I almost always have chicken and an array of vegetables in the house. This can lead to many dishes, but one of my go to basics is chicken stew. It is the base for my chicken and dumplings, chicken and drop biscuits, chicken with mashed potatoes, and chicken pot pie. You can adapt the spices and flavors in a variety of ways, but this is the basic method. My kids love having this on a cold evening after school. I hope you enjoy it.
Less than 200 calories per cup.
One of the most important parts of parenting is allowing your children to explore who they are. It can be the most terrifying and exhausting experience of your life, especially with cooking. The whole flame, heat, burn thing is a bit frightening with kids. But sometimes you need to throw a little excitement and danger into the mix. Well, at least excitement. So I say, start small. Crack some eggs, spread some flour, make a mess. There are so many things you can do to get kids involved in cooking. Eventually, they might find their own intuitive spirit about food. Such is the case with this recipe.
Stiletto2 and one of her best friends love to make "creations". Someday I will share with you the blue water terrace cake. Now that was frightening. But until then you will have to be amazed at this simple little recipe they cook up frequently. Way better than any chicken nuggets you get from a grocery store or at a fast food trough (note I didn't call it a restaurant). They took my breading recipe for frying fish, added some ingenuity, set up a station, and sprinkled a little Diva love and care. Presto they created the best chicken nuggets, ahemmmm, I mean bites you ever ate.
About 270 calories per serving.