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Chaos Recipe #1

My life is always in a jumble, and some days seem to “peak”. On these days, I use my Chaos Recipes to make sure we are at least well nourished ;). I don’t do chemical foods, and I don’t have a microwave…so they are fast and hands on. If you have a Chaos Recipe to share, PLEASE DO!

Coconut Curry Chicken

Enough Chicken breast to feed your family 🙂
1/2 of large onion (can be left out)
1 can of coconut milk (this is enough for 1-1.5lbs of chicken. Do 2 if you have more chicken or like it saucy)
1 can of chunky pineapple
Curry

Rice for the side

Cook Rice.
In a large iron skillet, heat 2 tbls of olive oil. Add your onions and glaze slightly, then add cubed chicken breast. Saute’ until the chicken is done, adding curry in the last minutes of cooking (we LOVE curry, so we add alot. Measure out what you like). When chicken is done, add coconut milk and heat. Let simmer a few minutes. Drain pineapple and add. Once the pineapple is hot, it is ready to serve!

Serve over rice and with a green salad (or spinach) with a simple viniagrette.

Takes about 20 minutes.
YUM!

Chaos Recipe #1

My life is always in a jumble, and some days seem to “peak”. On these days, I use my Chaos Recipes to make sure we are at least well nourished ;). I don’t do chemical foods, and I don’t have a microwave…so they are fast and hands on. If you have a Chaos Recipe to share, PLEASE DO!

Coconut Curry Chicken

Enough Chicken breast to feed your family 🙂
1/2 of large onion (can be left out)
1 can of coconut milk (this is enough for 1-1.5lbs of chicken. Do 2 if you have more chicken or like it saucy)
1 can of chunky pineapple
Curry

Rice for the side

Cook Rice.
In a large iron skillet, heat 2 tbls of olive oil. Add your onions and glaze slightly, then add cubed chicken breast. Saute’ until the chicken is done, adding curry in the last minutes of cooking (we LOVE curry, so we add alot. Measure out what you like). When chicken is done, add coconut milk and heat. Let simmer a few minutes. Drain pineapple and add. Once the pineapple is hot, it is ready to serve!

Serve over rice and with a green salad (or spinach) with a simple viniagrette.

Takes about 20 minutes.
YUM!

Already 2008??

As you may know, we spoiled Californians got whalloped by a huge storm. Trees and rain everywhere, as well as half of my roof shingles :(. It was pretty bad, and we have had electricity on an off. Better than some of my friends, who have had NO electricity for 4 days!

Anyways, I have been busy. I have sacrificed my office so my kids can each have their own room. My house is now more jumbled and chaotic than ever. I will post pictures as soon as I find the the camera cable :)…

Happy, healthy, prosperous 2008 to you!

Already 2008??

As you may know, we spoiled Californians got whalloped by a huge storm. Trees and rain everywhere, as well as half of my roof shingles :(. It was pretty bad, and we have had electricity on an off. Better than some of my friends, who have had NO electricity for 4 days!

Anyways, I have been busy. I have sacrificed my office so my kids can each have their own room. My house is now more jumbled and chaotic than ever. I will post pictures as soon as I find the the camera cable :)…

Happy, healthy, prosperous 2008 to you!