Southwest Chicken Corn Chowder has a touch of Mexican flair with the flavors of mild green chiles, chili powder, and cilantro. This chowder goes together in no time. The mild green chiles are not spicy at all.
Onion Beer Beef uses a slow stove-top braising method. It’s amazing how a few basic ingredients and a little time can result in such a flavorful dish. Beef chuck roast is slowly braised with onions and dark beer to tender perfection.
Orange Marmalade Chicken is not only incredibly easy to make, it is seriously good eats! Tasty oven-baked fried chicken thighs and/or drumsticks coated with marmalade and stuffing mix crumbs could not be easier.
Sundried Tomato Chicken is inspired by the flavors of the Mediterranean. I love the natural sweetness of sun-dried tomatoes and the perky flavor of fresh oregano. Here, they come together, along with garlic, black olives, and Parmesan cheese to give new life to otherwise dull, boring chicken.
Mushroom Cheddar Soup elevates the already flavorful homemade cream of mushroom soup with the richness and tang of Cheddar cheese. This is incredibly easy to make and hearty enough to make a meal.
Peach Glazed Pork Tenderloin is a quick and easy entree for a special dinner or any night of the week. The peach glaze is made from three simple ingredients and requires no more effort than popping it into the microwave to melt the butter. The magic happens in the air fryer, but I’ve added some basic instructions if you haven’t yet jumped on this bandwagon.
Cupboard Chicken Pilaf is a homemade copycat version of that famous commercial San Francisco pasta and rice mix. Ramp it up with chicken, and it’s a meal on its own. This dish is made easily from basic items in your cupboard, and the method is very similar to the box mix.
Classic beef stroganoff is transformed into chicken stroganoff using less expensive chicken thighs and herbs complementary to poultry. You may substitute chicken breasts for thighs and feel free to experiment with your favorite variety of mushrooms.