After a week's worth of chicken recipes from Lorraine Wallace's Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken, we're bound to end up with some leftovers. Chicken salad? Well, sure, but how about something a little different, a little unexpected. How about this Quick Chicken and Vegetable Quiche?
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Roast chicken is one of those dishes that never fails to please—except maybe not in the dead of summer when turning on the oven means raising the temperature of your kitchen to uncomfortable heights. For those days we present Stovetop Summer Chicken from Lorraine Wallace's Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken. This stovetop roasting method keeps the temperature, well, temperate, and produces a chicken that's wonderfully juicy with loads of crisp skin.
Chicken breasts are one of those go-to dinner making essentials that most folks have stocked in the fridge or freezer for those nights that raise the question, "What's for dinner?" This Sesame Chicken from Lorraine Wallace's Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken takes a classic weeknight dinner dish and gives it a welcome twist.
Lettuce cups are always a good time: they're hands-on, tasty, and super quick to throw together. Adapted from Lorraine Wallace's Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken, these Chicken and Cashews in Lettuce Cups combine lean ground chicken, ginger, and scallions in a sweet soy-honey glaze. Tossed with crunchy water chestnuts and cashews, they make for fine warm-weather eating.
Memorial Day means that grilling season is officially upon us and with it comes the need for more grilling recipes in our lives. And these Skewers of Sage Chicken with Sweet Italian Sausage from Lorraine Wallace's Mr. Sunday's Saturday Night Chicken are exactly what we're looking for. Combining lean cubes of chicken breast with fatty, flavorful Italian sausage is a genius move, with all of those great porky juices cooking into the chicken along with a gorgeous olive oil infused with garlic and rosemary. Oh, and those leaves of sage wedged between the chicken and sausage? They've got all of the right bright, herbal notes that bring everything together.