What is paprika? Alas, poor paprika has been vastly underrated by most Americans. Most keep it on hand primarily to use as a garnishing sprinkle of color to breathe life into deviled eggs. Paprika in large amounts lends not only color, but fabulous flavor to many different foods including meats, vegetables, and sauces.
This authentic Peruvian chicken recipe comes from the South American nanny of the author’s family. The spice blend may also be used on meats and seafood. This delicious recipe is designed for the Instant Pot® so it is quick and easy.
Allspice is not a universal blend of multiple spices, regardless of what its name implies. It’s a berry of Jamaican extraction that hints profoundly of a number of other spices. Learn all about allspice.
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.
Fresh corn is best for this creamy corn chowder with potatoes, but frozen corn will work. The soup gets flavor from salt pork, but you may substitute bacon. For extra protein, add cooked chicken chunks at the end and warm through.
Lemon Apple Chicken will surely become a family favorite. Lemon-coated apple slices placed under the skin of the chicken not only lend flavor, but also keeps the breast meat moist and juicy.