We’ve teamed up with 10 food bloggers to give you 11 new poultry recipes to add to your weekly mix. Check out the recipes from our talented colleagues and let us know which ones you plan to try out in the comments below!
| 11 Recipes for National Poultry Day |
This Thai peanut chicken comes with a high likelihood that you may be caught licking your plate before you put it in the dishwasher. An extra bonus: this comes with a paleo version. Dieters rejoice!
This roast chicken dish is named for Nathiagali, a mountain resort town in northern Pakistan. This recipe boasts healthy spices such as chillies and turmeric.
Kosher readers rejoice! There’s no denying that gyoza (Japanese for “dumpling”) are popular, but they’re usually made with pork. Carla gives us a chicken alternative that is sure to satisfy my constant craving for dumplings.
Ovenstruck’s 21 Day Fix Friendly Balsamic Orange Chicken with Basil just…there’s no words for it. You really can’t go wrong with anything featuring balsamic.
The Accidental Mrs. brings us an easy weekday recipe. This is certainly not kosher, but sub the bacon out and you could easily modify it to be.
This salad looks perfect for summer days. Karyl’s roots in the West Indies show in the inclusion of chickpeas, a filling and flavorful addition to salad.
The blogger who contributed the post on spinach pesto last week is behind this beautiful take on lasagna soup. This looks comforting for a rainy spring day.
Perfectly seasoned, moist flesh, crispy crackly skin…come on, is there anything better than a roasted chicken? I think not. And this version is guaranteed to ace all the requirements.
Laurence, the blogger behind the fah-ncy grilled cheese we recently posted, brings to the table this Florentine Stuffed Chicken. With prosciutto and cheese, we can’t enjoy it and still be kosher, but we’ll enjoy it vicariously through our non-kosher readers.
I have a weird confession to make. I like turkey burgers better than beef burgers. I know, I know. But you can be so adventurous with the flavors. I like to make a Thai version and the blogger behind The Good, The Bad, and The Poopy (a realistic name for any mother out there) keeps it simple and delicious.
Slow Cooker Roasted Cornish Game Hen by Almost Kosher (hey, that’s us!)
We recently posted our answer to this round-up with a Slow Cooker Roasted Cornish Game Hen that we love for simplicity and convenience. Plus, it’s essentially a mini-chicken. And, Come on, who doesn’t love a mini-chicken?
What’s your favorite recipe for National Poultry Day? Any duck recipes out there? Share it in the comments.