I will share some of the food I have made this week.
One of my new favorites followed very loosely from a cookbook is called Teriyaki Chicken.
I will give you the recipe I made up for my crock pot.
2 Lbs chicken breast cut in strips
2 eggs beaten
1/3 cup soy sauce
1/3 cup honey
1 T. sherry
1 clove garlic minced
My chicken was still partially frozen, so I cut it into strips. I put corn starch in a zip lock bag and dipped the chicken first in beaten eggs, with a little water added. Then dropped them in the corn starch and once they were coated I put them in the crock pot. I made the soy sauce/honey mixture and poured that over the chicken in the crock pot. I cooked it on low about four hours. About 30 minutes before I served it I made some more honey/soy-sauce mixture and poured it over the chicken and turned it on high. I am on this brown rice kick right now and I can't get enough of it. So I made brown rice and broccoli. There wasn't a scrap left.
I won't promise recipes on all of these. Here is a list of the food I made this week.
I made Chicken Parmesan Casserole. Totally yummy, I never have thirds on anything and I did this.
Crispy Baked Onion Rings-wonderfully good, but too much fiddly work. I got this recipe from Sally's Baking Addiction
She is my favorite go to gal for new and yummy food.
|Orange Cranberry Bread (with honey)|
It is not to say, I didn't have flops. I made a really yucky dinner, that I wished I had called out for pizza before I made them eat it. It was a recipe called Biscuit-Topped Beef. Icky!!
I think this might end up being a flop, I am still undecided.
|Bacon Jalapeno Popper Cheesy Bread|
Anyway, that is this week. Tonight we are having pork chops, scalloped potatoes and home made applesauce. Ron requested a pumpkin pie. I can maybe count on one hand how many times we have had pork. I have mentioned once before how my brother had 1000 sows. SO-MANY-HOGS!! It has taken me almost 40 years to eat bacon.
It is just cool enough, that when I turn on the oven to cook, it keeps the house nice and warm. Such a perfect time of year. Plus, I know I mentioned this, but I love my new crock pot.
I hope you have a wonderfully lovely day,
You are crocking and rolling! Way to go! I still have my wedding Poke Along crock pot. Maybe I should buy a new one?
I wish I could come over for dinner!
We are home all safe and sound! God blessed our time.
New crock pots are awesome! I'm still really nailing down mine. Like, I just figured out how to make chicken stock in it without melting away the gelatin.
That cranberry bread looks great. Do you use cooked cranberries, like sauce, or raw ones?
It's wonderful to hear the pure joy in your words.
Ooo, that chicken parm casserole sounds really good. I'm going to try it this week
the chicken sounds just great!
Your recipes sound so wonderful. ;)
I also love cranberry orange bread.
Crockpots are the best. Have you ever made homemade applesauce in your crockpot ?
I just love sharing recipe ideas ... and crockpots are so popular.
All the best Jan
i love food posts and crockpot recipes, thanks for sharing!!!
You foodie post make me think that everyone is happy at your house. I used to do meals like that but now it's just me and George and any time I cook a large casserole or meals, I have to send son over to my son's house. I love my crockpot too.
I love recipes with whole cranberries and I have one for cranberry cookies that are best the next day. They are so yummy and is a favourite of the family for Christmas.
Such yummy looking recipes! It's so nice that you are able to cook now, and enjoy it, without the heat of summer
. I just bought some fresh cranberries, so I can make cranberry orange bread. Everyone will love it, I'm sure :)
Thanks for sharing with us!
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