Chicken Chili Dry is one of the most popular Chinese dishes for a reason. It's dry, as the name suggests, but packs so much flavor. Each piece of chicken is coated in a thin crispy layer that absorbs all the flavored oil its pan fried in. I'm a garlic lover though and through, but the ginger in this Chicken Chili Dry is phenomenal. As always, this recipe is easy, quick and full of flavor. I always make double batch of this because I eat half of it while I'm getting ready to serve it.
I've loved these little bundles of cheese for as long as I can remember. My mom used to make a huge pyrex dish of them, so it would last two days, and I would keep sneaking into the kitchen and scarf one down while no one was watching until I'd made a huge dent, after which I would run upstairs and pretend to sleep so I wouldn't be caught!
You know those dump everything together without really measuring too much, but still end up tasting bomb desserts? This is one of them, if not THE ONE. Chocolate Eton Mess is my take on the classic Eton Mess, a quintessential English dessert consisting of whipped cream, berries and crushed meringue. There's nothing wrong with that, right? But add some chocolate flair and you have yourself a winner!
You are all witness to my love of sandwiches. I could eat them one after another until the whole tray is gone. These particular sandwiches are my favorite because of the crunchy vegetables that add a magnificent crunch. I like keeping the chicken chunky, so there's more of a bite to it. Are you team finely shredded chicken or team chunky chicken? The ingredients are very basic in this recipe, but the flavors combine to give such a nice flavor that you'll be making these on the regular.