Nourish: Roasted Chicken Thighs with Olives, Potatoes, Artichokes and Lemon

The last three months feel like a blur and I feel a bit sheepy for being MIA. That being said, I have been doing my best to keep yummy nourishing food on the table at our house and I’ve been thinking of you all while I’m at it. I continue to patiently await for Spring to actually arrive (snow again this morning, what the heck!) so I figured an early Spring recipe would possibly encourage her to show up. A tasty and simple one pot meal, this recipe for Braised Chicken Thighs with olives, potatoes, artichokes and lemon is an easy weeknight meal the whole family will enjoy.  Continue reading “Nourish: Roasted Chicken Thighs with Olives, Potatoes, Artichokes and Lemon”

{Nourish} 20 Minute Coconut Chicken Curry

Coconut Curry Chicken @katiecavutord Weeknight dinners were getting a bit redundant until I resurrected this super simple Coconut Chicken Curry recipe that is super easy to make vegetarian for meatless meals. We have enjoyed this curry as a family and I’ve made it for dinner guest. I’ve even been told that it’s way tastier than take-out which is a huge win in my book. Curry in a hurry, yes it is. On the table in 20 minutes, this flavorful and warming one pot meal allows the cook in your house to get creative with spices and add-in’s. Our current favorites? Sweet potatoes, kale and the ridiculously easy honeydew salad pictured above. Continue reading “{Nourish} 20 Minute Coconut Chicken Curry”

{Nourish} What to Cook for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is my favorite food holiday but that doesn’t mean I want to spend days in the kitchen! Lucky for me (and you) I created a menu that’s nourishing, delicious and  EASY. This is your Thanksgiving cheat sheet. A snapshot from my turkey day meal last year, these gluten-free, dairy-free recipes include many make-ahead items as well as creative spins on classics.  From salads to flavorful sides, these dishes are sure to please any crowd. Have a Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Continue reading “{Nourish} What to Cook for Thanksgiving”

{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: Za’atar Chicken Thighs with Sweet Potatoes, Apple, Kale and Sorghum

Ah, the Instant Pot. This electric pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt making extraordinaire made its way into and out of my Amazon cart for over a year until I recently closed my eyes and hit purchase. Was it worth it? Make this recipe and you’ll find out. I paired seared chicken thighs with sweet potatoes, apples, kale and sorghum to create a one-pot fall feast the whole family is going to LOVE. Created in partnership with Simply Sorghum, this perfectly sweet and truly satisfying dinner recipe can be on your table in just over 30 minutes. No Instant Pot? No problem. I’ve included slow cooker instructions as well. Continue reading “{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: Za’atar Chicken Thighs with Sweet Potatoes, Apple, Kale and Sorghum”

{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: Raspberry Maple Mustard Salmon

Roasted Salmon with Raspberry, Maple and Thyme 

“NBThrive Kitchen” is back with one of my favorite salmon recipes, Roasted Salmon with Raspberry, Maple and Thyme . It’s already a top recipe on the blog and I know you’re going to love it too. Salmon may not be your go-to fish when it comes to pleasing the family but this glaze if so divine it may just win over your crew. Fresh or frozen raspberries are mashed and mixed with real maple syrup, a touch of mustard and some savory herbs to create a quick and easy recipe that will be on your table in less than 15 minutes. Plus, I turned it into a one-pan meal with the addition of asparagus.  Continue reading “{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: Raspberry Maple Mustard Salmon”

{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: Everyday Chicken One Pan Meal

This roasted chicken recipe with smoked paprika, oregano, maple and mustard is a true representation of week nights in my house. I roast chicken at least once a week and this is one of our favorite combinations. Whether I choose chicken thighs (are current favorite) or chicken breasts, I also maximize the fact that my oven is on by adding potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash and a more traditional vegetable to the mix. With very little hand-on cooking time, these one-pan dish recipes are lifesavers for weeknight. Continue reading “{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: Everyday Chicken One Pan Meal”