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Tired of Chicken

Here’s a shout out to my readers! Most of my go-to recipes involve chicken as the primary protein. While I try to vary the ways I prepare it I must admit that I’m getting a little chickened out.

I’ve checked out a bunch of my favorite cooking sites in the hopes of finding something new, but none of them have inspired me. My husband won’t eat pork so that’s definitely out. I wouldn’t mind a classic recipe that’s all together meat-less but my husband is a bit picky when it comes to veggies, so it might be hard to find something tasty that we would actually eat.

If any of my glorious readers have ideas on what I should prepare, PLEASE leave me a comment. If I don’t come up with a solution soon I’ll be forced to order pizza!

An Exacting Life

Thursday 24th of May 2012

Last month I posted about how I would soon get tired of sausages and I was craving chicken!

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Wednesday 23rd of May 2012

[...] thinking about it though. We eat a lot of chicken! So much so that I recently complained about how tired I am of eating it. Many of my recipes require the chicken to be baked and chopped up prior to adding it to the dish [...]


Tuesday 22nd of May 2012

meatballs made with ground lean beef or ground turkey - I also add some breadcrumbs for DD's meatballs and almond flour for mine. Also thinky shredded zucchini. that's the only way she'll eat zucchini so I add that, and i find that it makes ematballs moist.

fish patties / croquettes - made from tinned wild salmon is yumm! I also bake salmon fillets...

I will give that pepper stuffed with minced emat a try!

One Frugal Girl

Sunday 20th of May 2012

Thank you, thank you, thank you for all of the recommendations. I plan to try all of these out over the next few weeks. I'm going to make the pepper recipe tomorrow!

Justin @ The Family Finances

Friday 18th of May 2012

I secon what Newlywed on a Budget said about ground turkey in stuffed bell peppers. This is one of our regulars. You can even subtract the meat altogether, and it's still good.