My family loves our lighter chicken tikka masala sauce so much that we decided to make the Indian curry dish with fish instead of chicken. I knew it was a successful meal when my son devoured the fish just as quickly as he does the chicken.
I've received such good reviews about my homemade chicken sausage that I decided to transform it into meatballs. Spinach is the star ingredient that earned these meatballs a spot on my Tapas For a Cure menu, but I also love the fact that they are made with chicken.
This chili is easy to make and can be made on the stovetop or in a slow-cooker. I used leftover BBQ chicken but it would also be good with ground chicken, turkey or beef.
This is a great sausage for pizzas and pasta. By finely chopping the spinach and cooking it in the sausage, my son (along with the rest of us) consumes healthy leafy greens without even noticing!
This creamy potato salad is reminiscent of the classic potato salad that I had growing up. I love that I now don't have to feel guilty while eating it. It is made with light sour cream instead of mayonnaise so it is actually a nutritious side dish loaded with vegetables, healthy proteins and starch.
Deviled eggs make me think of Easter brunch but they make a great appetizer at any party or picnic. And they are the perfect dish for using up your Easter eggs.
The sun is out and summer has been on my mind so we had avocado turkey burgers for dinner last night. My fifteen-month old son devoured three-fourths of a giant burger and my husband said that he no longer needs to eat ground beef if this is what ground turkey can taste like!
Over the past couple of years we have made Tikka Masala many times in an effort to perfect it. It typically has heavy cream so our goal has been to create a lighter version while matching the restaurant creaminess and flavor. The last time we made this, our fifteen-month old son couldn't get enough of it!