If you have been following my blog for awhile, you might have seen a few marinated chicken recipes on here because I just LOVE that. Simplicity at its finest, tasty and crowd pleasing.
I ordered that recently at an Indian restaurant and wondered why I never tried doing it at home, I love it! And I think I kind of nailed it. I am very happy with this version. The sauce is thick and full of flavors!
Afritada chicken is a traditional filipino dish I discovered browsing the internet to find new way to accommodate chicken. I used this recipe. I was thrilled with how it came out, we had a blast eating this meal.
My favorite kind of lunch when I am in a hurry! Quick, filling and tasty. The smoked trout really is a game changer here, it is a nice twist to chicken or lunch meat in general.
Nothing quite as delicious as a big bowl of fried chicken after a long long day. Healthier than KFC, cheaper and very delicious. I made a sweet and savory spice mix that I absolutely loved in this recipe.
I love roasting a whole chicken for dinner because there is only three people to feed in my family and that means we get leftovers for lunch the next day! This version is very delicious, zesty and tangy. Serve it with potatoes or pasta and drizzle with sauce, so yummy.
I know I have a LOT of chicken recipes on the blog guys but we LOVE it and it’s so cheap! It is so versatile, budget friendly, there is nothing you can’t do with chicken. Get it tangy, sweet, sour, crispy…etc. It all works!
This soup is a wonder for the upcoming winter. It is soothing with the coconut milk but spicy with the chili, heating and soothing just what I need after a day in the cold. The chicken gets poached in the broth so it is tender and full of flavors. I just love this recipe!
Fall vibes, am I right? Apples, cider, chicken… You just can’t do better than that for a fall themed dinner. Let’s dig in!
If you don’t like to spend twelve hours in the kitchen to impress your guests, this recipe is for you! A 3-minutes marinade, let it rest + bake it and it’s done. EASY PEASY.
Corn tortillas, spicy chicken and dinner is done! Add every toppings you like : lime, fresh tomatoes, avocado, coriander, parsley. Super simple dinner idea, kids usually love it as they can put what they like inside.
Breaded chicken in a very flavorful breading with a white wine and capers sauce drizzled on top, mmh yes. Italy in a plate with no fuss.
We had leftovers chicken in the fridge and I didn’t know what to do with it. My husband (the big lasagna fan) asked for lasagna. Well, let’s do lasagna then.
If you’re as addicted to Pinterest as I am, you probably already know what a Chicken Noodle Soup is, right? Everything is in the title, a soup with chicken and egg noodles. I know you’re hungry yet.
This is a recipe I made quite a time ago but I’m very late in my updates so here it is ! It’s an ideal recipe for summer nights because it is light, sweet and salty.
Something I love about Reunion Island’s cuisine is that it is all about loving, sharing and spending time with family. There’s often a huge amount of food to share and that is really something to appreciate.
I love grilled chicken but sometimes it gets dry and I get mad. The advantage of the bbq we bought is that you can easily control the temp and cook your chicken as slowly or as fast as you want. No dry chicken anymore. I promise.
Cordon bleu are pretty much a french classic, it's a chicken breast stuffed with ham and cheese that is breaded and fried or baked to seal all the goodness inside.
One of the many upsides of the chicken is that there are so many ways to enjoy it! Here I baked it with lots of lime zest and juice, lots of cilantro and it was a big winner.
A very simple recipe today for people who, like me, hate frying things at home. I am scared of oil frying and do it as less as I can. You still get nice crispy chicken wings by using baking powder (not baking soda, let's be clear).