Gochujang Chicken Thighs
Looking for a bit of spice? Why not make these spicy and savoury Gochujang Chicken Thighs?! Made with Korean gochujang paste, these chicken thighs are sure to have a kick, but also a bit of sweetness and a lot of savoury flavour. I prefer to marinade these overnight, but if you’re in a pinch, you can coat them in the marinade and cook immediately.
Classic Chicken Kiev
Of all the wonderful recipes that you can make with chicken, this one is in my Top 5 for sure! This Classic Chicken Kiev is stuffed with a delicious herb and garlic butter before being breaded and baked. While it’s not to be eaten everyday, it’s great as a treat or to impress your friends and family!
This classic Italian recipe is made fresh ingredients and comes together in just minutes! Enjoy this lemony recipe this spring with a side salad or pasta!
Herbed Roast Chicken with Roasted Vegetables & Gravy
Roast chicken is often served as a Sunday meal, but why not jazz it up for Thanksgiving?! A roast chicken serves a much smaller crowd than a whole turkey, so this is a great option if you are entertaining for only a few people this Thanksgiving season. This chicken is packed with traditional Thanksgiving herbs and is kept incredibly juicy with lots of butter!
Chicken Strips with Honey Mustard Sauce
Move over frozen chicken strips! My homemade version of this classic snack is so crispy and succulent that I guarantee this will be your new favourite recipe. Paired with a sweet and spicy honey mustard sauce, these will be a hit with both children and adults!
Soy Sauce Chicken
If you like soy sauce, then this recipe is for you! a whole chicken is marinated in a combination of soy sauce and various spices overnight then is poached and roasted in the oven! While this recipe is a bit complex, it is well worth it when you bite into a piece of perfectly moist and flavourful piece of chicken!
Thai Red Curry Noodles
These Thai Red Curry Noodles are super simple and come together in under 20 minutes. Plus this recipe can be easily adapted to use whatever vegetables you have in your fridge as well as to any vegan, vegetarian, or pescatarian diet.
Chicken Udon Noodle Soup
Chicken Noodle Soup gets an upgrade with this Japanese version of Chicken Udon Noodle Soup! This soup is a whole meal in one and is sure to warm you up!
Blueberry-Stuffed Chicken Breast
This Blueberry-Stuffed Chicken Breast makes for an elegant summer meal. I stuff a plain, boneless and skinless chicken breast with goats cheese, basil leaves and tons of fresh blueberries. If that doesn’t sound good on its own, its get even better when the whole stuffed chicken breast gets wrapped in Italian prosciutto! Serve this with some extra blueberry sauce on the side and your summer dinner party is taken care of!
Blueberry & Grilled Chicken Salad
Jazz up your everyday salads with the delicious and seasonal salad recipe featuring BC Blueberries! This salad dressing is just as impressive as the salad itself as it features the sweet and spicy flavours of Salt Spring Island Kitchen Co.’s Raspberry Habanero Jam.
Asian Heritage Rice Bowls
Inspired by the chicken rice bowl at Heritage Asian Eatery in downtown Vancouver, comes my take on this healthy and nutritious dish. You can mix up this recipe by adding different toppings and protein options. No matter what, this is guaranteed to be a colourful dish and will get you to eat the rainbow in no time!
Poblano Peppers Stuffed with Chicken & Cheese
I have lightened up a traditional Chile Rellenos recipe by stuffing the Poblano peppers with shredded chicken breast and some cheese. They are topped with a delicious red salsa (that is good enough to drink on its own) and are baked in the oven with a bit more cheese on top.
While Sesame Chicken is certainly not a traditional Chinese dish, it always comes to mind when I think of Chinese food. Sesame Chicken is an Asian-American dish that was invented in North America and still appears on Chinese take-out menus to this day. Why, you ask? Because it is damn delicious! Tender pieces of chicken are breaded, fried and topped with a sweet sauce- I mean, what’s not to love?