Tag: chicken recipes

Rachel’s Deviled Parmesan Chicken

Originally published on April 23, 2014 Over Easter weekend, I was at my sister-in-law’s, and my mother-in-law (and fellow foodie) told me about a delicious chicken dish she had made (and that I hope to be making soon,) in which she slathered Greek yogurt all over the bird before breading it and throwing it in […]

Tuscan Chicken

Originally published on May 8, 2014 I really, really love Italian food and chicken recipes such as this one prove that it doesn’t always have to be pasta. When I first heard about Tuscan Chicken, I heard that it was the Italian version of lemon chicken (which it isn’t) and that it has a very interesting marinade (which it […]

Spanish Chicken Dinner

Originally published on June 17, 2014 Sometimes you just want to try a dish that comes from somewhere else in the world, even if you don’t know exactly what that dish is. One night, as I was staring at a full roaster chicken, I decided I wanted to go Spanish with it. The only problem? […]

Chicken Roulade

Originally published on July 14, 2014 Can I ask you what, exactly, is the difference between chicken roulade and chicken involtini? Before I started making this dish, I thought there was a big difference. But as I started making it, I couldn’t help but notice just how similar the two are. So what is the difference? As far as I […]

24 Hour Chicken

Originally published on July 22, 2014 Something serendipitous happened in my kitchen several weeks ago. I had prepared a marinade for some chicken breasts, got them swimming in it in the fridge, and was just waiting for them to have a little soak before I threw them on the grill. Then, my kids both burst through the front door, […]

Chicken and Ricotta Quiche

Originally published on September 19, 2014 To make a really good quiche, it needs to meet three criteria: it needs to be creamy, it needs height, and it’s got to have a crust. Let’s face it. “Crustless Quiche” may have had its day, but it has come and gone. This dish meets all of my self-made criteria. […]

Nigella’s 40 Cloves of Garlic Chicken

Originally published on September 21, 2014 The French are really just a meat and potatoes kind of people, aren’t they? It’s funny, because whenever French cooking comes up (with just about anyone,) talk usually turns to how difficult it is, how much butter is used, and for goodness sakes – all those different sauces! But when […]

Cajun Chicken

Originally published on December 3, 2014 When I started cooking at one of the first restaurants I worked at, Cajun Chicken was one of the things I remember cooking the most. It was a simple dish for the somewhat fancy-pants cafe, but it was always one of my favourites to make. Recently when I was staring down […]

Chinese Lemon Chicken

Originally published on March 3, 2015 Lemon chicken and my family go way back. It was one of the first dishes that I truly conquered when Brent and I first started dating, and after serving it several times, I didn’t want to become Debra from “Everybody Loves Raymond,” where it became the only thing I could make. I think […]

Garlic Parmesan Drumsticks

Originally published on March 26, 2015 When the new menu at work was still only being talked about, I was so excited to learn that Chef was trying to get chicken wings on it. Chicken wings are after all my very favourite food, and the thought that I’d constantly be within arm’s reach of them was something to get […]