I have been soooo very lazy lately, plus sick………you work at a school and well, lets just say its cootie town. I needed a quick easy recipe…..I needed to get back to the couch. Indian Curry Pulled Chicken Sandwich.
There is a terrible bug that has broken loose at school, we are falling like flies. I should have a voided the nurses office at all costs, but nooooo I had to stop by for just a minute, then bam, down for the count. Days and days…..the horror was real.
Are you busy??? Dumb question, we are all busy…..how about curry in a hurry……. Crock Pot Coconut Pork Curry!
Maybe it’s not in a hurry in the traditional sense, but it’s a crock pot meal, so you can make it in a hurry, and let the crock pot do the rest of the work. Then you will have hours of free time to do as you like! Ha Ha!Continue reading “Crock Pot Coconut Pork Curry”
Nothing says Sunday dinner like a roasted chicken…….Honey Mustard Roast Chicken.
When I was growing up, having a roasted chicken was like a mini Thanksgiving. We usually had mashed potatoes with gravy, and corn. We had corn because that was about the only vegetable my picky brother and I would eat. But, the best part was, my Grandma’s stuffing…….every family has a special dressing for holidays and my Grandma’s was the dressing that we all fought over when it was time to go home and she was packing the goodie bags. Lucky for me I lived right next door, so I had special access. The dressing has special memories of holidays and Sunday dinners.
Back in the day when everything, and I do mean everything was cooked until it was falling off the bone. The only complaint I had was that sometimes the chicken was dry…….well until you covered it with gravy. So, what to do to make that Sunday chicken moist……….
One of my favorite recipes is Simple Roasted Chicken ……….only salt and pepper on a very well dried bird and into a high heat oven…….I know, I was skeptical at first too, but it is truly the best chicken.
A nice sauce can produce a moist bird, as is the case with this “yard bird” recipe. On top of super yummy, it’s super duper easy. Mix, pour, bake, gobble up………more on the gobbler meal later in the week.
A simple sauce of yellow mustard, soy sauce, honey, and curry powder poured over the chicken and roasted……..hmmm,hmmm,hmmm………..it was delicious.
You can serve this with potatoes, rice, pasta, or as Tim and I did……… the Roasted Pear Salad.
Leftovers…….if you have any……..which I suspect you will not……….can be used in chicken sandwiches, or added to a pasta or soup dish.
When you can’t decide on what to fix for a special Sunday dinner, give this bird a try!!