Rustic Chicken & White Bean Stew

The primary difference between a soup and a stew is the amount of liquid used to prepare it. To stretch your grocery budget a bit farther, double the amount of broth (or use a combination of broth and water) and add some chopped greens, such as spinach, kale, or escarole, to make a rich, satisfying soup instead.

Grilled Greek Chicken Skewers

This delicious and versatile recipe can be served over a bed of crispy salad greens, seasoned rice, and/or grilled vegetables. It can also be doubled or tripled to serve a larger crowd.

For a bright pop of flavor, squeeze the warm grilled lemon halves over the skewers right before serving.

Tip: For best results, use organic lemons for zesting.

Cast Iron Chicken Provençal

This flavor-packed dish hails from the Provence region in southeastern France. This version features economical bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs for maximum flavor, but any cut of chicken can be used provided the cook time is adjusted accordingly.
With that in mind, always cook meat to temperature, rather than by time. Final cook time will vary according to several factors, including thickness of the cut, internal starting temperature, and individual oven variations.
For best results, check with an instant-read thermometer after 15 minutes and adjust final cook time accordingly. (Chicken should be just over 160°F when it comes out of the oven. The temperature will continue to rise several degrees as it rests until it reaches the recommended safe temperature of 165°F).

Low Carb Chicken & Red Cabbage Stir Fry

Tip: Avoid adding extra salt while preparing this dish because the sauce tends to be a bit salty (unless you use low sodium ingredients). For best results, taste and adjust seasonings, as needed, right before serving.

Greek-Style Lemon Potatoes

For best results, drain and reserve excess cooking liquid after 45 minutes. Then, place the skillet back in the hot oven for another 5 minutes or until the potatoes are nicely browned and crispy on the edges.

Cheesy Gluten-Free Chicken Cutlets

If you can’t find ready-made chicken cutlets in your local grocery store, butterfly and pound regular chicken breasts between two sheets of plastic wrap with a rolling pin or meat mallet until ¼-inch thick.

Instant Pot® Butter Parsley Potatoes

The potatoes used for this recipe are Honey Gold baby potatoes. If you can’t find them in your local grocery store, you can substitute other varieties, such as red or finger potatoes. If using larger potatoes, cut into bite-sized pieces rather than in half.

Instant Pot® Lemon Parsley Chicken & Risotto

This satisfying Instant Pot® lemony chicken and risotto is the ultimate “one-pot” comfort food. Once you see how easy it is to make risotto this way, you may never return to the traditional “stand and stir” method again.

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