This extremely versatile shredded chicken recipe is the easiest it can ever get. Make a big batch, because it is never enough.
The season of soups and broths is upon us. Why not throw some brown rice into our flavorful chicken broth and call it a pulao.
This version of chicken tikka gets its compelling flavors from herbs like coriander and mint. The vibrant green color is a treat for the eyes and an instant turn on.
A mildly spiced, easy to make curry. Perfect for your everyday meals.
Just one pot, a handful of ingredients is all what you need to make this creamy, filling pasta.
Who says that you can’t make a butter chicken without butter. This creamy and smooth no butter version is as good as the butter loaded one, with way less calories. Serve it along cauliflower rice and enjoy your guilt free meal.
Spiced with cumin, pepper and green chili, this soup is unique in its own way. It’s my favorite thing to make when I have leftover chicken shreds.
This is one of the recipes that I have developed through months of trial and change and can now proudly say that I own it. There is not a single person who has eaten this soup and hasn’t asked me for the recipe. It has now become a regular for the many members of the family as well.
These are the easiest, quickest chicken wings you will ever make. My kids like cheese and ketchup, so I combined these two flavors.
Rubbed with spicy garlic pickle, coated with cheddar and then baked to a golden crisp, these chicken wings will take you into a different world of fusion.