If you want to know what you’re missing out on in the kitchen, then try out these easy recipes for cooking meals for your entire family, friends, or just yourself.
You can start off with the basics and move onto the more sophisticated recipes you’ll need to have a complete meal ready to go.
Start with the Basics of Chicken and Beans to learn how to prepare a bowl of soup for two, or cook a chicken sandwich for three.
You’ll then be ready to move on to the more complex recipes you might want to add to your daily routine, such as a pot of rice and beans.
There are plenty of other simple meals that are also good for a family of four or more that can be made with just a couple of ingredients.
You could also try to make the classic chicken salad with some shredded chicken, green beans, and lettuce, which will make a great side dish for a dinner party.
The chicken can be seasoned with herbs, like rosemary and oregano, or a spice blend like paprika, cayenne, or cumin.
A few simple ingredients like flour, milk, and olive oil are all you need to get you started.
As you progress, you can even make your own chicken broth, which is an inexpensive, convenient way to add some flavor and texture to your meal.
Once you’ve mastered the basics, try experimenting with more complex ingredients, like vegetables or meat.
It’s a great way to get a feel for the basics before heading into the complex world of recipes.
Chicken, Bean, and Onion Soup (Chicken, Bean and Onion) Chicken and Bean Soup (Photo credit: Emily Rau) Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil (or coconut oil)