Balsamic Chicken

If you think you can’t eat healthily because you haven’t got the time to cook from scratch – then think again! This is incredibly easy and provides you with so much nourishment in return. My family absolutely love this dish, so go on, give it a try! Ideally, the chicken thighs need to marinate for…

Guacamole Stuffed Chicken

If you’re at a loss what to do with your chicken breasts (let’s face it, who doesn’t?) why not try this grub-tastic recipe using paleo guacamole? It’s super-easy and tastes delicious! Prep time: 10 minutes. Cooking time: 30 minutes Serves 4 Ingredients 4 chicken breasts Guacamole (see recipe here – but only use half the…

Smoky Roast Chicken with Sweet Potato Wedges

This dish is a firm family favourite. In fact we love it SO much, that we’d be happy to substitute the turkey dinner for this on Christmas Day. Let’s just say that it’s SO good, that you’ll want to make it every weekend! I should mention that this recipe is adapted from a book called…

Spicy Aromatic Chicken

I think this is my new favourite! As the title suggests, the ingredients create the most wonderful aroma whilst the chicken is cooking. This is very easy to make and it’s all cooked in one pot. In fact I adapted this dish from my ‘One Pot’ cook book by Marks & Spencer. Good old M&S!…

Gluten-Free Mediterranean Chicken

This is a wonderful dish that I adapted from a recipe by Stephanie Kirkos, a gluten-free cookery expert. In her recipe she uses corn starch, which is the American name for corn flour, whereas I used polenta. Please refer to the end of this post for information on cornstarch, corn flour and cornmeal/polenta. This is…

Brunswick Stew

Brunswick stew is a traditional dish, popular in the American South, and usually associated with squirrel meat. However, squirrel meat is not so easy to come by in Manchester, so I used chicken instead! It’s believed this dish was invented in the early 19th century by a plantation cook named Danny Mears. I’ve adapted this…