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7 November, 2017

Stir Fried Chicken Broccoli and Rice – Quick and Easy – Gluten Free

Stir Fried Chicken Broccoli and Rice – Quick and Easy – Gluten Free
Posted in : Gluten Free, poultry, Quick and Easy, Rice on by : poppop
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Stir Fried Chicken Broccoli and Rice…… ……besides being real good it’s real simple, quick and easy. Perfect for a busy weeknight. Faster and better than the take out or delivered. I’ll bet that you have everything that you need waiting for you in fridge and pantry. Let’s go with our Stir Fried Chicken Broccoli and
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23 October, 2017

Easy Chicken Breast Weeknight Dinner – 25 Minutes

Easy Chicken Breast Weeknight Dinner – 25 Minutes
Posted in : Main Course, poultry, Quick and Easy on by : poppop
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Easy Chicken Breast Weeknight Dinner….. ……can be done a lot of different ways, depending on what YOU have on hand and/or what YOU are in the mood for. You could use chicken tenders instead of filets but tonite we had some Grilled Chicken for the future in the freezer so it was even quicker and
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8 July, 2017

Microwave Chicken Parmesan – Super Quick and Easy

Microwave Chicken Parmesan – Super Quick and Easy
Posted in : Gluten Free, Main Course, Paleo, poultry, Quick and Easy on by : poppop
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 Microwave Chicken Parmesan? What are you, nuts? Yeah, but aside from that, it works! And, it is quick and easy. And, it doesn’t heat up the kitchen. When we were dining on it we couldn’t tell that it didn’t come from the stove. It was just as good as our usual chicken parmesan. We had
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30 May, 2017

Easy Chicken Cacciatore – 30 Minutes – Delicious

Easy Chicken Cacciatore – 30 Minutes – Delicious
Posted in : poultry, Quick and Easy on by : poppop
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Chicken Cacciatore is an old rustic Italian recipe that dates back to the middle ages. Translated it means “chicken hunter style”. It was originally done with rabbits that the hunters caught and the veggies were wild onions and mushrooms. Tomatoes hadn’t arrived from the “New World” yet.  The hunters used to bring wine along on
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