Jamie Oliver… is a genius! There are some chefs that I absolutely love and respect whole heartedly. Ones I kinda blindly trust… and Jamie Oliver is wayyyyy up there. Not sure if it was when he relentlessly tried to bring healthy food to the public schools OR if it’s when he started working on Jamie’s
I have way too many people in my family who want that drumstick… me being one of them. Since our Thanksgiving dinner includes 22 people, 1 turkey is never enough for the dark meat lovers. So I always end up making a few chickens, this way there’s enough dark meat for everyone. Since I get a
I have made many variations of chicken salad, as chicken is like a blank canvas that picks up any flavor you add, but this is hands down my favorite recipe. This is a fool proof, no fail, crowd pleasing recipe that is can be served in many different ways. I’ve used this recipe to make sandwiches, as
Have this for dinner tonight… I’m serious! This meal is like bringing the Mediterranean and Indian culture together. A “unique” combo, I know, but trust me it works beautifully.
This grilled chicken recipe is included in my meal plan pretty much every week. I marinate the chicken on Sunday and keep it in the fridge for whenever I’m in need of a quick, healthy meal. It’s a very simple recipe so you can pair it with just about anything from a simple salad, rice or
Time to take it easy on the stomach and “detox” after a whole weekend of ribs, steaks, burger and everything that comes with it :/ Memorial day weekend can be tough on the body. I spent the whole weekend hiking and kayaking with 3 boys, needless to say all they wanted to eat was burgers
Yes, yes I know… tandoori chicken is supposed to be cooked in a Tandoori oven (clay oven). But let’s get real here… I live in an apartment in NY, sooooo… that’s not happening. Also, I do not want to stand over a hot grill and flip chicken while hosting a dinner. My mom taught me this recipe
There’s biryani and then there’s Dum Biryani! Biryani is essentially a special dish of rice cooked with spicy, marinated meat. Your usual biryani is rice and meat cooked separately and then mixed together. Dum Biryani is cooked in a special way where the raw meat and rice is cooked together. Sounds intimidating… but trust me,
This recipe is great for a quick dinner on those busy weeknights. Since this can be eaten cold or room temperature, it’s also a great option for outings or picnics.