And now they are all gone! Yum, Yum!!
This is “Magic Mushroom Powder”. This is the spice combination used on the Cracklin’ Chicken and the recipe is in the Nom Nom Paleo book. I can tell you this mixture really added to the flavor of the chicken. This was a super winner, dinner!!
Doesn’t this sound delicious!!
This really looked icky so we didn’t even try it.
I was really disappointed. The filing oozed out while they cooked.
I pulled them off the cookie sheet and cleaned them up a bit. They actually tasted really good, but I won’t be making them anytime soon. Too much work and too much waste. I wonder how I could make them without having them ooze???
Why? When I see a clothespin, I don’t immediately think about putting it on my nose!
This was the perfect recipe for this evening. To prepare this one, the vegetable are cut up and marinated in one zip lock bag, the chicken is marinated in another zip lock bag – the bags are left in the refrigerator for a couple of hours then placed in the pan to cook.
We had a really busy afternoon so being able to prepare ahead of time was great.
This is the closest in appearance to the book as I have come thus far.
Everyone liked this one – we will be making this one again when we have a busy afternoon!
I am totally enjoying trying out all of these new recipes!! I’ve been trying to make one each week. This week I tried this one…
These are my veges – I substituted regular potatoes for the sweet potatoes because I didn’t have sweet potatoes on hand.
I forgot to take a picture after it was all wrapped up and ready to bake. The foil packets were fun to make!
Boy did it smell so good right after we opened up those foil packets. Everyone LOVED this meal – WooHoo!!
My 15 year old son saw this recipe in the latest issue of the Family Fun Magazine and had to give it a go.
Both bowls disappeared in less than 30 minutes!! A win!
Well…I gave this a good try…
Aren’t these guys cute?! These are from the last batch that we picked out of the garden.
I cut up all of the ones in the refrigerator for this recipe. I still have more in the garden that are almost ready. I need to plant more carrots as the kids love them fresh, and they take so long to grow.
It doesn’t quite look like the picture in the book, but it looks pretty good, right?
We have a fire pit outside on our patio and this night was particularly nice so we decided to have dinner out there. We loaded our plates at the kitchen table and went outside to enjoy ourselves.
All of the kids tried this dish and you can see how they felt in the following photos :o)
The results are in and this recipe got a unanimous thumbs down – even from my husband and I. Well… you win some and you lose some! Back to the drawing board.