Creamy Balsamic Chicken Skillet recipe from The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook is a delicious dinner that the whole family will love.
Creamy Balsamic Chicken Skillet
The thought of cooking dinner can add so much stress to your day. Sometimes it seems like deciding what to cook and having a plan is the hardest part.
Finding something that the whole family is willing to eat adds a whole other dimension to the process. I was thrilled when I received The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook by Mary Younkin in the mail and planning dinner has never been so easy!
Mary writes the very popular Barefeet in the Kitchen recipe blog and her recipes always sound amazing and at the same time, they are very approachable for any level cook. Mary is one of the kindest, supportive and most giving ladies that I know.
Looking through a new cookbook is one of my favorite things. I bookmarked so many of the recipes and had a bit of a hard time deciding which to try first.
I love the way it is set up, grouping recipes according to cooking time: 15- 30 minute meals, 30- 45 minute meals, 5- 10 minute prep (meals that cook on their own). Plus amazing side dishes and stress- free desserts!
I settled on this Creamy Balsamic Chicken Skillet and it was an instant hit. I served it up with mashed potatoes and it’s a new family favorite that I will be making again and again.
It couldn’t have been easier and the sauce is so good that you will be eating it with a spoon.
The Honey Chipotle Meatloaf and the Fiery Orange Shrimp Pasta are next on my list to try and of course the Lemon Curd Mini Cheesecakes are not to be missed!
Anytime I can get dinner on the table in under an hour, I consider that a win. Dinner time is always at an unpredictable time for us and can vary between 4 and 8 pm. Such is life on the ranch.
This Creamy Balsamic Chicken Skillet comes together quickly. At the same time it is perfectly fine to simmer for a bit on the stove until the guys get finished up and ready for dinner.
I know you are going to love The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook as much as I do. Pick one up from Amazon or any national book retailer for yourself and an extra or two for the holidays. Cookbooks always make a great gift!
More Chicken Dinners to Love:
Chicken with Mustard from RecipeGirl
Spicy Peanut Chicken Skewers from Foxes Love Lemons
Grilled Hawaiian Chicken Chili Kebabs from A Farmgirl’s Dabbles
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