To give you a “taste” to go with this visual, it’s melted Werther’s Original hard candies. Almost exactly.
No food processor, no standing mixer, no kneading – no lie! All you need is a bowl, a whisk, a spoon, and a baking sheet. Now some recipes I post here barely need the “how-to” pics as the directions are pretty standard; this recipe (and all that use yeast), benefits from the photos. I will show you EXACTLY how it should look so that you know things are working properly. This will make a simple recipe even easier, if that’s possible – and there is nothing tastier than fresh, garlicky, olive-oily bread.
Poor potatoes. Everyone hates on ’em but for no good reason, if you ask me. They’re a vegetable and they have more potassium than a banana. Plus, when they taste this good the health aspect pretty much goes out the window.
My least favorite part of using the crockpot? Drab colors. Not the case here with this fiery red thai-style chicken that uses all “real” ingredients (and pretty few ingredients, I might add). I also dislike when a crockpot recipe is any harder than “mix ingredients in crockpot and cook for 8 hours”. I mean, if it’s supposed to be easy it better be easy. Again – this recipe fits the bill. A definite make again for me as my house smelled stupendous all day and the meal tasted even better than it smelled.
Hopefully you have experience with the flavor combinations listed in the title and are already salivating. It’s difficult to mess this one up, kids.
One of my favorite Christmas-time dinners, it turns out, is pretty easy to make. It’s also a fairly consistent crowd-pleaser so it might just become a standby for entertaining.
Brianna (early 30’s mom) had one, Tess (neighbor, 6) had four, and Rich (hungry man) had ten. And I had one. Gone in less than 30 minutes. Maybe next time I’ll make a double batch.
I wanted to put “gluten-free” in the title but I didn’t, and I’ll tell you why. As I dabble into the world of gluten free cooking/baking (for my husband’s sake – not mine), I find that the best results are recipes that are naturally gluten free – no swaps. These cookies are flour free and somehow exist just fine without grain. I would make these whether gluten free was my goal or not. Back to the title – these aren’t “gluten free cookies”, they’re just great cookies that happen to be gluten free.
So tempted to write “Chicken Fiesta” soup but I don’t see how the literal translation has anything to do with the flavor of soup. Chicken party? It sounds more like a children’s book title.