This past week I was fortunate to work earlier shifts which left me a little bit more to be creative. A shout out to a co-worker Kathy, for promoting my blog. I've been doing a lot of cooking, but hadn't had time to do anything more than post a photo on Instagram. By the time I come home from work and cook, I'm too tired to sit and type.
With Christmas shopping and holiday parties coming along, you too might be feeling the time crunch. I hope my recipe for Sesame Chicken, courtesy of my sister-in-law Karen, will help make meal planning easy for you. I was able to purchase skinless, boneless chicken breasts at Whole Foods last week for $3.99/lb., a great price! You'll also need sesame seeds (check Wegmans Nature's Market, bulk food section) for this item. One other item needed is a jar of apricot preserves.
As my husband and I ate this last week he lamented how is late mother made this dish so often they grew tired of it, but Nancy liked things that used less than three pots.
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.