Chicken pot pie is one of the best cold-weather foods around. You may have grown up chowing down on traditional pot pie, maybe even a microwavable version, but it’s time to try something new. Today we’re making Coq Au Vin Pot Pie. The crispy chicken with paprika and thyme, the Madeira wine and bacon additions, all come together to give this classic dish a deliciously French twist.
If you find yourself in a rut with uninspiring weeknight meals, why not try a new-to-you cuisine? Meals like chicken tikka masala come together quickly and seamlessly, especially with a well-stocked pantry. Aside from a deep dive into your spice cabinet, none of these ingredients are hard to come by.
If you’ve never had pozole, the traditional hominy stew from Mexico, you’re in for a treat. This the easiest and tastiest recipe for pozole you’ll ever find! After making a pared-down salsa verde, you add a delicious combination of seasonings and spices a pot containing vegetable broth, hominy, and chicken, and set it to cook on low heat.
Just in time to make you question your commitment to having a “bikini body” for summer, let’s make some fried chicken!
While there is still a bit of a chill in the air, it’s a good time to test a few more stews, and different types of stew, too. A few weeks ago, we posted a recipe for a chicken stew with squash and anise, a delicious flavor bomb. This one, with spicy peppers, peanut butter and ground dried shrimp, is another flavor bomb of a totally different sort!
Today is the first day of spring! If it’s still cold and snowy where you live, surely you’ve noticed the daylight lasting longer, and that alone is a cause for celebration. The recipe below, called salmagundi, is the perfect recipe to ring in spring on a full belly.
Without a doubt, the chili recipe below is THE BEST. What, you may ask, defines “the best chili ever”? It’s one that’s: (a) easy; (b) has the right consistency; (c) comes together quickly; and, of course, (d) tastes good. The recipe below delivers all of this, and then some!
Are you bored of generic chicken or beef stews? Do add-ins like potatoes and carrots make you yawn? Well, here is the remedy to all your woes: a dish so tantalizing in scent and flavor it will bewitch you guests, and your neighbors! Ginger and star anise are center stage in this stew, supporting earthy-sweet daikon radish and butternut squash.
“What is that smell?” This question may or may not lead to a compliment, depending on the context. If the context is that you’re making this mustardy chicken with red peppers and tomato, rest assured, you’re about to be praised.