Chicken & Avocado Panini

YUMMMM, so excited to share my Chicken & Avocado Panini with you! This is super easy to make because it does't have any specific measurements and you can totally play around with the ingredients and flavors in this recipe! Ingredients: Chicken breasts, cubed Bell pepper, sliced Jalape├▒os, sliced Avocados, sliced Mozzarella, shredded Mozzarella Cheese, whole... Continue Reading →

Panko Crusted Chilli-Lemon Chicken

I know I probably say this a lot, but this is really one of my favorite recipes! The chicken is so crispy on the outside and moist on the inside, it's unbelievable! ­čÖé If you don't already have Panko breadcrumbs in your cupboard, you should really buy some! Absolutely love them! In my previous posts... Continue Reading →

Crazy Chicken Caesar Salad

Caesar salad is one of my all-time favorite salads! Sadly, caesar dressing is another one of those items that are difficult to find in Austria. I looked at a bunch of different recipes online but had a hard time finding one that I thought had the best combination of ingredients, so I just tweaked them... Continue Reading →

Noodle box

So in Graz right now a popular fast food "meal" is a noodle box. You can buy it from a stand on the street or even in a restaurant, and the types vary. However I wanted to try to make it at home and possibly a little healthier. The ingredients you'll need: noodles (in the... Continue Reading →

Quick and Cheesy Chicken Quesadillas

We finally found some shredded CHEDDAR CHEESE at the Austrian grocery store here! It's often the small things you miss when you're so far away from home. We thought what better way to use it than to make deliciously cheesy chicken quesadillas!┬áThis is just a super simple recipe and takes under 30 minutes to make.... Continue Reading →

Kung Pao Chicken

Kung Pao Chicken, a popular Chinese dish, is one of my all time favorites! I recently went grocery shopping at┬áNakwon, one of the few Asian stores here in Vienna, and bought some more yummy Asian sauces and other goodies. This recipe was slightly tweaked but inspired by a recipe post that I found on pbs.org... Continue Reading →

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