So, first I have to say a boneless,skinless chicken breast doesn't always take an amazing photo.But what this chicken lacks in beauty it makes up for in taste.
We have chicken a lot and it can be hard to find different ways of dressing it up. I made this after work one night and loved that it came together quickly and with little effort.
What's your favourite way to cook chicken?
This past weekend my husband and I joined our friends on a cottage weekend. While the weather was not so great we had an amazing time meeting new friends and playing Heads Up (this one is for the guys....).
To make sure everyone got a chance to relax we all took on a meal and Jordan and I got Sunday breakfast. My mom suggested a recipe from: A Collection of Delicious Recipes from Harbour House Hotel.
The cook book has a ton of great (and easy) recipes that can feed groups - perfect for the cottage! This said it would feed 10-14 and served 9 comfortably.
Another added bonus - you make it the night ahead! In the morning it is ready then less than an hour. It also brings people together. Robbie and I had only know each other for a day but in the kitchen it was like we worked together for years!
I adapted this recipe,largely because I left the recipe at home, but when you add more sugar and Skor to French toast,there is no wrong way!