20 Days of Poultry

This may not be the traditional version of chicken and waffles but it is just as delicious.
In this simplified version, I’ve kept the intensity of flavors but used ground chicken to create a dish that is incredibly fast to make.
Use natural fruit juice, such as pineapple juice, combined with other seasonings to create both a marinade and a glaze.
This new family favorite stars chicken with aromatics from a blend of cardamom, peppercorns, and curry.
This spicy, balanced, protein filled meal is sure to satisfy your entire family.
Italian chicken meatballs are a delightfully different version of a traditional meatball using Italian spices combined with ground chicken or turkey.
Plain old meatloaf is boring so I like to create a more flavorful meal by using chorizo for a kick.
This filling, simple to make breakfast will provide protein and healthy fats for your day.
My timesaver trick to cordon bleu is to simply stuff it, brown it, bake it, and you won’t miss the extra carbs from the breading.
The scent of cardamom and the bright red tartness of lingonberries in this roasted chicken will bring flavor to your meal prep this week.
Versatile preparations for protein such as this ancho chipotle chicken, allow for it to be served in many different ways.
This comforting and flavorful chicken dish is great for clean eating or entertaining.
Chicken posole remains true to the flavors of the Aztecan meal combining garlic, onion, peppers, and of course, hominy.
Korean barbeque is known for using the flavors of garlic and ginger which I’ve added to shredded chicken to create a dish to make the whole family happy.
The best burgers, to me, are ones that have a little crunch, a little heat, and just enough sauce to make the flavors really stand out.
Using thin pieces of ground cooked chicken in place of wraps or bread has revolutionized my thoughts on sandwiches.
This version a fancy grown up pizza using sweet balsamic onions, gruyere, and arugula to make for a fun appetizer or game day centerpiece.