Sounds easy enough. Thanks for the recipe!
My fridge and freezer are full of Tupperware meals too...
I came up with this off the cuff and it's become one of my mainstay meals. The main ingredients are:
Chicken thighs (better than breast because the additional fat helps keep them moist during cooking)
Garlic (fresh or dried, but not granulated)
A can of artichoke hearts for every 3-4 thighs.
Brown the thighs in a skillet in the fat of your choosing, then add the artichokes and garlic and sautee for a few minutes.
At this point I add some kind of liquid to create a sauce. So far I've use white wine, red wine and coconut milk all with good success. Just reduce the liquid until it thickens and serve.
I usually make enough than I can freeze a few servings for future meals.
Primal since August 2012. CW: 317.
1/8/13: 303.5 | 2/12/13: 298.5 | 2/26/13 295 | 3/07/2013 291.5
Sounds pretty good, I love artichokes! Thanks.
Frozen artichoke hearts > canned.
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dunno if u tried it yet but ive made that concoction with an artichoke aioli. it was delish.
Artichoke aioli - that sounds yummy. I have artichokes and chicken thighs at home, sounds like dinner to me!
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