If quick, easy and flavorful is your thing, then you have to make these Cajun Chicken Sandwiches. They took less than 30 minutes to throw together from start to finish...and possibly to being in your bellies. That makes them the perfect weeknight dinner at our house. And as always, they make tasty leftovers which we're always looking for. The key to these sandwiches is using a tasty Cajun seasoning, I use Louisiana Cajun Seasoning and it does not disappoint.
You may look at this vat of Greek Orzo Salad and think that it is way too much food for two people. I did make a ton, but it was refreshing and flavorful so Mr. KMW and I were happy having it for dinner one night, and for lunch everyday during the week. I will be happy to make this again for dinner, make it ahead for a week of lunches or it will be great for BBQ's this summer.
As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I had a serious case of Spring fever and this was part of that. I went with my latest go to seasoning for the chicken, lemon and black pepper, and then let the flavors of the Greek ingredients take it home from there.
Did I mention it's super easy? All of this goodness for so little effort...that's my kind of cooking!
Now it's your turn, get a jump on Spring with this salad. I hope you all are having the nice weather we are enjoying in Seattle this weekend.
This photo got a lot of love when I posted it on Instagram. I knew I couldn't be selfish and keep it to myself so here I am posting it for you all.
Not only is it as delicious as it sounds and looks, but it is so darn easy! It literally takes about 10 to 15 minutes from start to finish. And probably took us even less time to devour (by probably I mean definitely). It's a perfect sized dessert for 2-4 people (although I could see myself justifying one) and could easily be scaled to a bigger size to feed a crowd. I can't think of an easier dessert for a party, and this would be an absolute hit.
This version is graham crackers dipped in straight up chocolate and marshmallows, but I also plan to try the following variations. Let me know what your ideas are!
I don't know about you all, but I'm getting spring fever here in Seattle. After a couple of really rainy weeks, we've had a few days of upper 50's and sunshine and I get to see daylight when I get home from work...woot woot!
I know I'm getting a little aggressive with the limeade since it's still early March, but a couple of weeks ago I was in Scottsdale for work, had some lemonade and since then I just can't get enough. Needless to say, this won't be the last lemonade or limeade variation you'll see coming from me this spring and summer.
Since I'm drinking for two, I couldn't add any vodka or tequila to this concoction, but you should...and then let me know how delicious it turns out.
A special thank you to Mr. KMW for putting some elbow grease into juicing my limes. And remember, be sure to use protection, no one wants to get squirt in the eye with lime juice.
Hold onto your seats..I'm back! Well, I really didn't go anywhere, I got really busy at work, got into some house projects, spent a lot of time cheering the Seahawks to a Super Bowl Championship and was less motivated to take pictures of our food when I couldn't get that natural light of day. I was spoiled by having sun until 10pm in the summer.
To all of my friends and family who have asked if I quit blogging...nope, I haven't. We'll just call this a sabbatical. One that was apparently a little too long, because I had to call in my IT department...aka Mr. KMW...to remind me how to post my photos to the blog. Oops!
I'm coming back with a slow cooker recipe as I know you all enjoy them as much as I do. These Slow Cooker Chipotle Chicken Tacos were a reader favorite while I was on my hiatus, and you all are just going to love this pulled pork. My friends devoured these while stressfully enjoying a Seahawks playoff victory over the 49ers!