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Everything about it is amazing, from the sky-high crust to the ooey gooey cheese and perfectly-seasoned fajita chicken.
But throw some grilled or roasted fruit in there and I’ll eat it no matter what – that’s why this Hawaiian chicken salad is so popular in the Pink Recipe Box household!
In my opinion you can never have enough lemon chicken recipes, so I thought I’d share a new one with you which includes orange as well as lemon – I had to differentiate it somehow!
You know what one of my favorite things to do on a weekend is? Roast a chicken. Does that sound strange?
It’s super-quick to throw together, ridiculously flavor-packed and even has some veggies tucked in there! What’s not to love?
When most people think of salads, they think of fresh, raw vegetables with crispy leaves and zesty dressing. This is a whole new take on the word.
I love sweet sauces with chicken and this has become one of my ultimate favorites. It’s so simple to throw together and only takes a few ingredients that you probably already have at home anyway.
One thing I could have done with this weekend was this chicken. It’s so so easy to throw together and tastes fabulous. Go ahead – try it!
Just roll with me on this one. It doesn’t take much to figure out what was going through my head when I created this dish.
Sometimes I love spending hours in the kitchen cooking lavish meals on the weekend, but sometimes I just want something that’s easy to throw to together without sacrificing any of the flavour. Cue this Shredded Moroccan Chicken.
I was going to attempt a thin and crispy base for this BBQ chicken pizza, but I couldn’t get the idea of a garlic bread crust out of my head, so I ditched the thin and crispy and went full steam ahead with a thick and chewy crust loaded with a cheesy garlic topping.
This balsamic chicken with bruschetta sauce takes hardly any work, but looks and tastes great.
This chicken taco chilli recipe is a great Mexican take on a traditional classic. The additional ingredients really take this dish to a whole other level that I feel regular chilli recipes really lack.
I came up with this recipe shortly after Christmas as a creative way to use up the left-over turkey. The cranberry sauce really makes this dish something special.