What I’ve put my foot in
Monday I made what it appears to be our Annual Fried Green Turkey Burger Tradition.
At my husband’s request I made them for dinner. As long as those tomatoes are still coming in the garden, this won’t be our last.
Does your family love pot pie? Well, here’s a semi homemade chicken pot pie recipe to make for your family.
If I can file this meal under any category, I’ll file it under simple. Simple as that. I prepare meals like this on days I don’t want to spend much time in the kitchen or when I have a lot to do. One important suggestion. When preparing meals like this set your timer and keep it near by. I have a timer app on my phone called the Kitchen Timer and it’s always by my side.
1 1/2 bags of frozen chicken breast. (thawed)
4-5 Sweet Peppers (sliced)
1/2 onion (sliced)
2 cans cream mushroom
Handful Basil (rinsed and chopped)
Handful Thai Basil (rinsed and chopped)
Directions Preheat over 350
Once your chicken breast have thawed, cut them in half to make them thinner and lay chicken in your oven proof dish. Sprinkle salt and pepper on top (no measuring). Next begin to layer onions, sweet peppers, basil and thai basil on top.
Lastly, pour cream of mushroom on top and I also add a little water to my can to get the rest out of it. If you noticed I used two separate dishes and distributed all ingredients for the two dishes.
Cover with foil and place in oven on 400 degrees for 55 minutes. Remove foil and let cook another 15 minutes.
I go through phases when I love an ingredient, I want to see what all it can do. So, I’ll bake it, fry it, boil it….and I enjoy every bit of it. Here’s a good spicy recipe you’ll love to cook for the fellas, Fried Chipotle Tilapia and the entire family. Here’s what you will need.
2 lbs Tilapia
1 1/2 cup Yellow Corn Meal
1 cup Flour
1 Tbl spoon Fine Sea Salt
2 Cans Chipotle
Marinate Tilapia over night in the 2 cans of chipotle (in refrigerator). You can do this by placing your fish in a plastic bag or container and pour the 2 cans of chipotle on top of your fish. Make sure each piece of fish is coated well.
Prepare your batter with 1 1/2 cups yellow cornmeal, 1 cup flour & 1 tablespoon fine sea salt.
Now it’s time to get your skillet ready. Pour vegetable oil in skillet and allow it to get hot. I still do the hot test by dropping flour in the skillet.
Once the oil is hot enough begin to batter your fish. If you have any small particles of chipotle on your fish, leave it and batter it with it on.
Once it has browned on both sides, remove and place on napkin to drain excess oil.
Serve it with your favorite sides.
Put Yo Foot In It!
If you tried this recipe please comment below.