Piece of Cake Caribbean Chicken
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Last week I shared a quick & easy recipe from Tracy over at Moms In A Blog and mentioned she’s writing a sweet little Kindle ebook called Cooking from the Pantry: The Busy Mom’s Guide to Creating Fabulous No-Fuss Meals in 30 Minutes or Less.
The recipes are so tasty that I wanted to share one of my favorites. In fact, it’s one that I ask her to make for me every time we’re able to get together in person. 😉
Tracy wrote this cookbook because she knows what it’s like to be a busy work at home, homeschooling, wife & mother. She says:
Those things keep me pretty busy. There are things I choose not to focus on because other things are more important. For instance, I’d rather sit on the floor playing with my kids than sweep or mop it.
I am not an overly organized person. That doesn’t mean I don’t have structure to my day, it simply means that I don’t take the time to do extensive meal planning, cut coupons or spend a ton of time at the grocery store.
I do, however, cook pretty good meals that my family likes to eat in less time than it takes to watch an episode of your favorite TV show.
Piece of Cake Caribbean Chicken
- 1 bag Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) Chicken
- 1 large can of crushed Tomatoes
- 1-2 Medium Onions, chopped
- 1 Stick of Butter
- 1 can of Coconut Milk
- Curry Powder
In a large pot add the stick of butter, chopped onions and chicken. Cook until chicken is cooked through and starting to brown. Add the can of crushed tomatoes and curry powder to taste.
Note: When I went to buy curry powder from my local grocery store I didn’t realize it said Jamaican Curry Powder. We loved it and it’s what we use. However, regular curry powder will work too, since I’m pretty sure that’s what was meant.
Bring to a boil for 3-5 minutes and then simmer for 25 minutes. Add coconut milk just prior to serving.
We serve this over rice with a side of something green.
You can also add all of the ingredients into a crockpot (except coconut milk) and cook on low while you’re away from home. When you’re ready to eat, add the coconut milk and cook until just warmed through.
If you’d like to see more of Tracy’s recipes then pick up your own copy of Cooking from the Pantry: The Busy Mom’s Guide to Creating Fabulous No-Fuss Meals in 30 Minutes or Less
As a busy mom, you know that sometimes dinner time rolls around and you have no clue how to answer, “What’s for dinner?”.
Tracy Roberts knows how that goes but she’s figured out a way to make delicious meals, in 30 minutes or less, that her family enjoys so much that they ask for more. She shares her strategy in her Kindle ebook, Cooking from the Pantry: The Busy Mom’s Guide to Creating Fabulous, No-Fuss Meals in 30 Minutes or Less.
Included inside are Tracy’s basic grocery list, a list of meals she creates from it and a few of her family’s favorite recipes. Click here to get your copy today www.hillbillyhousewife.com/pantrycookbook
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