The following recipe provides a basic outline of Thai Chicken Curry but you can adjust the quantity of the ingredients according to your taste. Alter the spice with the chiles, the salt with the fish sauce, and the flavor and color with the curry paste.
Chicken noodle soup is a healthy all-in-one meal that provides lean protein, starch and veggies with each bite. It is a comforting meal choice even when you aren't feeling under the weather.
One of my grandmother-in-law's specialties was Chicken Dumpling Soup. Dumplings come in many forms and there are many countries and cuisines that have some form of chicken dumpling soup. From what I can tell, these dumplings most resemble those found in Hungary and Poland.
I prefer using homemade chicken broth but sometimes I simply don't have enough time to let a whole chicken simmer for four hours. Using chicken breasts instead of a whole chicken is a shortcut that will get you homemade chicken broth in only about an hour.
Once I tried making chicken stock and realized that it actually wasn't that hard to make, I decided to try making chicken broth. It, too, turns out to be a simple process at its basic level.
I have always been intimidated by making chicken stock (and chicken broth). After finally making it, however, I have realized how approachable it really is. There are many subtleties to making a good stock and I know I still have lots to learn by trial and error, but at its basic level, it is a simple process.
I love how colorful this salad is, which is also an indication of the vitamins and nutrients that you'll get with each bite. The salad doesn't try to hide the veggies but the bright rainbow colors and seasoned taste of the Italian dressing help make them more palatable if your kids are not fans of eating vegetables.