I stumbled across this recipe somewhere online last year and bookmarked it; I liked the one-pot meal aspect as well as the variation on 40 clove chicken. It’s just a fryer and rice cooked together slowly in a pot; quick, delicious, and hearty family meal.
Oh. My. Gosh. This improvised dinner that was absolutely, fabulously divine, with a hint of earthiness from the mushrooms, flavor from the leeks, and brightness from the artichoke hearts all coming together to coat the penne with love and delicioiusness. It’s easy to make, with a simple broth of just artichoke water, butter, and olive oil thickened with a bit of flour. Read on!
Toss your leftover rotisserie chicken in a pot with a few vegetables, herbs if you desire, and some water. Simmer as long as you can stand it, and you’ll have a perfect, luscious, rich, nutrient-laden stock to use as a base for your soups and sauces.
This is an updated recipe for family-friendly weeknight chicken enchiladas: music, dreams, and food, all rolled in a corn tortilla and topped with sauce.