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April 20, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 197

Sometimes, the thought of coming up with another fantastic meal seems overwhelming and exhausting. Searching the internet prior to mealtime just takes too long, and what if all of that research ends up in a failed concoction? That sounds too familiar, especially as I endeavor to make gluten-free recipes for my family. Why not save some time and effort and attempt tested and family consumed gluten-free chicken recipes such as Chicken Penne Pasta, Chicken Nuggets, or Lemon Herb Chicken?

The gluten-free Chicken Penne Pasta has been a great hit for my children ever since I devised this creation. In fact, it was their favorite food for an entire year. Every time that I became exhausted with the meal time deliberation, my kids would unanimously vote for this dinner. Fortunately, it is extremely simple to prepare and can be made in a last minute pinch, when time is of the essence. It is definitely a meal that I turn too when I am too worn-out to brew up a feast. It is filling, yet quick. The ingredients that are included in this dish are noodles, 2 chicken breasts or 2 cups shredded chicken, 1 quart of jarred tomatoes, water, basil, oregano, thyme, sea salt, black pepper, and cornstarch. After twenty to thirty minutes have transpired, dinner is served!

Oh, who doesn't love Chicken Nuggets? That would be a unanimous yes from most children and yes from adults as well. They can easily be turned into a gluten-free recipe with little effort. If children are not in the home, invite the grandkids or the nieces and nephews over. They will love these nuggets and will keep begging for more. Sometimes, I yearn to harbor these bad boys to myself and indulge in their luscious flavor in peace. Alas, I have the privilege of sharing them with my children and at least I get my portion as I scatter them away from my plate (I am concerned how many my children will actually consume once they are teenagers). The ingredients for this delicious main course are cut chicken, 2 eggs, four to five toasted gluten-free bread crumbs, olive oil, paprika and pepper. Bake them into a preheated 350 degree oven, and a few minutes later the mad dash for the nuggets is on.

Looking for a savory all natural broth flavor to include with the gluten-free chicken recipe repertoire? The search is over once Lemon Herb Chicken is arranged on the dinner plate. After each bite of the blend of spices and enticing flavor, those at the table will be tempted to have seconds. It simply does not need any enhancements to persuade it to be consumed. It stands well on its own, but adding a green salad or potatoes does not distract from this great tasting dinner. The ingredients are minimal and include 2 chicken breasts, 2 cups of homemade broth or an all natural broth, 4 tsp lemon juice, basil, rosemary, a dash of pepper, cornstarch, and filtered tap water. This is absolutely a simple, yet mouth-watering food that will leave all those in attendance pleasantly surprised.

Now, with a collection of great tasting gluten-free chicken recipes, the frustration of cooking will be erased. The irritation of what to cook after an exhausting day will be a thing of the past. It will become exciting to create mouth-watering food that the entire family will enjoy and rave about for the rest of the evening. Maybe they will love the new concoctions so much that they will wash the dishes afterwards! (Wishful thinking)

Follow this link to review the complete Gluten-Free Chicken Recipes.

Jennifer Rigby invites you to visit Natural Cooking Recipes. While there, check out all of the natural, gluten-free, or dairy-free recipes that fit your lifestyle.

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