Showing posts with label main dish. Show all posts
Showing posts with label main dish. Show all posts

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Vegetable and Chicken Shish Kabobs/#SundaySupper

     I don't know about you, but I love to grill! So, when I saw that today's #SundaySupper theme was Farmstand Favorites, I knew I wanted to make these Vegetable and Chicken Shish Kabobs. Why? You grill everything but the rice!
      I used large chunks of chicken breast mixed with colorful purple onion, red and orange peppers, and some pineapple chunks. The difference with this recipe is that I grilled the veggies separately from each other. They all need different amounts of time on the grill to bring out their optimum flavor. Then after they were all grilled, I put the shish kabobs together, glazed them with a special homemade tropical sauce, and put them back on the grill. They came out beautifully grilled, with the flavors complementing each other perfectly. I served the kabobs on a bed of whole grain rice, with a drizzle of homemade tropical sauce.

Vegetable and Chicken Shish Kabobs

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Chicken and Veggie Stir Fry/#WeekdaySupper

This Chicken and Veggie Stir Fry is a meal that is always being served in our house. We probably have it twice a week. It is a super quick meal that is good for you, and just perfect for a summertime family meal. One of the reasons it is quick to make is because I almost always have 2-3 chicken breasts cooked and ready to eat in the fridge. You can substitute those for the raw ones in the recipe. My son lives with us and he has the type of job that requires him to be in tip top physical shape, so chicken is his friend. Which means that it is pretty much all we eat. A really good aspect of this recipe is that it can accommodate a lot of different likes and dislikes when it comes to what goes in it. For instance, for this particular meal, everyone has the rice, chicken, corn and broccoli. Only my husband and I want the onion and only I want the zucchini and squash. So I cut up them up and set them aside. I did the same with the onion. When I start putting everything together, it goes quick.

Chicken and Veggie Stir Fry