curry, thinking man this is so good, how have I never tried curry before?- and looking up at Nate who looked at me the exact same moment. He had the look … [Read more...]

Thai Chicken Meatballs Lettuce Wraps

GOODNESS. These lettuce wraps are SO GOOD. I am quite proud of myself for this recipe. I know that sounds pretty haughty- but just you see. You'll eat one of those meatballs and you will die yourself. Have you ever tried Pei Wei's Thai Lettuce wraps? They are quite amazing, I won't deceive you into thinking that is what you will be getting here- but similar, maybe even better. The sauce is a little sweet, a little spicy, a little sour, a little savory and BURSTING with FRESH flavor! Since Kadee posted about her … [Read more...]

Chicken Fajitas

One of our favorite, fast, weeknight meals is fajitas.  For years I relied on the seasoning packets to whip this meal up - but I recently discovered I could do it from scratch with just as much ease and with double or triple the tastiness. I start by marinating my chicken.  I do it for 2-3 hours, but overnight would be even better.  I add lots of lime juice, lime zest, garlic, olive oil, cumin, chipotle, and onion powder for the yummiest chicken you ever did taste. I cook the chicken breasts in a skillet and … [Read more...]

Buffalo Chicken Meatballs

When I was in college I was introduced to buffalo sauce at a local San Diego restaurant called Wings n Things.  I have never looked back.  We dined in this restaurant almost weekly on Wed - Wings Wednesday.  And to this day when I visit San Diego I HAVE to eat at Wings n Things.  I think many of my college friends feel the same way.  I even have a friend who has her husband bring her a meal back in a cooler when he is in San Diego on business. That is where my love of all things buffalo sauce began.  So when I … [Read more...]

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Strips // Wingers Chicken Strips Copy-cat Recipe

This is a fantastic recipe that we have had on our site for a while. I polished up the images and brought it to the front to give it some love! Because deserves it! My husband made this recipe for our family years ago and every one loved it. I love it when my husband cooks. Obviously it gives me the night off, but he fixes things that I wouldn't. I probably would have cooked up some big salad and he makes spicy chicken strips! Total guy food. (and I loved it) Noting that my husband made this, it is a pretty simple … [Read more...]

Bacon Chicken Pasta

  We went to law school in Moscow. Moscow Idaho. not "Moss-cow" but moss-coe idaho. (Don't get it wrong up there or they'll start calling you a cow and all sorts of nonsense) It's a teeny tiny hippy town. Held together by an engineering company and the college, right on the Washington/Idaho border. It's also the best town ever. I dreaded moving there- living in a town there are very little options for any kind of shopping or activities or eating, and yet, when it came time to leave I was beyond sad.  I LOVED the … [Read more...]

Breakfast Tacos

For how much we love tacos around here - you gotta believe we are eating them for breakfast!  This recipe was inspired by a dish I used to order at a local restaurant in Long Beach, CA called Hof's Hut.  I always loved those yummy tacos for breakfast!  I have such fond memories of dining there with my dear friend.  That's what food is all about right?  The memories and the meaning. These tacos combine chicken, eggs, cheese, and a chipotle cream sauce for a burst of flavor!  Rocking Santoku Knife by Zwilling. … [Read more...]

Spicy Chipotle Chicken Salad w/ Mission Foods

We have had a fun opportunity to work with Mission Foods and show off a brand new product of theirs... GLUTEN-FREE Tortillas!! Can I get an AMEN?! If you're not singing hallelujahs with me, you might be wondering why gluten-free tortillas? Why not just use a corn tortilla? Well my friends, corn tortillas are wonderful, delicious and have their place in Mexican cuisine. But somethings just can't be made with a corn tortilla! (P.S. Check the bottom of this post for a fun easy giveaway!!) For instance, enchiladas. You … [Read more...]

Blueberry Basil Chicken with Rice Pilaf

I've always thought blueberries have a bit of an earthy taste...almost like basil. So I made a recipe in my head...tasted it in my head for a few days, and made it in real life. And it was good. And then I went online shopping because I needed a reward (Nordstrom, J.Crew, Gap, AND Anthro have all been having awesome sales this last week. My husband has a voice he does when he's making fun of me explaining that so-and-so had a deal going on....so I bought such-and-such amount and saved such-and such. It's a thing we … [Read more...]

Crockpot Tomatillo Chicken

You know a recipe is good when... Your husband ask's for thirds. Your children eat all their food... by themselves. The left overs are gone the next day, and it's a hand-me-down.  And a hand-me-down of a hand-me-down.  All of that happened to be this lovely slow cooker recipe. Combine everything in the crockpot except sour cream. Cook on low for 6-8 hours or high for 3-4 hours. When done shred chicken and add sour cream.  This is a hard recipe to mess up. Feel free to add more or less of your favorite flavors. I tend … [Read more...]

BBQ Chicken Burrito // Healthy Mama Series – Katie Sabin // Just Add Sunshine Inc.

I'm so excited to introduce Katie!  I met Katie many many years ago through a mutual friend.  We bonded over our love of all things crafty and started following each other on social media.  Over the years I have admired how Katie was able to manage being a super mom, while pursuing her creative interests.  She's kind of a celebrity on instagram these days with her darling handmade signs and rainbow organized life.  I think you'll adore her just as much as I do. Yay! I am so excited to be sharing here on Oh So … [Read more...]

Soda Can Chicken

Many many years ago, I had dinner at a friend's house.  She made the most delicious grilled chicken.  It was moist and flavorful and tender.  She told me that she had grilled it with a can of soda in the cavity of the bird. I immediately went home and told my husband about it.  We made one that weekend and have been in love with this technique ever since. I like to rub the bird with a seasoning blend like McCormick Montreal Chicken or Webster Kick'n Chicken.  You can buy all of the spices separately and … [Read more...]

Fried Chicken and Spicy Plum Chutney Sliders

I've been dreaming these little suckers up for a while now, playing with different ingredients in my head. Mulling it over, writing it in my recipes notes on my phone, looking at it every now and then and making subtle changes. I think one of the curses of a food blogger/recipe developer/foodie (besides your family being forced to eat dinner that you made at 3pm...or fried chicken at 9am. Let's stop for a minute, is that a curse, though? Really?) is that once you get a recipe in your head, you can't get it out. Like you … [Read more...]

Chipotle Chicken Quesadilla

Mmmm...lunch.  It can be my favorite or the thing I dread.  This year I've been trying to share some adult lunch ideas with you all.  I've been careful to make them quick and easy, but tasty as well. The other day I made Desi's creamy chicken tacos for dinner - they have become a favorite around our house.  And I had a thought that I could spin that meal into a quick lunch. So, the next Sunday I whipped these up and served them to me and my husband while my little ones had plain cheese quesadillas.  We … [Read more...]

The Rotisserie Chicken {Cooking Tip}

The Rotisserie Chicken is one of my secret weapons!  I use them as a shortcut to creating delicious meals without cooking a chicken.  I love to eat one of these for dinner with a side salad, but I love them even more as an ingredient in a delicious recipe.  The meat is perfect for soups, casseroles, enchiladas, salads and more!  My Costco sells them for $4.99 - and they are so good!  They are moist, they are flavorful, and cooked PERFECTLY.  When I make a Costco run I buy 2 or 3 along with other bulk items. When I … [Read more...]

Baked Crispy Chicken Nuggets // Hedley and Bennett Apron Giveaway!

Who wants one incredibly rad apron?! You should all be saying me please!! Today we have a stellar giveaway with Hedley & Bennett, the LA Based apron company who is taking the culinary world by storm. I've been following the founder Ellen on Instagram for quite some time now and have watched her skip across New York, doodle with her color pencils, and dangle her feet from her H&B Headquarters. She is one hardworking "Lady Boss" and her booming company reflects her ambition. I've absolutely loved watching her and … [Read more...]

Cranberry Chicken Salad // Enter to Win a free Month on Weight Watchers

My mom buys a chicken salad from a store called Great Harvest up in Utah.  I always look forward to eating that stuff.  It is simple and delicious. If you're like me, you don't like crunchy celery or onions in your chicken salad - and the Great Harvest chicken salad is free from any unwanted crunch.  Well... we don't have a Great Harvest where I live and occasionally I get a craving for that yummy salad.  So - I decided to take a stab at re-creating it, and I think it's pretty darn close! I've really … [Read more...]

Chicken Feta Wrap // On Food and Resolutions // Weight Watchers Journey

  Happy New Year!  I love this time of year - I start cleaning out my pantry and closet and thinking about things I can do to better myself.  What are your resolutions? Let’s talk about resolutions for a minute.  We all make 'em, we all break 'em.  According to Wikipedia - 88% of New Year’s Resolutions are not kept.  That's a pretty big failure rate!  But - putting it out there, writing it down, and talking to people about those resolutions significantly improves your success rate.  So leave me a comment - tell me what … [Read more...]

Poblano Cilantro Salad Dressing with Spicy Chicken Salad

That time between Christmas and New Year's is tough. You have all these goals of kale and protein shakes for every meal, multiple mornings at the gym a week, and of course, no sugar. Bleh. But your people are still on vacation and everybody is still partying and you just have to finish off that fudge, right? What's a girl (or super-awesomly-handy-in-the-kitchen-guy) to do? Make this absolutely delicious salad. Just to start the transition to healthy, new beginnings. I recently bought a similar dressing at Trader … [Read more...]

Lemon Herb Chicken and Rice

I was so blessed after having baby Oliver. Sweet friends surrounded my not-so-little-family with food, and cleaning, and babysitting. We are now a family of 6! So feeding and help us is not an easy task! But man, it helps sooo much. For me I needed it so SO much more than when I came home with my second baby. Kids needed to be at school, needed to be entertained, needed to be fed. Overwhelming to an emotional mama who can barely walk. One night a meal looking much like this was delivered to us (My friend who did this … [Read more...]

Crockpot Mexican Pineapple Chicken // Freezer Meal

 If you are looking for an incredibly fast and simple dinner.. this is it. With a little bit of a Mexican flare and sweet pineapple, it's a family friendly dinner. I've loved this weeks freezer meal series because it has challenged me to think of dinners that revolved around being fast, simple, and preparing in bulk. I'll be the first to admit I'm not very frugal when it comes to food. I like nice cuts of meat, expensive cheese and plenty of fresh produce. So cooking in this manner is a little out of my norm but I've … [Read more...]

Lemon Sage Roasted Chicken

Food is kinda important to us here at OhSo. Like I kinda plan most things around food, and I'm not ashamed to admit it. My husband calls it expensive, and I like to call it an investment in our future health...and my current happiness. Happy wife happy life? Last year my little family got the opportunity to live with my aunt and uncle in Virgina, just outside of DC. It was fall and it was beautiful! We loved it out there! My obsession with food lends itself to food being an integral part of my emotions associated with … [Read more...]

Chicken Salad with Cherry Balsamic Vinaigrette

Cherries just scream summer, yeah? Summer is also synonymous with salads, not just for the swimsuit factor, but the produce! My oh my how I miss California's farmers' markets! Absolute heaven! I love sustaining local growers and knowing where my produce comes from.  My favorite famers' market picks are peaches, strawberries, tomatoes, and cherries. That, and honeycrisp apples, mini pumpkin doughnuts, and croissants during the fall on the east coast. Swoon. Cherries are so lovely. Cooking cherries brings … [Read more...]

Honey Lime Chicken Enchiladas

After I had baby Oliver my dear friend Christy brought us these enchiladas. I can't even describe to tell you how bomb they are.  It is kinda surprising the flavor explosion that goes on in ones mouth. At first glance you might expect them to me your regular run of the mill creamy chicken enchiladas. You know the kind, full of cream of chicken soup, sour cream, and shredded chicken. nuh uh. These are very very different my friend. First of all you make your own creamy sauce. Second, your chicken has been marinated in a … [Read more...]

Honey Mustard Shish Kabobs

 We are relishing in the warm summer evenings and grilling just about everything we can. Today I have a fun recipe to mix into your weekly meal plan. Honey Mustard Shish Kabobs with a little kick to them! The key to getting that kick is using Colman's Mustard. Colman's mustard has a different flavor that traditional mustards. It really adds a nice tangy and spicy to whatever your using it on. Mixing it with a little honey and chili powder creates a nice sweet tangy that finishes with a little bite.     For these … [Read more...]

Buffalo Chicken Tacos

Does anybody else out there become obsessed with a particular meal? Like, obsessed? I have been craving these tacos I've been dreaming up for weeks. I literally dreamed about them. Who does that? I'd plan it out in my head while driving in the car, while eating other sub-par food out and about, and before drifting off to sleep I'd be tasting all the flavors in my mouth and sorting out the best way to get it in my belly. I'm ecstatic to finally share this with you. My husband kept grunting during the meal and stole all … [Read more...]

BBQ Chicken Pizza on the Grill

My little family and I just moved back home to Texas after my husband finally graduated school for forever (for.evvvvv.er)! Although California still has my heart and feels like home, I love hearing the chatter of southern drawls and "ma'ams" at the grocery store, looking out at sunset and seeing a beautiful and flat, endless horizon, having permanent access to my Bluebell ice cream, and just being home. Home includes the sun. Lots of glaring heat into my house (yes, I said house! No more apartments for us! Eeek!). So … [Read more...]

Grilled Asian Chicken Marinade // How to Grill Chicken

Today's Recipe is a simple quick and delicious chicken marinade. It's got a whole lot of flavor and so simple to throw together. Best part, you really only need to marinate for an hour or less. I'm also going to share with you a few tips on grilling a great moist chicken breast! Hope help give you some confidence on the grill. Grilled chicken is my go-to weeknight dinner. Easy to thaw and throw on the grill. When I'm not filling super creative, I throw some rice in the rice cooker, dish up some sautéed veggies (or … [Read more...]

Penne Rosa – Noodles & Company Copycat

Have you ever eaten at Noodles and Company?  We had one nearby when we lived in San Diego and loved eating there!!  We dined there numerous times while we were dating.  Our dish of choice was the penne rosa!  It had the spicy tomato cream sauce, fresh tomatoes and spinach, mushrooms, and parmesan crusted chicken.  To die for. We have been making our at home version ever since we moved away from San Diego and our local Noodles and Company.  It has been a lazy Sunday afternoon staple for years and years and years … [Read more...]

Chicken Pomodori Panini with Roasted Garlic Butter and Pesto Mayo

As unprofessional as the photo below may be, this is my all time favorite picture. I wish you could have heard the squeal and seen the excitement and translated the two year old language of "Tay!! it's rweady! Take pit-chure of my tar mom!" Tay Pit-chure!!!! (insert squeal!!) but, if you are looking for seriousness....here ya go. I have cravings regardless of being pregnant or not, being pregnant only intensifies my cravings....and gives me a pretty valid excuse to give in to those cravings. It's no secret … [Read more...]

Tex-Mex Chicken Sammies Appetizer

I have this thing for parties. I love them. The food, the people, the music, the games, and everything about them. I have always been a more the merrier type of person. Even as a young girl, my parents let me have friends over to the house after football games or for dance dinners. With me and Des being only a grade apart in high school, many of our friends were the same. The party size grew and grew as we got older, sometimes 40-50 teenagers. Honestly remembering now, I’m kind of surprised that my parents allowed this … [Read more...]

Slow Cooker Chicken & Gravy over rice

This week we will be sharing with you oodles and oodles of slow cooker recipes!  Just in time for crisp evenings and short days.  I love coming home to a warm slow cooker meal this time of year - so comforting, so easy.  So stay tuned for more slow cooker recipes to come this week!  Also - take a look at our mini photo slider above for some of our fabulous slow cooker meals we've posted in the past. This is the world's EASIEST slow cooker recipe.  I'm not lying.  The easiest peasiest slow cooker recipe. ever. … [Read more...]

Enchilada Soup

We are now in mid-October... I can't believe it! I'm loving the beautiful days and cool nights. It's getting darker earlier and all I want to do is cozy up in pajamas, socks, and eat a warm bowl of soup while watching Hart of Dixie. This Chicken Enchilada Soup is one of my favorite comfort soups. It's so cheesy, creamy, and tasty. This recipe makes a ton, so you might want to half it. I make the full recipe because it makes good leftovers and it can also double as a chip dip. Dutch Oven By … [Read more...]

Coconut Curry Soup with Zucchini Noodles. And a Giveaway!

I've been seeing zucchini noodles all over the place, as well as those super awesome spiralizers on Pinterest. I've been dying to try them, so I contacted GEFU to learn more about this spiralizer. They told me it was a great product, but they had a brand-spankin new one that has barely hit the market and they'd love for me to try it out. Ta-da! Introducing the Spiral Fix. Oh. And they wanted y'all to try it out too by doing a giveaway. Three of them. This thing is so cool! It has four different settings you can … [Read more...]

Orange Chicken

Everybody loves a little Chinese takeout, yeah? I feel like most Orange Chicken you get at places is sugary-sweet, gloppy, dried out pieces of mostly-breading-and-a-little-chicken. After spending months perfecting this (because lesbehonest, you can't eat orange chicken every day), I've done away with the typical take-out fare and replaced it with some serious Asian zing.     {Does anyone else's stomach do a number on them after some Panda Express? I've sworn off the stuff. My stomach isn't as young as it used to … [Read more...]

Grilled Creamy Chipotle Tacos // Rubio’s Copycat

Tacos are amazing right? You really can't get sick of tacos. They are so versitle. Besides from the party in your mouth -they are low fat, low carb, and easily gluten-free... easily vegetarian too for that matter. I LOVE tacos. I love corn tortillas with just carne asada, onions and cilantro or piled high with meat, cheese and veggies. I have a problem with Rubio's grilled chicken tacos. Seriously crave them every time I go out. It's soo worth getting a fresh taco than a greasy hamburger. ok. a little more money. I … [Read more...]

Lemon-Lime Chicken

 This is one of my favorites of the kids at our OSD 4th of July Party...its sooo them. We asked "Everyone take a bite a look at the camera!" annnd we got 1 cheeser, 2 following directions, 3 in la-la land.   So many components go into a great dinner, which is also why it can be SO exhausting to host your own party!  Typically, with us, potluck is the way to go. Mostly because a lot of us are students or just recently graduated- so we can't afford to feed 20 a full course meal. Not that we don't dream of hosting our … [Read more...]

Chicken Fried Rice

I stumbled upon this recipe one day after I peared into the fridge to find something for lunch.  There was a small container of leftover rice from the previous nights dinner, so I decided that I would whip up a quick fried rice.  It was delish!  A few nights later I turned that idea into a dinner by adding chicken.  My husband went nuts over it and went back for more and more and more. This is a great way to turn a tiny bit of rice into a great big meal!  It's fast, it's easy and I promise you won't be … [Read more...]