• This chili lime coconut roast chicken with only five ingredients is super simple to make!

    Chili Lime Coconut Roast Chicken

    This chili lime coconut roast chicken is super simple to make with ingredients you may already have in your pantry and fridge! I’m always looking for ways to dress up chicken. Don’t get me wrong, it’s delightful roasted traditionally, with only olive oil, salt and pepper and stuffed with onions and garlic — but even the most beloved tried-and-true recipes get a little ho-hum now and again. Right? A few years ago I tried a store-bought fusion marinade on chicken that blended coconut and chili flavors in a dreamy kind of way … a nod to barbecue, if you will. But, just slightly. Then, when I wanted to have it…

  • These seared turmeric chicken thighs are ready in 15 minutes and full of deep and savory flavor!

    Seared Turmeric Chicken Thighs

    These seared turmeric chicken thighs are ready in fifteen minutes and full of deep and savory flavor! My favorite dinners are the ones that have tons of flavor, and take minimal time to prep and cook. Chicken thighs are a staple in our house, both the bone-in/skin-on and the skinless/boneless. Whether I’m making oven-fried chicken thighs, fajitas or this seared turmeric chicken, they’re my go-to cut because they’re tasty and versatile. In fact, I can’t remember the last time I bought chicken breasts! They really seem to have far less flavor than their thigh counterparts, as well as a tendency to dry out—never mind the weird texture if you try…

  • The deep layers of flavor in this chipotle chicken lasagna are a surprising treat, given how simple it is to make. It's the perfect recipe to add to your dinner rotation and you can even make it ahead!

    Chipotle Chicken Lasagna

    The deep layers of flavor in this chipotle chicken lasagna are a surprising treat, given how simple it is to make. It’s the perfect recipe to add to your dinner rotation and you can even make it ahead! This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #RediscoverLaMorena #VivaLaMorena #CollectiveBias You’ll want to keep reading to hear about my latest New York City antics, including—not kidding—a nose ring, and also find out how to make this tasty chipotle chicken lasagna; but, first I want you to pause and check out a sweepstakes with LA MORENA® for a chance to win exciting prizes…

  • Simple roast chicken with a sweet pomegranate citrus glaze that's easy to make.

    Pomegranate Citrus Glazed Roast Chicken

    Make this simple pomegranate citrus glazed roast chicken—it’s sure to please a crowd! There’s no denying I’m a fan of roast chicken, especially when mashed potatoes and gravy are alongside. Roast chicken is, like, one of my most favorite comfort foods, made even more perfect by the fact that it’s practically a “set it and forget it” type of recipe. Five minutes of prep, an hour or so in the oven, and BOOM—dinner for the family, or enough to feed a crowd, or plenty for dinner with leftovers for the rest of the week. Roast chicken is yummy, practical and simple. While I’ll take a plain roast chicken seasoned with…

  • These cheesy chicken fritters from Natasha's Kitchen were a win in our house. Add it to your dinner rotation this week!

    Cheesy Chicken Fritters

    These cheesy chicken fritters were a win in our house. Add them to your dinner rotation this week! I’ll bet you see a ton of Tasty and Tasty-inspired videos in your Facebook News Feed every day. Shoot, even I’ve made them! In sixty seconds or less, these videos have the ability to simultaneously mesmerize while also evoking drool-worthy levels of hunger in a viewer. At least for me, anyway. I’d like to assume the recipes are all as delicious as they look, but in my heart I know some of those sheet pan dinners, the ones where you throw everything on a pan and roast for thirty to forty-five minutes, can’t…

  • Instant Pot chicken stock is ready in an hour and tastes just like a slow cooked stock that's been simmering away for hours and hours.

    Instant Pot Chicken Stock

    This homemade chicken stock is ready in an hour, thanks to the Instant Pot, and tastes just like a slow cooked stock that’s been simmering away for hours and hours. I’ve been watching friends rave about their pressure cookers for years, noticing in the past couple an extreme fondness for the Instant Pot in particular. It’s like the work horse of pressure cookers, operating via electric cord instead of on top of the stove … similar to a slow cooker. But not a slow cooker. Not at first blush, anyway. One of the coolest things about an Instant Pot is that it *can* be used as a slow cooker ……

  • This simple recipe is chock full of flavor with generous chunks of ripe avocado, and savory cubed roast chicken. Avocado chicken salad is great eaten on its own, or atop toasted crusty bread to make a hearty, delectable sandwich!

    Avocado Chicken Salad

    This simple recipe is chock full of flavor with generous chunks of ripe avocado and savory cubed roast chicken. Avocado chicken salad is great eaten on its own, or atop toasted crusty bread to make a hearty, delectable sandwich! The other day I roasted a chicken. It’s not an uncommon occurrence, since one whole roasted chicken can fill a myriad of needs, from chicken stock to lunch leftovers, to framing up a few different dinners through out the week (roast chicken, fajitas, chicken noodle casserole, etc.). Whole roaster chickens are also super inexpensive, with a four-pound bird averaging between six and ten dollars, depending on the brand, store, whether you…

  • Weeknight Spaghetti with Chicken Sausage: perfect quick dinner after a busy workday!

    Weeknight Spaghetti With Chicken Sausage

      Weeknight spaghetti with chicken sausage is the perfect quick dinner to end a busy workday. Today was one of those days. Back-to-back meetings, with barely a break to fill my water glass and grab lunch. By the time I walked in the door, it was nearly six o’clock, and the last thing I felt like doing was throwing together a laborious dinner—no matter how good it would have tasted. Plus, due to circumstances that are completely my fault, I’m also exhausted by dinnertime, which doesn’t help foster inspiration in the kitchen. (Read: I’m currently binge-watching Sons of Anarchy every night until midnight—I’m midway through season six, so I’m almost done!)…