{Nourish} Parmesan Dijon Chicken

Parmesan Dijon ChickienAsk my clients and they will tell you…this is their all-time favorite recipe. I’m not sure why it took me this long to post it to the blog! It is a staple in our house and I have been teaching this recipe for years. It’s as simple (three ingredients and 15 minutes!) and delicious as a chicken recipe can get. You simply have to trust me on this one…your mind is going to be blown and you are going to be making this recipe on a regular basis for years to come. The best part? All you need is chicken, Dijon mustard and shredded Parmesan cheese! Continue reading “{Nourish} Parmesan Dijon Chicken”

{Nourish} Roasted Carrots with Honey and Basil

Roasted Carrots Honey and BasilConsidering the amazing response I received from the best ever Chocolate Cashew Butter Zucchini Muffins I posted last week, I considered changing the blog to an “all chocolate, all the time” deal! We can dream, right! And, while this recipe may be a far cry from ooey, gooey chocolate muffins, it is deliciously sweet. I have to laugh, I feel like my kitchen has become my own personal episode of top chef each week as I am determined to cook every damn thing in my CSA share. Maybe that should be a reality TV show–cook away your CSA. I know I am not the first to feel inspired yet challenged by this task. Yes, there are still a few zucchini hanging out in the fridge but that feels more manageable now. The carrots on the other hand, sheesh. I have been holding off cooking them as they have a bit more staying power then all of a sudden I realized there were three bunches piled up, begging to be eaten. Behold, Roasted Carrots with Honey and Basil. Continue reading “{Nourish} Roasted Carrots with Honey and Basil”

{Nourish} Quinoa Tabbouleh

Quinoa TabboulehRemember that beautiful Spring Vegetable Frittata that I shared on Tuesday, well this super simple Quinoa Tabbouleh is its perfect mate! Colorful, flavorful and loaded with good-for-you ingredients, this recipe is a mainstay in our house. I have been making it for years and I am shocked that it is, just now, making it’s way onto the blog. Whip it up for a brunch, BBQ of weekend lunch. It’s a crowd pleasure to say the least. Save yourself some time and pre-cook the quinoa (or another grain of your choosing). I have even used frozen, defrosted quinoa in a pinch as  I usually have the other ingredients in the house!  Continue reading “{Nourish} Quinoa Tabbouleh”