let me never be put to confusion."
~As I seek the Lord for wisdom on what to feed my family, and as we discover some allergies that have been hindering our health our recipes have become an adventure of sorts for me. I have had to put my trust in the Lord and know he will give me wisdom. So today begins the first "food blog" post. As I "try" many recipes or adjust the ones my family has come to share and love I would like to share them with you and hope you will enjoy them also!
"Simple Italian Chicken"
You wil need:
~Boneless, skinless chicken breasts (1 per person)
(I use a bag of frozen ones I buy at our local Aldi store)
~1 whole tomato sliced
~a good melting cheese (we found a wonderful white Farmers
cheese at our local Amish market...it tastes almost like
mozzeralla but with a more buttery taste)
~1 TB of Basil
~I find pouring out some basil onto a (pretty)
little dish makes it easier to pinch
for about 20 minutes then I pull it out and place the toppings on
~Lay a slice of tomato on top each chicken breast
(or you can leave one off for that little 5 year old who thinks
tomoatoes are too mushy)
a little basil on top
~Place back in oven and cook for another 20-30 minutes untill juice
~Now its time for its close up!
(when we mashed our potatoes we replace the milk with Almond milk
since we have noticed some diary allergies. NO ONE seemed to notice a difference!)
and the basil gave it a wonderful earthy taste!
One of the highlights of dinner for me, while we sit around the table eating,
is to listen to my husband read from God's Word.
Food for Thought:
The best dessert any wife can ask for is a good dose of God's word
read from the man she loves and adores!
From my kitchen to yours,