I am absolutely delighted to share the news about this new cookbook from Gooseberry Patch with you!
In my family, with four boys who are hungry all the time, making quick and easy supper-time dishes is crucial. And having recipes for tasty dishes that don't require a ton of pots and pans to create is crucial for mom and dad too!
"101 Stovetop Suppers" fits this bill to a T! This spiral bound book is filled with delicious recipes and incredible photographs of each and every recipe.
There are three chapters in this book - but they are three jam-packed ones that are filled with delicious recipes that will be sure to please your family:
What I Chose To Try:
After careful perusing of the many tempting ideas, I choose to try out "Mom's Cola Chicken" - and what a great one to choose! Simple to make, and absolutely amazing to eat!
RECIPE: Mom's Cola Chicken
by Carla Slajchert, St. Petersburg, Florida
1 to 2 T. oil (we used coconut oil)
1 - 1 1/2 lbs. boneless, skinless chicken breasts
salt and pepper to taste
20 oz. bottle cola, divided (we used Coca-Cola!)
1 to 2 cups ketchup, divided
Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add chicken to oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and brown on both sides.
Pour enough cola into skillet to cover chicken. Slowly add enough ketchup to skillet until mixture reaches desired thickness.
Cover and cook over medium heat for about 45 minutes.
Add remaining cola and ketchup, a little at a time, every 10 to 15 minutes, until chicken juices run clear.
(My variation: I mixed the cola and ketchup together in a medium bowl, whisking the two ingredients together well. Then poured the mixture over the well-cooked chicken chunks, and allowed the dish to cook over medium heat for 45 minutes.)
|Fresh chicken breasts - we cut ours into chunks for this dish|
|The sauce was so yummy - it was hard not to keep "taste-testing" it before adding it to the chicken!|
|The result - a rich and delicious chicken dish that was an absolute hit with the family!|
Oh my goodness - this was so good! The chicken was so tender after cooking for so long, and that sauce - oh my - that sauce! It was kind of barbeque-y without the overwhelming smokiness of most BBQ sauces. This was rich and just thick enough to be absorbed by the chicken and was great on the white rice that we served with this.
We served this dish with a side of fresh green beans and a tomato and onion salad. It was a recipe that we will definitely serve again and again! Quick, easy, and delicious!
The folks at Gooseberry Patch have generously sent me a copy of "101 Stovetop Suppers" to give away to one lucky follower!
To enter: Going to make this one easy! Just leave a comment here on this post, with your email so I can contact you! I'll draw for a winner on September 28th.
This giveaway is limited to U.S. only, please.
Good Luck everyone!!
I received a copy of this book from the publisher for review and giveaway. I was not compensated for my opinion.