Chicken Recipes to Feed Your Family + HM #202

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Chicken Recipes to Feed Your Family + HM #202

I am so  excited about this roundup theme. My family loves to eat chicken, so it is always nice to find new and delicious ways to serve it up. The gals of Home Matters are bringing you all things chicken in celebration of National Chicken Month. Enjoy!

 

One Skillet Chicken with Lemon Garlic Cream Sauce from Marzia @ Little Spice Jar

 

Baked Garlic Brown Sugar Chicken from Camille @ Your Fitness Fantasy

 

Sheet Pan Maple Mustard Roasted Chicken from Amanda @ The Cchunky Chef

 

Citrus & Shallot Roasted Chicken from Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai

 

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Lemon Parsley Chicken – A Quick and Easy Dinner

 

Lemon Parsley Chicken – A Quick and Easy Dinner

 

Make dinner quick and easy with fresh herbs, garlic, and onions from Dorot Gardens in perfectly sized frozen cubes. Get my recipe for Lemon Parsley Chicken and let Dorot be your sous chef. #ElevateYourPlate

 

Lemon Parsley Chicken Recipe

Make dinner quick and easy with Dorot Gardens as your Sous Chef!

 

Oh, my gosh. I am so excited to share my new find, Dorot Gardens. Fresh herbs and spices prepped and ready to use. Have you heard of this? Perhaps you’ve seen the product in the store, but didn’t know what you were looking at.

Dorot Gardens picks herbs and spices such as parsley, cilantro, basil, dill, garlic, onion, ginger, and chili, and freezes them into cube shaped portions perfect for your home cooking. It’s a sous chef in a tray! It’s so easy to pop a cube of your favorite ingredient(s) into your dish — from the freeer to the skillet in a jiffy!

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It was so nice to plop the crushed garlic into the pan without the garlic smelling hands. I also used the parsley cubes for our dinner. Here was our menu, Lemon Parsley Chicken, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, and Parslied Carrots. It was delicious!

Lemon Parsley Chicken Recipe:

Ingedients:

  • 2 Chicken Breasts
  • Dorot Gardens Parsley
  • 1 Large Lemon
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Olive Oil

Directions:

  1. Clean Chicken and pat dry.
  2. Slice half the Lemon into several slices. Reserve the other half for squeezing juice.
  3. Heat cast iron skillet with a little Olive Oil.
  4. Salt and Pepper chicken.
  5. Squeeze a little lemon juice into the skillet.
  6. Cook the chicken breasts over medium heat. Let them stand on one side to get good color before  turning to brown the other side.
  7. Squeeze lemon juice over breasts periodically.
  8. Add a cube of parsley to the breasts. Use the lemon slices to help spread the parsley over the chicken breasts.
  9. Make sure chicken breasts are fully cooked, and enjoy!

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Printable Recipe:

5 from 1 reviews
Lemon Parsley Chicken - A Quick and Easy Dinner
 
Lemon Parsley Chicken - A Quick and Easy Dinner. This dish is great for Sunday Supper or anytime. Tasty, delicious, and healthy.
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Type: Dinner
Cuisine: American
Ingredients:
  • 2 Chicken Breasts
  • Dorot Gardens Parsley
  • 1 Large Lemon
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Olive Oil
Directions:
  1. Clean Chicken and pat dry.
  2. Slice half the Lemon into several slices. Reserve the other half for squeezing juice.
  3. Heat cast iron skillet with a little Olive Oil.
  4. Salt and Pepper chicken.
  5. Squeeze a little lemon juice into the skillet.
  6. Cook the chicken breasts over medium heat. Let them stand on one side to get good color before turning to brown the other side.
  7. Squeeze lemon juice over breasts periodically.
  8. Add a cube of parsley to the breasts. Use the lemon slices to help spread the parsley over the chicken breasts.
  9. Make sure chicken breasts are fully cooked and enjoy!
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You can find Dorot Gardens in the freezer section next to the frozen vegetables. You will thank me the next time you have the wonderful flavors of  fresh herbs, garlic, or ginger without the washing, chopping, and peeling. Emjoy!

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Like this recipe? Check out these tasty dishes.

Citrus and Shallot Roasted Chicken

Italian Stuffed Chicken Recipe

Strawberry Jalapeño Glazed Chicken Recipe

Grilled Barbecue Ranch Chicken Tacos

 

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Fried Tuna Pancakes With Potato Recipe

Serve your family something delicious and nutritious with Fried Tuna Pancakes for any meal. A quick and easy recipe that will tempt your taste buds.

Fried Tuna Pancakes with Potato

Delicious and nutritious for any meal

 

How to Make Fried Tuna Pancakes with Potato, Onion, and Garlic

Looking for a different way to use tuna? Try this tuna pancakes recipe that you will surely love.

Canned tuna is a favorite of many people around the world. When I was in college, I remember regularly buying canned tuna because it has many uses. It can serve as a snack, a standalone dish, and as a sandwich spread.

Do you want a tuna dish that’s different? Then check out this fried tuna pancakes recipe. It is a nutritious dish that you can prepare and cook in less than an hour. And it’s so delicious that your kids will love it, too.

Is canned tuna safe to consume?

Before we get into the recipe, I would like to focus first on canned tuna. Is it safe to consume? Or should you just opt for fresh tuna?

I mentioned this because there are some people who believe that canned tuna contains mercury which can harm the nervous system and other parts of the body. Mercury occurs in the environment particularly the oceans, and fishes like tuna can absorb it.

The good news is that canned tuna is very healthy and safe to consume because it doesn’t have mercury. And according to dietitians, fresh tuna steak is more likely to have mercury than canned tuna as the latter is made with younger fish.

Experts also agree that consuming a can of tuna every week is alright, even if you are pregnant.

What are the health benefits of canned tuna?

Canned tuna is also packed with many nutrients that can do a lot of wonders to your body. It contains omega-3 fatty acids that promote good brain function. This is an essential fatty acid that has also been shown effective in reducing inflammation in the body as well as lower risks of heart disease and cancer.

Canned tuna also has high levels of niacin, a B-vitamin that helps keep the digestive system healthy. Niacin can also keep the skin glowing and our nerves well-functioning. In fact, a three-ounce serving of canned tuna has about 11 milligrams of niacin.

Another good seafood source of niacin is canned oysters.

Finally, canned tuna has a good amount of vitamin B 12 that supports normal brain function and aids in red blood cell production.

How to buy canned tuna

While canned tuna is safe and healthy to eat, this doesn’t mean that you should just get and buy any canned tuna you see on the grocery shelves.

There are plenty of tuna species, but the best one is skipjack or light tuna. Fortunately for all of us, this is also the most commonly found in tuna cans on grocery store shelves. There’s just one problem with this tuna—it has a light gray color that is slightly unappealing to most people. But if you could not care less about the color, then I suggest you go for a canned tuna using this tuna type.

I also recommend that you shop for those canned tuna products caught by troll or pole-and-line. This is considered as the most environment-friendly and sustainable option. As such, canned tuna with labels such as “school caught” are the ones you should be getting.

You should also think twice about getting flavored tunas since these have excessive amounts of sugar and salt.

 

Fried Tuna Pancakes with Potato, Onion, and Garlic Recipe

This recipe takes about 20 minutes of preparation and 30 minutes of cooking time. It yields four servings.

Ingredients:

  • One large potato, peeled and cubed
  • Four cans of tuna, drained
  • One egg
  • 1/4 cup of chopped onion
  • 1 tablespoon of Dijon mustard
  • 1 tablespoon of dry breadcrumbs
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon of Italian seasoning
  • 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
  • 1 teaspoon of Italian seasoning
  • Salt and black pepper to taste

Step by step guide:

  1. Place the cubed potato in a small pot. Add salted water and cover it. Bring this to a boil before reducing the heat to medium low. Simmer until tender, or for around 20 minutes.
  2. Drain and let the steam dry for 1-2 minutes. Mash the potato using a fork in a bowl.
  3. Combine the tuna, onion, egg, Dijon mustard, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, bread crumbs cayenne pepper, salt, and pepper into the potato.

Tip 1: If there is no Dijon mustard in your pantry, you can totally use these mustard substitutes like wasabi, honey mustard, etc.

  1. Divide this into eight equal portions. Shape them into patties.
  2. Heat the olive oil in a skillet placed over medium heat. Fry the patties for about 3 minutes per side, or until they turn brown and crispy.

Tip 2: Pour enough olive oil to coat the skillet so that the patties won’t easily break apart.

 

Printable Recipe: Fried Tuna Pancakes with Potato

5 from 1 reviews
Fried Tuna Pancakes With Potato
 
Prep time
Cook time
Total time
 
Serve your family something delicious and nutritious with Fried Tuna Pancakes with potato, onion, and garlic for any meal. A quick and easy recipe that will tempt your taste buds.
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Type: Main
Serves: 4 servings
Ingredients:
  • 1 large potato, peeled and cubed
  • 4 cans of tuna, drained
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup of chopped onion
  • 1 tablespoon of Dijon mustard
  • 1 tablespoon of dry breadcrumbs
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon of Italian seasoning
  • 1/4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
  • 1 teaspoon of Italian seasoning
  • Salt and black pepper to taste
Directions:
  1. Place the cubed potato in a small pot. Add salted water and cover it. Bring this to a boil before reducing the heat to medium low. Simmer until tender, or for around 20 minutes.
  2. Drain and let the steam dry for 1-2 minutes. Mash the potato using a fork in a bowl.
  3. Combine the tuna, onion, egg, Dijon mustard, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, bread crumbs cayenne pepper, salt, and pepper into the potato.
  4. Tip 1: If there is no Dijon mustard in your pantry, you can totally use mustard substitutes like wasabi, honey mustard, etc. Find 5 Mustard Substitutes at https://cookthestone.com/dijon-mustard-substitute/
  5. Divide this into eight equal portions. Shape them into patties.
  6. Heat the olive oil in a skillet placed over medium heat. Fry the patties for about 3 minutes per side, or until they turn brown and crispy.
  7. Tip 2: Pour enough olive oil to coat the skillet so that the patties won’t easily break apart.
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Conclusion

Canned tuna is a good source of nutrients especially if you are on the go. It can also be served in different ways. Try the recipe I shared above if you want something that’s delicious and easy to prepare. This is filling enough for lunch and dinner.

What do you think of this recipe? Don’t hesitate to write in your thoughts on the comments section below.

I want to thank Susan for sharing this amazing recipe and her beautiful photos with us today. I cannot wait to give this dish a try!

Be sure to check out Susan’s blog, Cook The Stone, and follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

If you are looking for something to go alongside these tuna pancakes, try my Arugula Salad with Tomato and Pignolia or Spinach, Strawberry & Pine Nuts Salad.

 

 

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