This is from Saving Dinner, which I borrowed from the library after reading so many rave reviews. The recipes in here are fairly simple, mostly use what I consider “real” ingredients, and so far the ones I’ve tried have been quite tasty. There is a lot of recipes for boneless skinless chicken breasts. Perhaps too many. There are no pork recipes. There are a fair number of fish recipes I’m keen to try.
I’m not one to have someone else make up my weeks’ menu for me, but if you want to follow a preset plan complete with shopping list, this book is worth checking out. You’ll get a nice variety of what seems to be pretty good recipes. The book generally covers only the main dishes but gives you ideas for side dishes that go well. I saw a ton of recipes for boneless skinless chicken breasts that would be interesting gathered together. I get frustrated by the book because I can’t turn to one place and see all the recipes in a row, since it’s organized by week and aims to provide a variety throughout the week.
I served this with Green Beans and Garlic and couscous.
It reminded me a bit of Worcestershire Chicken Breasts, with the brown sugar variation.0