Saturday, March 21, 2015

Love and Avocado Caesar Chicken Salad

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Monday, March 9, 2015

Love and Slow-Cooker Burrito Brown Rice


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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Love and Creamed Spinach Chicken



Hello everyone!

This is (maybe) one of the favorite things to make.

I initially got a recipe very similar to this from a Trader Joe's frozen salmon package.

If you're an avid visitor of Love&Grub, you may have noticed I don't use a lot of seafood.

Although it is incredibly healthy and versatile, unless it's on a bagel with cream cheese, or in sushi, I typically don't eat/order/cook a lot of it.

I continue to try, which led me to this recipe. I made it with salmon and didn't care for it, but the creamy spinach sauce that came from it tasted amazing so I knew I had to try it with chicken.

Best. Decision. Ever.



Speaking of seafood, you may notice a new addition to my blog (if you are looking at it from a laptop/computer)...on the right hand side -->

There is now a breakdown of categories!

So if you are interested in finding out what few seafood recipes I have, (or poultry, or breakfast, or tacos, etc) you can simply click the category. 



Back to this amazing dish...

This is a very versatile. If you don't eat chicken, you can easily replace it with any protein or simply use the spinach recipe. 

We first ate this with spaghetti squash, but I've also made it with pasta and couscous.

It's delicious in every way and you won't be mad that you tried it.

It has some tanginess from the dijon, creaminess from the cream cheese with tons of savory notes from the Worcestershire, spinach and spices. The feta ties this beauty all together. 

If you don't have Worcestershire at home, you can easily replace it with soy sauce.

Plus, it still has that savory, creamy taste of your usual creamed spinach, without tons of added fat from the usual heavy cream that is added.

It's a lighter version that can be used in many other ways.  

Let's get cooking!