Impress your family with this no fuss way to create a fresh saskatoon pie.
Get recipe: Fresh Saskatoon Pie
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This one is for the broke person in all of us. This meal costs around 8$ all together, it fed 2 full grown men and it will feed those same 2 men again today! Awesome for when you’re in a pinch and the grocery store looks like the IRS!
This is a really simple recipe that results in some of the best chicken your taste buds will ever know. It’s savory with little explosions of mustard, lemon, and mint throughout the cut of meat. It is complimented well with a side of brown rice and broccoli.
So, this is easy, and delicious. It’s a great side, it’s a little heavy due to its fried nature, but the lack of excess ingredients helps keep it doable for dieters. There’s just 1 can of corn, and some bread crumbs. Other than that you just need some oil! It goes great as a side to any dish, especially tex-mex.
So you’ve got a bag of frozen chicken and a George Foreman? Do you have a coffee machine for your ramen? And some hot sauce too? Than you’re ready to make this delight. This recipe calls for it to be cooked in a pot, but if you only have a coffee pot, just cook the chicken on a foreman! Enjoy this spicy treat with someone you love!
Get recipe: Southwestern Chicken Ramen
Last time, chef Nikern showed us a quick method of cooking your Cabbage, but when you buy 1 head of cabbage. . . it’s still A LOT of Cabbage. So Here’s what you can do to split up your cabbage usage. This is an Asian Inspired Stir Fry recipe that has a little sweetness, some savory, and some acidic bite... eat it by itself, but you could noodle it up!