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Chicken is probably my go to protein on most nights. It’s quick, It’s easy, and It’s the first thing I think of when it comes to what I want for dinner. But I find myself going for the same recipes every week and chicken is such a versatile ingredient I feel it’s time to SHAKE things up a bit. Here are some yummy chicken recipes you can incorporate into your weekly meals and BONUS: you can make them all in one pan! (no clean up, no stress!)

Chicken Burrito Bowls

Chicken Burrito Bowls

Recipe: http://www.number-2-pencil.com/2014/05/22/one-pan-chicken-burrito-bowls/

Chicken Parmesan

One Skillet Chicken Parmesean

Recipe: http://www.ihearteating.com/2015/02/18/one-skillet-chicken-parmesan/

Chicken with Cilantro Lime Sauce

Skillet Chicken with Creamy Cilantro Lime Sauce

Recipe: http://sallysbakingaddiction.com/2015/07/08/skillet-chicken-with-creamy-cilantro-lime-sauce/

Thai Peanut Orange Chicken

Sticky Thai Peanut Orange Chicken

Recipe: http://www.carlsbadcravings.com/sticky-thai-peanut-orange-chicken-30-minutes/

Caribbean Jerk Chicken and Rice

Caribbean Jerk Chicken and Rice

Recipe: http://africanbites.com/one-pot-caribbean-jerk-chicken-rice/

Dorito Chicken Casserole

Dorito Chicken Casserole

Recipe: http://www.bunsinmyoven.com/2014/10/23/dorito-chicken-casserole/

Buffalo Chicken and Potato Skillet

Buffalo Chicken and Potato Skillet

Recipe: http://www.thewickednoodle.com/buffalo-chicken/#_a5y_p=2055810

I hope you find these chicken recipes unique and far from boring. Use them to spice up your dinners this week!

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Who doesn’t love yummy food, and most of what makes that food delicious is all that salt, sugar, and fat. Things that we should have in moderation but it’s not always easy to cut these out of diet. Here are some tips on how you can limit the amount of salt, sugar, and fat in your diet naturally and still enjoy delicious food.


Mix spices and herbs with fresh citrus juice, vinegar or wine. Coat food thoroughly and refrigerate for an hour before cooking.


Add creaminess to your food with purees. Unsweetened applesauce, pumpkin purée or squash purée can sub for oil, eggs or sugar in some recipes for baked goods. Silken tofu purée stands in for dairy in dressings and dips. Soaked and puréed cashews add richness to soups and sauces.


Get your pan sizzling hot before adding chopped onions and other vegetables. When they begin to stick, stir in a splash of water or reduced-sodium broth.

Balance it all with Brightness!

Instead of adding salt to elevate flavors, finish with:

  • A splash of vinegar
  • A squeeze of citrus juice
  • A handful of chopped herbs

Engage the Senses with Herbs and Spices

  • Garlic adds rich, savory flavor
  • Aromatic herbs help build your flavor foundation
  • Chiles and chile powder stimulate the palate
  • Cinnamon heightens sweet flavors


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