Recently Whole Foods had a great special on Bell&Evans skinless, boneless chicken breasts for $2.99/lb. One can never have enough chicken on hand, nor enough recipes in which to change this blank canvas into a new masterpiece. For our Sunday supper, I found an interesting recipe on the website Epicurious for Magic Crispy Chicken. The premise is that with less than 10 ingredients, this recipe comes out very crispy. I must say that mine was not crispier than other recipes I’ve made. I did to pulse the panko crumbs finer in my food processor; perhaps that made a difference? However, the flavor was delicious.
As a person that loves to cook and blog, I find it necessary to seek out and try new recipes. My lucky husband rarely gets the same meal twice, except for his pasta, which is required weekly. With this in mind, I delved into my extensive files (I have them sorted by category in plastic file folders) and came across a recipe from Delicious Orchards. The recipe must be over 20 years old and is from the fall/winter season. One side of the sheet has recipes for acorn and butternut squash (I’ve made the baked squash and apple casserole, delish!) and the other, spaghetti squash.
The recipe that they gave was for spaghetti squash casserole. Although, not quite technically “pasta” for my husband, he has a new fondness for spaghetti squash.
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.