What happens when you combine chicken cutlets with pizza toppings? Winner, winner, chicken dinner!
Think you can’t have pizza and eat healthy at the same time? You can, and this salad pizza hits the spot. To make it even quicker, stop at your local pizza shop and grab a bag of their ready-made dough.
The four keys of a successful weeknight dinner: quick, flavorful, inexpensive, and easy. This is one of those dishes, as you make the entire thing on a single baking sheet! Simply toss your chicken and vegetables with a little oil, lemon juice, and spices, spread them all on a sheet pan, and pop it in the oven.
Since the sauce is hearty and chunky, it’s perfect to make in the slow cooker. While any part of the chicken works great, Gina Homolka prefers to use skinless chicken thighs that are still on the bone. The chicken comes out so juicy and tender, and the bones add flavor to the sauce.
The low, slow heat of a slow cooker is actually perfect for shallow poaching. Rather than submerging the salmon in the poaching liquid, Gina Homolka rests it on a bed of Meyer lemons with parsley, shallots, and white wine so it cooks gently and absorbs all of the delicious flavors of the aromatics.